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In his final season in the WHL, undrafted forward Brayden Burke scored 31 goals and had 82 assists. It isn’t uncommon to see these final seasons, even from undrafted players. Since then Burke has only improved as a player.

19/20 League: AHL (Tucson Roadrunners)

Games played: 51

Goals: 21

Assists: 31

Highest rating: 15

Lowest rating: 17

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The Arizona Coyotes signed Brayden Burke as a free agent and his first games as a professional were with the Tucson Roadrunners in the AHL playoffs. He played in two playoff games and was held pointless.

Burke did improve in his first real season in the AHL. In 67 games he had 13 goals and 20 assists, and he finished sixth on the team in points.

Breaking the trend of a sophomore slump, Burke had a great second season with the Roadrunners. Burke was close to doubling the career-highs in goals, assists, and points he set in his first season.

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This past season Burke led the Roadrunners in goals and total points, set a Roadrunners’ franchise record for 13 power play goals, and was named to the AHL All-Star Classic. And while he didn’t play with the Coyotes to the Edmonton Bubble for the post-season, he was available and could have seen NHL action.

After a breakout season in the AHL and appearing poised to make the team’s lineup, Burke seems poised to make the NHL. Whether that is out of training camp or during a call-up, you can expect to see Burke in a Coyotes jersey, either during the upcoming season or the next at the latest.

Burke is a very interesting player for the Coyotes. For a team that has struggled to draft and develop, it is fitting that one of their better prospects is a player that they didn’t draft.

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Burke is in the final year of his three-year, entry-level contract with the team. The upcoming season is going to influence the specifics of that deal, but it seems clear that Burke has earned a raise.

Where Burke goes from here remains to be seen. His success in the AHL doesn’t guarantee he will be successful in the NHL, but that seems likely at this point. The team has struggled to generate offense, and while Burke isn’t an immediate fix for that he may be part of the solution. With the upcoming seasons on hold Burke isn’t currently playing in another league, but if there are further delays it will be interesting to see if that changes.

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Brayden Burke has gone from an undrafted player from Edmonton, Alberta to one of the Coyotes’ more intriguing prospects. His success in the NHL is far from a guarantee, but he seems to have earned a chance in the NHL. What he does with that chance remains to be seen, but Coyotes fans should be excited to find out.

Update: Initially the league was listed as the Tucson Roadrunners rather than the AHL.

The Arizona Coyotes have not been great at drafting and developing talent. Even a cursory look at the Coyotes’ draft history shows that there are a lot of misses in the early rounds, much less the later rounds. As the Tampa Bay Lightning showed, to be successful you not only need your first-round picks to work out, you need to get players in later rounds like the seventh-round selection Ondřej Palát.

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Arizona has been getting better at drafting and development. Conor Garland going for fifth-round selection to the team’s leading goal scorer is probably the best indicator of this, but Jan Jeník (3rd round), Matias Maccelli (4th round), and Ivan Prosvetov (4th round) are also progressing well.

Although they didn’t draft him, the progress of forward Brayden Burke also indicates that the Coyotes are doing better at developing their players.

Brayden Burke signed his three-year, entry-level contract with the Coyotes as an undrafted free agent on March 1, 2018. He played in the WHL with the Red Deer Rebels, Lethbridge Hurricanes, and Moose Jaw Warriors, and twice scored over 100 points in a season.

Since signing with the Desert Dogs, Burke has played with the Tucson Roadrunners. His first season was spent adjusting to the professional game, and he finished with a respectable 13 goals and 20 assists in 67 games.

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This past season was a breakout season for the Edmonton, Alberta native. Shaking off the dreaded sophomore slump, Burke led the Roadrunners with 21 goals and 52 points in 51 games. He earned a brief call up to the Coyotes, although he didn’t see any action, and was named to the AHL All-Star Classic. He also went with the Coyotes to the Edmonton Bubble for the post-season, although he again didn’t get any action.

In two short seasons, Burke has gone from an undrafted WHL player to a player who seems poised to be given a shot in the NHL. Burke deserves a lot of credit for his growth as a player, along with Roadrunners’ Head coach Jay Varady and General Manager Steve Sullivan.

Burke is in the final year of his three-year, entry-level contract. He has played well enough in the AHL that the team should not hesitate to re-sign him and give him a raise, even if they think he still needs more time in Tucson. But if he doesn’t get the call up he is a player to watch.