Dubas Working On Extension With Leafs' Forward.

Published April 13, 2020 at 10:56

The Toronto Maple Leafs and general manager Kyle Dubas have lots of work to do when the offseason comes. Putting together an NHL roster with the Leafs' salary cap limitations is going to be quite the puzzle to solve for Dubas. It seems that Dubas has identified one piece of the puzzle that he'd like to keep around. Mike Johnston of Sportsnet reports that the Leafs are working on getting a contract signed with pending free agent Kyle Clifford. Clifford came over from the Kings right before the trade deadline and was able to play in 16 games before the season was put on hold. The 29 year old registered 1 goal, 2 assists and 23 penalty minutes in those 16 games. The forward has 842 career penalty minutes in 676 career games and adds some of that grit that so many people said the Leafs' needed throughout the season. Would you like to see Clifford stick around?

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