Maple Leafs reportedly tried to trade William Nylander two years ago

Maple Leafs reportedly tried to trade William Nylander two years ago

The Maple Leafs lost a 10th game in which they had a chance to eliminate their opponents early Saturday night in Toronto. They haven’t won a series since 2004…

But this year they have done (much) better than in previous seasons. That’s why Brendan Shanahan, Kyle Dubas and Sheldon Keefe don’t will jump not by the way Losing (overtime) in seven games to the club that won the last two Stanley Cups is not like losing to the Canadiens, let’s say…

Stay that the Maple Leafs are poorly built.

$40.5 million (of a cap of $81.5 million in 2021-22) has been awarded to the team’s top four forwards: Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner, John Tavares and William Nylander. $11.64 million, $11 million, $10.9 million and $6.96 million respectively each…

It’s half your money you put into four guys. Fortunately, they were able to stay healthy…

At some point we will have to change the formula in Toronto. Yes, these four forwards finished the season Y series at the top of the team’s scorers, but the Leaves Wouldn’t they be better served by a better balanced budget? In front of the net, especially…

Was it really necessary to lure John Tavares to Toronto when he became an unrestricted free agent? Tavares, 31, has four more years to earn an average annual salary of $11 million.

Tavares increased the Leafs’ internal salary scale by signing such a large contract. Matthews, Nylander, Marner… they all asked for more money because The $11 million from Tavares.

“In 20 playoff games since arriving in Toronto, Tavares has amassed 14 points. It is little for a player who pays 11 million a year, and it is especially catastrophic for everything that his arrival has generated. – Mathias Brunett

Mitch Marner said in his postseason interview that there will be changes in Toronto … he’s tired of losing.

Since the address and coaching staff not will jump no, it is on the ice where the changes will be made.

And John Tavares, while that would probably be the right thing to do, he may not be the sacrificial lamb. According to Stéphane Waite, the Maple Leafs have been trying to GET RID by William Nylander. He would be the most likely to leave the Queen City.

“It’s been on the market for two years! They haven’t been able to get rid of him for two years. They will have to be very imaginative to get rid of it. – Stephane Waite in podcast exit area

In short, Kyle Dubas can’t find a buyer for William Nylander. And he probably can’t find a taker for Tavares either. Especially since he has to ask for something relatively large in return for his services…

I’m curious: would you take Tavares or Nylander in Montreal?

Nylander has 80 points in 81 games this season and seven more in the playoffs. But is he cold and this type of game does not help Kyle Dubas to ” To sell “.

Keep in mind that the main stakeholder is well above the 1,001 rumors that have been circulating to his effect and have been for several years.

He didn’t deny anything, preferring to simply say that he’s getting used to it.

Remember that Morgan Rielly’s new contract will take effect in 2022-23 (cap blow an additional $2.5 million) and that Jack Campbell, Mark Giordano, Ilya Mikheyev, Ondrej Kase and Pierre Engvall will be eligible for autonomy (full or not) in July. It’s going to take more than a million-dollar salary-cap increase to do it all. adjuster under this…


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