The NHL team knows (and to what extent) whether they are buyers or sellers, so the Canadian team seems to be fairly well established, at least for what is classified as this trading season.
However, it is still unclear whether group buyers will track rents or larger ones. And instead of forcing anything, it is possible that the group cannot find the right one for the right price, so they will not meet this deadline.
Then, less than two weeks after the deadline, we look at each of the seven Canadian teams and discover where to land on a scale of buyers.
Using a scale of 0 to 5, each team in Canada evaluates the motivation of the buyers during this period.
5 if “OMG has to do something”, 0 if “we don’t even buy radar”, even though they were sold. ”
Toronto Maple Leaf: 5
They have already made an absolutely necessary deal with the arrival of Jack Campbell (and Kyle Clifford), but they can’t.
Monday’s rumor summary referred to the Reefs and their approach to the meeting.
Yes, they need to take another or two defenders, but if there is room at the top to make a great swing with the four best blueliners, Morgan Leely and Cody Cessie will probably contract after this season completely dependent on the health of even people.
Both have been in use for a long time and can be unoccupied through LTI, but if any player returns before the end of the regular season, the reef needs available space at the top.
But the fact is this time, and the depth of the blue line is the most important. In this regard, look at what the recent Stanley Cup champions have done before and after the deadline.