There is no question that the Leafs are going to be in for quite an eventful offseason.
While the Big Four pieces and the upper management are likely to remain intact for the 2022-23 campaign, there will likely be some changes to the lineup to result in a slightly different-looking group. A portion of the roster that played in Game 7 against the Lightning may not be part of the organization once the dust settles on Free Agent Frenzy and the last big moves are made. Changes mean moves will be made by Kyle Dubas over the summer to try and put the Leafs in a prime position to make a deeper postseason run for the first time in nearly two decades.
Toronto has a number of directions in which they can take the team and a few intriguing pieces that could be swapped out to bring in a new batch to change the Leafs’ makeup and identity. Guys like Alex Kerfoot, Jake Muzzin, Justin Holl, and Petr Mrazek could find a new home in the weeks ahead. Whether it is to clear room for someone within the organization, acquire an established player, or create some cap flexibility, the Leafs have so many possibilities for …
Author: Michael Mazzei / The Leafs Nation