After attending Toronto's development camp this past month, Denver forward Trevor Moore has signed a three-year contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs, ending his collegiate eligibility prior to what would have been his senior season.
Moore had been a remarkably consistent scorer for the Pioneers. He led the Pioneers in scoring with 32 points as a freshman, then followed that up with 44 points in each of his next two seasons. This past year, he was the California third of Denver's 'Pacific Rim' line with Danton Heinen and Dylan Gambrell that formed one of college hockey's most dangerous lines.
Moore is a smaller player, which accounts for why he was an undrafted free agent, but has elite offensive playmaking skills which makes him a dangerous player.
For further reading on Moore, here is a profile we did on him for the 2015 NHL Draft.