Toronto Maple Leafs: 2010 NHL Draft Analysis

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Toronto Maple Leafs: 2010 NHL Draft Analysis

On June 26 (nothing got done on the 25th), Toronto Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke attempted to salvage a draft many considered lost, due to the lack of first (Tyler Seguin) and second round (Jared Knight) picks.

But at the trade deadline, Burke raked in fifth and seventh round picks to try and salvage the event.

Burke traded his fifth round pick (Chris Wagner- 122 overall) to the Anaheim Ducks for Mike Brown. He is 5'11 201 lbs. and looks to join Colton Orr on the fourth line.

Burke also made a move into the second round, sending Jimmy Hayes (tear) to the Chicago Blackhawks while receiving the 43rd pick in return.

He acquired the 79th overall pick from the Kings, giving up a third-rounder in 2012.

Burke sent the 112th overall pick in the draft (Philipp Grubauer) to the Washington Capitals, in exchange for the 116th and 146th overall picks.

So without further adieu, meet the Maple Leafs 2010 Draft Class.

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