Toronto Maple Leafs Prospect Jimmy Hayes- Developing The Young Guys

December 8th, 2009 by Louis Pisano Leave a reply »

By Louis “King of Roncesvalles” Pisano

Jimmy Hayes is a 6’5” 210 pound power forward who was drafted late in the second round and 60th overall in the 2008 NHL entry draft.

He is yet another player in the Leafs organization coming out of the US college hockey program, hailing from Boston, MA, currently playing for the Boston College Eagles.

He sits sixth on Toronto’s top prospect depth chart, just under Victor Stalberg and Tyler Bozak, two players that Leafs Nation expects to see suit up for the Blue and White at the ACC in the near future.  Another player could likely be Mr. Hayes.

Toronto seems to lack a big body that can park in front of the net and bang in rebounds, screen the goalies, and be a presence in that tough area.

Hayes could be the answer in the future.

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