Dmytro Timashov


Kirovograd Ukraine

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5th round (125th overall), 2015


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2010-11: Dmytro Timashov skated with the second division club Nacka HK in Stockholm, Sweden, where he was a teammate of fellow 2015 NHL Draft prospect Gustav Bouramman. Timashov saw action with the Nacka U18 team as a 15-year-old.

2011-12: Timashov split the season between the SDE HF and Djurgarden U18 teams in Sweden and played for Stockholm 1 in the TV-Pucken tournament for high school players. He scored 2 goals with 4 assists and had an even plus/minus with 4 penalty minutes in 21 games for Djurgarden, including four playoff contests. In 17 games for SDE HF he scored 10 goals with 13 assists and was +12 with 37 penalty minutes. Timashov also skated for the Djuragraden U16 team, scoring 7 goals with 8 assists in seven games. He scored 8 goals with 11 assists and was +13 with 6 penalty minutes in eight TV-Pucken games as Stockholm 1 captured a bronze medal.

2012-13: Timashov began the season with Djurgarden before transferring to MODO in mid-season and played for the gold medal-winning Sweden U17 team at the 2013 World Hockey Challenge. Skating for Djurgarden he scored 4 goals with 6 assists and was +3 with 8 penalty minutes in 22 games for the club’s U20 squad and scored 4 goals with 5 assists in 11 games with the U18 team. The MODO U20 and U18 teams both won silver medals and Timashov skated for both squads. In 23 U20 games, including seven playoff games, he scored 5 goals with 8 assists and was an even plus/minus with 4 penalty minutes. He scored 2 goals with 2 assists in four U18 games (two in the playoffs). Timashov had 3 assists and 4 penalty minutes in six games for Sweden at the WHC. Sweden defeated Russia, 7-5, in the gold medal game. Timashov was selected by Salavat Yulaev in the second round (54th overall) of the 2013 KHL Draft.

2013-14: Timashov made his pro hockey debut in Sweden – skating in three SHL games for MODO and playing 10 games in Allsvenskan – and was a point-per-game scorer for the MODO U20 team in SuperElit play. He played for the Sweden U18 team at the 2013 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament in August. Timashov had 1 assist and was -1 with no penalties in limited ice time for the MODO men’s team. In Allsvenskan action he had 1 assist and was -1 with 2 penalty minutes in six games for Mora IK and was -1 with no points and 25 penalty minutes in four games with Bjorkloven. Timashov scored 12 goals with 29 assists and was +9 with 18 penalty minutes in 40 regular season games for MODO’s U20 team. He had 1 assist and was -1 with 8 penalty minutes in six SuperElit playoff games. The MODO U18 team captured the Sweden championship and in four playoff games Timashov scored 2 goals with 5 assists and 2 penalty minutes. He was an even plus/minus with 4 assists and 2 penalty minutes in four games for Sweden at the Ivan Hlinka tournament. The Quebec Remparts selected Timashov in the second round (95th overall) in the 2014 CHL Import Draft.

2014-15: Timashov led the QMJHL’s Quebec Remparts in scoring in his first season in North America, finishing second to Moncton’s Conor Garland with 71 assists. In 66 regular season games he also scored 19 goals and was +17 with 54 penalty minutes. Quebec, the Memorial Cup hosts, finished second to Rimouski in the East Division and reached the QMJHL finals before falling to the Oceanic. Timashov scored 3 goals with 15 assists and was +8 with 18 penalty minutes in 22 QMJHL playoff games. He scored 3 goals with 1 assist and was -2 with 8 penalty minutes in five Memorial Cup games. Ranked 92nd amongst North American skaters in the Central Scouting final rankings and invited to the NHL Prospects Combine, Timashov was selected by Toronto in the fifth round (125th overall) in the 2015 NHL Draft.

2015-16: Timashov attended training camp with the Maple Leafs before returning to the QMJHL’s Quebec Remparts. He signed a three-year entry-level contract with Toronto in November 2015 and skated in 29 games with the Remparts before joining the Sweden U20 team for the 2016 World Junior Championship. Timashov was acquired by Shawinigan from Quebec in January 2016 in exchange for three draft picks. After scoring 18 goals with 35 assists with Quebec, he finished the year with 22 goals and 63 assists and had a +27 plus/minus with 85 penalty minutes in 57 games. The Cataractes finished first in the East Division, falling to Rouyn-Noranda in the QMJHL finals. Timashov scored 13 goals with 15 assists and was +11 with 40 penalty minutes in 21 playoff games. In seven games for Sweden he scored 2 goals with 5 assists and was +4 with 2 penalty minutes. Sweden finished fourth, falling 8-3 to the USA in the bronze medal game. 

Talent Analysis

Timashov is an offensive dynamo. A diminutive-but-stocky forward, he plays a style of game that suits the smaller, North American ice surfaces. He doesn’t mind getting involved physically and that asset of his game contributes strongly to his offensive game. He creates both time and space with his physical play and is adept at finding the open man.


Timashov was a key contributor for Rouyn-Nouranda during the Huskies run to the QMJHL Finals after being acquired from Quebec in the middle of the 2015-16 season. He played for Sweden in the World Juniors and signed an entry-level contract with the Maple Leafs. He will attend his second training camp with the Maple Leafs in 2016-17 and barring any surprises or injuries is expected to skate for the AHL's Toronto Marlies as a 20-year-old. Timashov projects as a Brad Marchand-type forward who can contribute on the scoresheet while getting agitating opponents.

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