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Leafs Prospect Update: 7.15.2015

by Chris Lund / Toronto Maple Leafs


Let's take a look around the hockey world and see how Leafs prospects are faring in their playoff campaigns...

Frederik Gauthier - Rimouski Océanic: Gauthier has recorded points in every Océanic playoff game, with a goal and nine assists in seven games played. Rimouski leads their series with the Gatineau Olympique by a 2-1 margin with game 4 set to be played on Wednesday night. He sits second on his team in playoff scoring. Gauthier was awarded the QMJHL's Guy Carbonneau Trophy as the League's best defensive forward prior to the playoffs.

Carter Verhaeghe - Niagara IceDogs: Verhaeghe is second among Niagara skaters in playoff scoring with four goals and 12 points in nine playoff games and is coming off of a three point performance against Oshawa. The IceDogs trail their series by a 2-1 margin and will return to action on April 16.

Dakota Joshua - Sioux Falls Stampede: Joshua was a plus-1 but was otherwise held off the scoresheet in the Stampede's first playoff game, which was a 5-1 win over the Sioux City Musketeers. Joshua recorded 44 points in 52 games for the Stampede this season. Game two will be played on April 16.

Toronto Marlies: The Toronto Marlies earned a big two points on Tuesday night with a 5-2 win over the Iowa Wild. Greg McKegg potted a pair of goals, while Byron Froese, Brendan Mikkelson and Matt Frattin added the other tallies for Toronto. A win on Friday night in Milwaukee over the Admirals will clinch a Marlies playoff spot.

Orlando Solar Bears: The Solar Bears clinched a playoff spot with a 37-25-10 record and will face the Florida Everblades in round one of the ECHL playoffs. Orlando will begin their series on the road for game one which is set for April 17.

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