We are now two games into the Stanley Cup final and with the exception of the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Atlantic division is focussed on next season. The Leafs and Panthers had strong years but at this point all that matters is the 2022-23 season.
Despite only one team in the division still playing hockey, there has been plenty of news around the division in the past seven days. Coaches have been fired and re-hired, free agents have been signed and there has been plenty of trade and UFA speculation. Many of the teams in the division have been linked to the same UFA and trade targets. It will be interesting to see how this plays out over the coming months.
Who will be starting in net next season?
This is a question that most of the division has. In Toronto it has been rumoured that Jack Campbell will not return and obviously they would not be happy entering the season with Petr Mrazek at the top of the depth chart.
With former first round pick Spencer Knight set to take the reigns in Florida, two-time Vezina trophy winner Sergei Bobrovsky is being shopped. At a cap hit of 10M and four years remaining on his deal, he won’t be targeted by the Leafs but ot …
Author: Scott Ony / The Leafs Nation