The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed undrafted forward Trevor Moore of the University of Denver to a three-year entry-level contract.

Moore, a 21-year-old 5’10, 174-pound left winger coming off his junior season at the University of Denver, has posted 88 points in his last 79 games in the NCAA.

Moore recently impressed as an invitee at the Leafs’ development camp in July, notching three points in the Saturday scrimmage.

The California native won the in-conference scoring title with 30 points in 23 games in 2014-15 after leading the Pioneers in scoring (32 points in 42GP) as a rookie in 2013-14. His 22-goal 2014-15 season earned him Forward of the Year honours in the NCAA (NCHC). More recently, his 33 assists in 40 games in finished tied for sixth in the nation in 2015-16.

Moore will join the Toronto Marlies this Fall.

Career Summary

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2015-16: Finished T-24th in the nation in points (T-6th in assists) with 11G-33A-44P (40GP)… Earned honorable mention all-conference honors from NCHC… Recorded 100th career NCAA point on Jan. 30 at Miami… Matched career high with four points (1G-3A) on Feb. 12 vs. UND.

2014-15: Named NCHC Forward of the Year after winning the in-conference scoring title with 13G-17A-30P (23GP)… Also named to All-NCHC Team and captured Second Team All-American (West) honors… Led Pios/NCHC with 22 total goals… Finished sophomore campaign with 22G-22-44P in 39GP… Named NCHC Offensive Player of the Week and NCAA No. 2 Star of the Week for Feb. 23-Mar. 2 (2GP-2G-4A-6P)… Named to All-Tournament Team at Ledyard Classic (2GP-3G-1A-4P)… Recorded four multi-goal games and 12 multi-point games… Named to All-California Team by California Rubber Magazine… Shared Dallas Guame Award as Denver’s Offensive Player of the Year with Danton Heinen.

2013-14: Named to NCHC All-Rookie Team after recording a team-high 32 points (14G-18A) in 42 appearances as a freshman… Only first-year player to skate in all 42 games for Denver… Named NCHC Rookie of the Week on Nov. 24 and again on Jan. 4… Scored his first two collegiate goals on Nov. 15 against Western Michigan…. Finished tied for 21st in the NCHC in scoring… Led the Pios in +/- with a rating of +14… Also led the team in game-winning goals with five… Had two four-game point streaks and two three-game point streaks… Finished on the team in shots on goal with 98.

Trevor Moore Scouting Report

Courtesy of SBN College Hockey:

Moore possesses tremendous hockey sense and puck skills making him an incredible offensive force. He sees the ice well and understands how to get to the right spot on the ice at the right time to create offense. He’s very comfortable with the puck on his stick and likely projects as more of a set-up man, but is capable of finishing off plays as well.

The big area of concern for Moore is his size. Being well under six feet tall in itself isn’t necessarily a problem, but Moore’s style of play isn’t necessarily what you see out of smaller players that make it in the NHL. His skating is good enough to be average, but likely won’t be a big asset to him. He doesn’t play a heavy, physical game for his size either.

Trevor Moore Statistics

2010-11 Los Angeles Selects HC U16 T1EHL U163519224147
2011-12 Tri-City Storm USHL491220326-3
2012-13 Tri-City Storm USHL6220436326-20
2013-14 Univ. of Denver NCAA421418321415
2014-15 Univ. of Denver NCAA39222244719
2015-16 Univ. of Denver NCAA40113344816

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