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Undersized but tenacious forward with high-end goal scoring ability. Could grow into a top-six scoring winger as he continues to adjust to the pro pace.


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May 2022 – A broken leg suffered in just the Marlies’ second game of the season derailed what was to be an important season for Robertson but he did his best to make up for lost time upon his return, finishing the AHL campaign with 16 goals and 12 assists in 28 games – good enough for the fourth best points per game mark among U21 AHL players who played at least 10 games. Robertson also earned a midseason look with the big club and despite playing mostly limited minutes, picked up his first career regular season goal in the NHL. Though he missed a significant portion of the season, he was still able to take a notable step forward in 2021-22 and should push for a regular lineup spot with the Leafs next fall. The Leafs will be looking to add secondary scoring lower in their lineup and Robertson could have the inside track on a roster spot, depending on what offseason moves the club makes up front. Nick Richard

October 2021 – After enduring an injury-riddled first professional season in 2020-21, Robertson’s string of bad luck continued into this season. After registering a pair of assists in the Marlies’ opening game of the campaign, he went down awkwardly in their second contest and suffered a fractured fibula. He is expected to miss at least eight weeks and will be playing catch-up with