"Tyler has so much natural ability and hockey sense, but really no road map on how to be a professional hockey player from a conditioning standpoint. The map was laid out for him from our training and conditioning coach to the development team and he really bought in." -- Mike Futa
That prospect pipeline continues to bubble new prospects to the top, with the latest being Linden Vey and Tyler Toffoli.
Vey, a 6-foot, 181-pound right wing, was taken in the fourth round of the 2009 Entry Draft. Last season with the Medicine Hat Tigers, he led the Western Hockey League in scoring with 116 points.
Toffoli, a 6-1, 183-pound center, was drafted in the second round in 2010. Playing with the Ottawa 67s, he led the Ontario Hockey League with 57 goals and tied for the OHL scoring lead with 106 points.