Trevor Moore

by Brian Harling on December 9, 2017

Trevor Moore, C

Shoots: L

Height: 5-10

Weight: 174

Born: 1995-03-31

Hometown:  Thousand Oaks, CA

Drafted: Undrafted – Signed as Free Agent

 

 

 

 

 

 

Observations:

December 2017 - A college player is now in his second season with the Marlies. Moore is a small sized winger at 5-10 and 175 pounds. He had a solid four year college career but has struggled as a pro. To advance to the NHL as a small player he will need to demonstrate a solid skilled scoring potential. In his two seasons with the Marlies Moore has played 77 games with the Marlies with 15 goals and 22 assists for 37 points. It is hard to get too excited about those numbers but his play this year has improved. He played four full years of college hockey where he was close to a point a game player. He is still just 22 so he has time to develop his game in the AHL. However he has quite a few wingers ahead of him on the depth chart so making the Leafs will be a stretch for Trevor Moore. Brian Harling

September 2016 – The diminutive center, has been grabbing attention in the late summer, after being invited to participate in the Leaf ‘Rookie Camp’ as a free agent walk on that was ready to return for a senior season in the NCAA. He has showed very good chemistry with Adam Books, Mitch Marner in the above mentioned camp and now Dmytro Timashov in his first game of the London Rookie Tournament, whom he connected with on the team’s first goal. Moore has a longer road ahead of him, armed with a three-year entry-level contract, he must work his way through the lower tiers of pro to earn opportunity and overcome his size disadvantage. The California natives’ biggest asset is his understanding of how to position himself to create offence both with and without the puck. He seems to have a unique ability to create separation from defenders giving him time space to make solid possession choices. He is not the most physical players and not the fleetest of foot, but he is working on adding mass to his frame so that he can handle the stronger talents he will engage in pro. To maximize his talents, he will need to be given offensive roles and that could prove to be difficult with the amount of forward talent the organization currently contains. Jason Banks

 

Fantasy Outlook: C+

 

Moore has the offensive instincts and skills to be a successful producer, but must work his way through the system to become a viable option.

 

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