Toronto Maple Leafs: 2018 NHL Draft Player Rankings

BUFFALO, NY - JANUARY 4: Rasmus Dahlin
BUFFALO, NY - JANUARY 4: Rasmus Dahlin /
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No real glaring weakness

Average Ranking: 24.66

"“Nothing about his game jumps out at you, but then again there are few if any glaring weaknesses. He does lean slightly towards the power forward end of the spectrum with his puck protection abilities and strength.” (Sam Cosentino, Sportsnet)"

Olofsson was another player that did not make the Swedish World Junior squad. He was part of the last round of cuts from camp.

It’s not all bad for Olofsson, though, as he plays on one of the best young lines in Europe on Timra IK alongside Canucks top prospect Jonathan Dahlén.

The centre has 18 points, including eight goals, in 32 games.

Average Ranking: 25

"“Hayton can play and contribute in all situations. He reminds me of Boston Bruins star Patrice Bergeron in the sense of being complete, strong and able to produce whatever play is necessary to win. Like Bergeron, there’s not a lot of flash to his game, but winning teams will always value players with Hayton’s skills.” (Craig Button, TSN)"

Playing on a Greyhounds team that has its fair share of talent, Hayton is holding his own. With 42 points in 44 games, he sits fourth in team scoring behind Morgan Frost, Boris Katchouk and Tim Gettinger.

This is only his second season in the OHL, so the production is impressive. He’s already blown away last year’s point total of 27.