2. Trevor Moore
Trevor Moore came over to the LA Kings in the Kyle Clifford/Jack Campbell trade. The 25-year-old winger missed some time this past season with a concussion. He’s also failed to carry his offensive potential over from the AHL.
With the Maple Leafs, Moore scored just three goals with two assists in 27 games while averaging 12:53 time-on-ice.
Once shipped to LA, he produced the same numbers in a 15-game sample size under the same playing time. He had a combined 49.5 CorsiFor percentage and a -3.0 CorsiRel value split between Toronto and LA this year, which isn’t encouraging.
Moore logged a 2.4 oGAR and a -1.7 dGAR and will be a restricted free agent after the 2020-2021 season. When Moore was on-ice, the Kings scored 50 percent of their goals, compared to 45.4 percent when he was off-ice.
Unless he goes nuts next year, his offensive potential could eventually be replaced by Kaliyev, who will most likely begin next year with Ontario. Carl Grundstrom could also push Moore off the roster, who scored 12 goals with 16 assists for The Reign last year.