From not going anywhere to on the move for the Vancouver Canucks
Thomas Drance and Harman Dayal of The Athletic: Looking at who will be staying and who could be on the move this offseason for the Vancouver Canucks.
Buyout watch – Antoine Roussel.
Potential trade options for the Toronto Maple Leafs
Luke Fox of Sportsnet: Toronto Maple Leafs GM Kyle Dubas could look to free agency to improve the right side of their blue line but he may find better options on the trade market.
Dubas is reportedly asking for a top-four defenseman for goaltender Frederik Andersen. Andreas Johnsson, Alex Kerfoot, the Penguins No. 15 pick or possibly William Nylander could be put up for trade as well.
A look at 15 intriguing trade targets from the Maple Leafs covering all price points.
Aaron Ekblad – Florida Panthers – $7.5-million cap hit through 2024-25
Matt Dumba – Minnesota Wild – $6-million cap hit through 2022-23
Colton Parayko – St. Louils Blues – $5.5-million cap hit through 2021-22
Rasmus Ristolainen – Buffalo Sabres – $5.4-million cap hit through 2021-22
Troy Stecher – Vancouver Canucks – RFA with arbitration rights
Josh Manson – Anaheim Ducks – $4.1-million cap hit through 2021-22
Brett Pesce – Carolina Hurricanes – $4.025-million cap hit through 2023-24
Niklas Hjalmarsson – Arizona Coyotes – $5-million cap hit through 2020-21
David Savard – Columbus Blue Jackets – $4.25-million cap hit through 2020-21
Jonas Brodin – Minnesota Wild – $4.17-million cap hit through 2020-21
Mattias Ekholm – Nashville Predators – $3.75-million cap hit through 2021-22
Connor Murphy – Chicago Blackhawks – $3.85-million cap hit through 2021-22
MacKenzie Weegar – Florida Panthers – RFA
Adam Larsson – Edmonton Oilers – $4.17-million cap hit through 2020-21
Matt Benning – Edmonton Oilers – RFA with arbitration rights