FC Rank 152
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Lleyton
Moore

A solid two-way defenseman, he is a high-end skater that is above average in most areas, including his edge work and speed.  He patrols the blue line with confidence and exhibits great lateral speed, quick feet and powerful strides with solid crossovers. This helps make the undersized rearguard a dangerous transition player. Moving the puck…

Date of Birth
February 27, 2002
Position
Defense
Height
5'7.5
Draft Year
2020
Place of Birth
Saskatoon, SK  
Shoots
Left
Weight
168 lbs
Draft Result
UNDRAFTED
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Sep 7/21 Moore Lleyton 22436 – Hamilton vs. Oshawa OHL by Mat Sheridan View Report
Oct 6/20 Moore Lleyton D3274 – 2020 NHL Draft Guide by FCHockey Staff View Summary
Jul 14/20 Moore Lleyton 20724 – Oshawa vs. Niagara OHL by FCHockey Staff View Report
Jul 14/20 Moore Lleyton 20723 – Erie vs. Oshawa OHL by Dylan Galloway View Report
Jul 14/20 Moore Lleyton 20722 – Saginaw vs. Oshawa OHL by Dylan Galloway View Report
Jul 14/20 Moore Lleyton 20721 – London vs. Oshawa OHL by FCHockey Staff View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2019-2020 Oshawa Generals ohl 57 6 22 28 0.49 3 10
2018-2019 Niagara IceDogs ohl 28 2 8 10 0.36 19 4
2018-2019 Oshawa Generals ohl 6 0 3 3 0.5 3 2
2017-2018 North York Rangers ojhl 2 0 1 1 0.5 0

A solid two-way defenseman, he is a high-end skater that is above average in most areas, including his edge work and speed.  He patrols the blue line with confidence and exhibits great lateral speed, quick feet and powerful strides with solid crossovers. This helps make the undersized rearguard a dangerous transition player. Moving the puck out of his own end isn’t an issue for him but preventing entries and in-zone defence can sometimes be a bit more trouble for him as he sometimes looks lost. Due to his lack of size, he is unable to effectively engage physically and doesn’t have the strength to push defenders off the puck. Moore does have an active stick and does a good job of disrupting passes. His gap control isn’t consistent enough to be considered a strength but when he does step up to an attacking player at the blue line, he is effective of separating the puck from the offensive player with a poke check. Offensively, he is a puck mover with the skill and the IQ to continue developing his game, though he needs to communicate better and work on his positioning. With the puck on his stick, he does an excellent job of identifying his outlet passes and makes them consistently. He uses his agility and edge work to create space and separation, opening passing and shooting lanes from the point. He doesn’t waste shots, opting to pass or get himself to a more dangerous scoring position.

– FCHockey’s 2020 NHL Draft Guide