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Kyle Dubas submits its qualifying offers

june 26, 2019
Monday was the day where future independent players can start talking to other formations, without signing any contract. Yesterday, it was the deadline for the NHL's 31 teams, to grant a qualifying offer to their restricted free agents (RFA).

Indeed, one of the most busy General Managers is Kyle Dubas of the Maples Leafs. According to the following tweet from Complete Hockey News, Toronto did not submit an offer to Gabriel Gagne, Nicholas Baptiste, Jordan Subban, Igor Ozhiganov and Eamon McAdam and they will become unrestricted free agents on July 1st.



Michael Carcone, Andreas Johnsson, Kasperi Kapanen and Mitch Marner received an offer from Dubas and the Leafs.

Despite all the rumors surrounding their young star forward, Marner is clearly the priority of the Maple Leafs. This season, he has scored 26 goals and accumulated a total of 94 points. However, an organization that makes a qualifying offer, like the Leafs did with Marner, also has the flexibility to match any hostile bid. The 22-year-old forward is looking for a multi-million dollar deal that could make him one of the highest paid wingers in the NHL.

However, it may be that Marner's salary demands are too demanding for the Leafs, especially with the decrease in the salary cap announced last Saturday.

Kapanen has blacked the score sheet 20 times this season, accumulating 44 points and has been an important part of the Leafs offense.



According to TSN's Bob McKenzie, the young man is expected to sign a three-year extension with an average annual value of $3.2 million to $3.4 million, once the Mitch Marner saga is over.

As for Johnsson, he is also a vital player on the Toronto offensive, this season he scored 20 goals and registered 43 points. As a seventh-round pick in 2013, he proved that his rank selection at the draft was not representative of his talent.



Darren Dreger of TSN reports that Johnsson is expected to sign a four-year extension with an annual salary of $3.25 to $3.5 million.

For its part, Carcone was acquired by the Maple Leafs in a trade in with the Vancouver Canucks, in December. The forward had 14 goals and 27 points in 42 games with the Toronto Marlies this season.

Source : Yahoo Sports
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