Darryl Dyck

Fantasy Summary

A boom-or-bust defenceman lacking consistency


Observations

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June 2019 – The Maple Leafs have not tendered Subban a qualifying offer, making him a free agent. The defenseman can still bring offensive value to an AHL squad, but with a plethora of promising puck-moving blueliners battling for Marlies roster spots in the fall, there was no foreseeable room for Subban. Hayden Soboleski

February 2019 – Subban has brought more of the same to the Marlies after being acquired in the off-season. He has the raw talent, as demonstrated by his roughly 0.4-points-per-game rate (with minimal PP contributions), but he can be found scratched in the press box semi-regularly and has the occasional terrible game. Unlikely to be any more than an injury call-up in the NHL, but will bring multi-cat value if he does see a game or two. Hayden Soboleski

 

July 2018 – The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed Jordan Subban to a one-year, two-way contract.  Jokke Nevalainen

June 2018 –  The youngest Subban brother was traded from the Vancouver Canucks to the Los Angeles Kings in December but he continued struggling with the Kings’ AHL affiliate, so the Kings decided not to tender a qualifying offer to him when his rights were set to expire. Subban is now an unrestricted free agent.  Jokke Nevalainen

December 2017 – The stocky blueliner has struggled to match his previous offensive rates early on this season. Known for his ability to get pucks on net and finish with regularity – averaging 14 goals in 66 games in his two AHL campaigns, he has yet to find the back of the net through 16 contests in 2017-18. Already tasked with overcoming a 5&#