In this Toronto Maple Leafs episode of the ToT-cast, we discuss the Leafs free agency outlook, trade targets, internal needs and more.
In this episode of the ToT-cast, Chris Okrainetz, David Morassutti, Jake Middleton, Omar White and Austin Owens discuss the Toronto Maple Leafs upcoming offseason and look at free agency.
Some of the things we discuss includes: the Leafs parting ways with three prospects, who we would like to see the Leafs go after this offseason, what Toronto should do with their UFA and RFAs, who will be the team’s fourth line centre next year, what they could do with their third pairing and more.
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Here’s a rundown of what we discussed on this episode:
– Thoughts on the Leafs parting ways with Nikita Korostelev, Stephen Desrocher and Fabrice Herzog. (2:30)
– Three players we would like to see the Leafs go after in either free agency or via trade. (6:06)
– How the Leafs could potentially replace each of their pending RFAs and UFAs, thoughts on whether each player will be back with the team, and thoughts on “team friendly” deals with players like Connor Brown. (20:41)
– The end of “Robidas Island” and how he might potentially still remain with the organization. (27:08)
– Realistically, we debate who could be the Leafs’ fourth line centre next year and where to play Zach Hyman next year. (31:15)
– How the Leafs might address their third pairing this offseason and where Connor Carrick fits in. (39:50)
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