Prospect Tracker – Volume 1


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    I will be posting these informational prospect updates every month. This one is a little shorter than you can expect, as the NCAA season is barely underway and the Maple Leafs have an array of collegiate prospects that I will be tracking throughout the ’08/’09 season.

    Mikhail Stefanovich’s Quebec Remparts have started the year off ablaze, standing 10-1 through 11 games played. Quebec is currently on a nine game winning streak, during which they’ve outscored their opponents 28-12. Stefanovich did not appear in the first four games of the QMJHL season as he was still attending Leafs training camp, but since returning to junior he’s recorded 6 points (2 goals, 4 assists) in 7 games and the Remparts have yet to lose with him in the line-up. The centerman notched an assist in his ’08/’09 debut in a 4-3 shootout win over Drummondville on September 26, before scoring his first ’08/’09 goal at home to Cicoutimi in a 4-2 win on October 4th. Stefanovich then recorded consecutive two point nights against Rouyn Noranda and Val-d’Or. After posting 66 points in 62 games last season, the 4th round pick in 2008 is currently on pace for a 56 point season based on early projections. Patrick Roy’s Remparts are hoping to set a QMJHL record for consecutive wins away from home and must win their next three away games to surpass the former record of eight consecutive away wins held by the 1977-’78 Cornwall Royals… read more.

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    Alec Brownscombe is the founder and editor of, where he has written daily about the Leafs since September of 2008. He's published five magazines on the team entitled "The Maple Leafs Annual" with distribution in Chapters and newsstands across the country. He also co-hosts "The Battle of the Atlantic," a weekly show on TSN1200 that covers the Leafs and the NHL in-depth. Alec is a graduate of Trent University and Algonquin College with his diploma in Journalism. In 2014, he was awarded Canada's Best Hockey Blogger honours by Molson Canadian. You can contact him at