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Dave Feschuk: If the Maple Leafs are smart, they’ll copy the Lightning blueprint instead of trying to reinvent the wheel
Lightning coach says success “starts with the stars.” It’s as true in Tampa Bay as it is in Toronto. In a salary-cap league, expensive talent needs to provide superior results, Dave Feschuk writes.
The Toronto Maple Leafs face two huge offseason needs. First, the team needs to dump salary so it can sign its own and, potentially, other free agents. Second, the team needs to trade for or sign a top-notch, right-shot defenseman. Perhaps those two things go hand-in-hand, perhaps not. Key Recent Events that Impact the Maple […]The post Maple Leafs Need to Solve Two Problems: Exploring Radical Solutions appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Leafs have just over $6 million of cap space and several core players locked into multi-year deals, while the star free-agent defenceman could fetch $9 million a year. They would have to shed salary to buy room under the cap, but finding a way could fix their biggest weakness.
The Senators have told goalie Craig Anderson that they won't re-sign him.
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