Topias Leinonen, JYP Jr. (FIN-JR): the first impression of Topias Leinonen is just how big he is at 6-foot-4, 214 pounds. His larger frame means he is able to easily cover most of the net without having to put as much effort into his movements. Combined with his quick hands and controlled reactions, Leinonen might be on many radars— especially if he makes it to the second round. In 21 games with JYP Jr., Leinonen posted a SV% of 0.916 and a GAA of 2.28. He played 4 games in the more advanced team within the Liiga and notched a SV% of 0.825 and a GAA of 5.02. His numbers weren’t stellar in the Liiga but goalies need a stretch of games to be fully assessed and with some more development, it is expected that his numbers will improve. His puck-handling skills have been praised but more importantly, his ability to distinguish when to simplify the play and when to take a risk with his passes. He needs some improvement on his rebound control as well as his lower body stability in the net but overall, the consensus on Leinonen is that he is smart, confident, and has the potential to showcase some exemplary skills on the bigger stage. While Brennan is slightly ranked ahead of him, there has been some debate on who the better prospect is.