The last few years have seen an NHL renaissance, and while there’s still plenty to be excited about, the game has seen an influx of players in the past couple of years, including the emergence of two new names: defenseman Jyrki Jokipakka and forward Matt Duchene.

While the league is still reeling from a massive lockout in 2016, and the lockout in general has made the NHL an increasingly competitive business, the last few seasons have seen some of the league’s best players come back.

In 2016, Connor McDavid was named to the All-Star team, and now that the Edmonton Oilers have drafted him, McDavid has also been back in the NHL, as he is now a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs.

This is no longer a team that is known for being a great team, as it is now the defending Stanley Cup champion.

The Leafs, along with the Anaheim Ducks, have all had their share of players come and go during the years, but they have always been an elite team that has had the ability to win.

So when the Toronto Marlies came knocking, McAdam had already made the jump.

With his 6’3, 210-pound frame, McAdams was a player that many people had talked about coming into the draft.

With a big, strong frame and quick hands, McAles was a skilled player who could play the power play, or even on the penalty kill.

But despite his size, he was not always a physical player, and he did not have a great first step.

McAdam’s transition from junior to pro was a slow one, but he quickly got into the NHL.

The Toronto Marlie was able to draft McAdams in the first round of the 2017 NHL Entry Draft, and they signed him to an entry-level contract in early 2018.

The Toronto Marly have a lot of young players on their roster, including McAes son, Cody, who has a big opportunity to play at the next level.

He has a tremendous upside, and is currently ranked 15th in the league in scoring with 13 points in 16 games this season.

McAys brother, Connor, has also played in the AHL, and his rookie season with the Erie Otters was a breakout year.

He is currently third in the Calder Cup standings with 25 points in 34 games.

McAdams has been a leader on the Marlies blue line, and it’s easy to see why people are excited about his potential.

In McAries first season with Erie, McDevitt scored 27 goals and added 44 assists.

McDevit also put up the most points on the team, which is pretty impressive considering he has been playing for three different teams since the 2016 season.

Connor McAdam is also on a line with two rookies in his sights to make the Leafs.

McEvita and McDevill are both extremely skilled forwards, and both are capable of scoring, while McEvitt has been able to contribute on both ends of the ice.

McAvita is still a little raw as he still has a long way to go in terms of being a pro, but McEvill is a very good scorer who can play a bit of both ends.

With the Leafs having a very young roster, and McAts presence on the roster, it will be interesting to see how they adapt McAdam to the NHL next season.

With McAks scoring ability and scoring ability, McAvits ability to make plays off the rush is going to be a big part of his game.

In fact, the Leafs have been using McAkes power play prowess to help the team win games in the last couple of seasons, and will continue to do so going forward.

The Marlies are not without other prospects to watch, but one of those prospects is the Marlie prospect, Tyler Parsons.

Parsons was drafted by the Edmonton Oil Kings in the sixth round, 130th overall, in the 2017 draft.

He had a breakout season in Edmonton, scoring 22 goals and 55 points in 55 games for the Oil Kings, and also being named the OHL Rookie of the Year.

Parsons played his junior hockey in the Western Hockey League (WHL), where he scored 42 goals and 107 points in 77 games, and was an assistant captain for the Windsor Spitfires of the Ontario Hockey League.

Parsons has a lot to learn in the WHL, but is already learning a lot in the CHL, where he was a member a Calder Cup championship team.

With a lot more talent in the pipeline, and Parsons looking to get bigger and stronger in the coming years, the Marly could be the team to beat for years to come.