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Trevor Moore Leaves University Of Denver For Leafs
- Updated: July 26, 2016
The Toronto Maple Leafs just scored Trevor Moore according to the clubs announcement today. The junior from the University of Denver has signed a three-year, entry-level deal with the Leafs organization.
The 5’9, 175-pound forward was never drafted but shined during the Leafs prospects camp earlier this month.
Moore, 21, has skated in 40 games with the University of Denver in the 2015-16 season, notching a total of 44 points that included 11 goals and 33 assists. He also totaled eight penalty minutes. The newly inked Leaf finished tied for sixth in the University’s conference scoring totals with 35 points that included nine goals and 26 assists in 31 games.
In 121 career games at Denver, the Thousand Oaks, California native registered 47 goals and 73 assists. 120 points. He was also named to the NCHC First All-Star Team and was the conference’s forward of the year during the 2014-15 season. In 2013-14, Moore was named to the NCHC All-Rookie Team.
Here’s a look at a media interview Moore participated in after a scrimmage at prospects camp.