Trevor Moore

Los Angeles Kings
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Fantasy Summary

All-around useful player with good scoring and defensive instincts

Fantasy Upside 5.5
NHL Certainty 9.5
Country USA
Position LW
Roster Type NHL
Shoot/Glove Left
Date of Birth March 31, 1995
Height 5‘10”
Weight 174 lbs
Drafted No


February 2020 – Moore has been traded to the Kings. He’s once again been a serviceable 4th-liner for the Leafs, however a shoulder injury and a concussion have held him out of the lineup at various points this year and the success of other rookies made him expendable. He will continue to put up good SOG and hit numbers on his new squad, and seems likely to see more 3rd-line level ice time than his usual 4th-line time so a small bump in point production is certainly possible. Don’t forget that he put up 23 goals in 46 AHL contests just two seasons ago. Hayden Soboleski


October 2019 – As anticipated at the end of last season, Moore has secured a spot on the Leafs for 2019-20. He will start the campaign on the 3rd-line, but his versatility could get him further up the lineup in a similar fashion as Zach Hyman. He could bring you relevant points, shots, and hits stats right away in your fantasy leagues with upside in the right situation. Hayden Soboleski


June 2019 – Moore all but locked up a bottom-six winger spot on the Maple Leafs for 2019-20. His play at the end of the season was strong, but he truly excelled in the playoffs and was noticeable for his speed, heavy forechecking, and physicality against the feisty Bruins. No one who watches him play is worried abut his height. He was heads above the competition and his teammates when he returned to the AHL for a handful of playoff games. With an old-school coach behind the bench, the sky is the limit for the versatile winger. Hayden Soboleski


March 2019 – Since his call-up in January, Moore has impressed the coaching staff and suited up for 21 games and counting. 7 points in that span is decent production for a 4th-liner, but his heavy play and coach Babcock’s affection could make him next year’s Zach Hyman, giving him an opportunity to score more in the top-nine. Hayden Soboleski 


January 2019 – Moore has been named to the AHL All-Star team, although he might be too busy to attend. He is up to 3 points in 5 NHL games played so far, and has played well enough to make many pundits believe he might stay in the lineup even once the injured wingers return to full health. Time will tell for the remainder of this season, but he has surely earned himself a real chance to be a full time NHLer in 2019-20. Hayden Soboleski


December 2018 – Moore didn’t see NHL time during his first call-up, but he will tonight as he subs in for injured Tyler Ennis. Both Ennis’ and Hyman’s injuries are fairly serious, meaning that there’s a chance Moore sees a bunch of games over the next 2 weeks. The Leafs have one of the more productive 4th lines in the league, so he’s worth a short-term pickup if you’re in need of goals (he’s been a machine for the Marlies – 17 goals in 27 games). Hayden Soboleski


November 2018 – Moore is the first Marlie to be called up to the Leafs this year. His 12 points in 10 games so far (including 8 goals) isn’t exactly sustainable (based both on shooting percentages and the fact that he only scored 12 goals total in 2017-18), but he plays a complete game and is a leader on the squad so is very deserving of this shot. Expect minimal (but-high energy) 4th-line minutes if he does draw into the lineup. He played C in the past, but is trending more towards being a multi-purpose winger. Hayden Soboleski


June 2018 – Moore has helped the Marlies to the Calder Cup with a massive post-season, totaling 17 points in 20 games. This far out-paced his regular-season production – if he can turn this clutch play into a strong training camp he could earn more minutes next year when they try to repeat. Hayden Soboleski


December 2017 – A college player is now in his second season with the Marlies. Moore is a small sized winger at 5-10 and 175 pounds. He had a solid four year college career but has struggled as a pro. To advance to the NHL as a small player he will need to demonstrate a solid skilled scoring potential. In his two seasons with the Marlies Moore has played 77 games with the Marlies with 15 goals and 22 assists for 37 points. It is hard to get too excited about those numbers but his play this year has improved. He played four full years of college hockey where he was close to a point a game player. He is still just 22 so he has time to develop his game in the AHL. However he has quite a few wingers ahead of him on the depth chart so making the Leafs will be a stretch for Trevor Moore. Brian Harling

September 2016 – The diminutive center, has been grabbing attention in the late summer, after being invited to participate in the Leaf ‘Rookie Camp’ as a free agent walk on that was ready to return for a senior season in the NCAA. He has showed very good chemistry with Adam Books, Mitch Marner in the above mentioned camp and now Dmytro Timashov in his first game of the London Rookie Tournament, whom he connected with on the team’s first goal. Moore has a longer road ahead of him, armed with a three-year entry-level contract, he must work his way through the lower tiers of pro to earn opportunity and overcome his size disadvantage. The California natives’ biggest asset is his understanding of how to position himself to create offence both with and without the puck. He seems to have a unique ability to create separation from defenders giving him time space to make solid possession choices. He is not the most physical players and not the fleetest of foot, but he is working on adding mass to his frame so that he can handle the stronger talents he will engage in pro. To maximize his talents, he will need to be given offensive roles and that could prove to be difficult with the amount of forward talent the organization currently contains. Jason Banks


 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2010-2011 Los Angeles Selects HC U16 T1EHL U16 35 19 22 41 47 |          
 2011-2012 Tri-City Storm USHL 49 12 20 32 6 | Playoffs 2 0 2 2
 2012-2013 Tri-City Storm USHL 62 20 43 63 26 |          
  USA U18 Hlinka Gretzky Cup 4 1 0 1 29 |          
 2013-2014 Univ. of Denver NCAA 42 14 18 32 14 |          
 2014-2015 Univ. of Denver NCAA 39 22 22 44 7 |          
 2015-2016 Univ. of Denver NCAA 40 11 33 44 8 |          
 2016-2017 Toronto Marlies AHL 57 13 20 33 18 | Playoffs 11 2 2 4
 2017-2018 Toronto Marlies AHL 68 12 21 33 22 | Playoffs 20 6 11 17
 2018-2019 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 25 2 6 8 2 | Playoffs 7 1 0 1
  Toronto Marlies AHL 46 23 16 39 22 | Playoffs 10 5 3 8
 2019-2020 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 27 3 2 5 4 |          
  Toronto Marlies AHL 2 1 1 2 2 |          
  Los Angeles Kings NHL 8 2 0 2 0 |