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Report confirms Maple Leafs not yet done despite multiple free agent signings


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Mike Armenti
July 2, 2024  (11:58)
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Brad Treliving and the Toronto Maple Leafs still continue to work on the roster even after multiple significant deals on day one of free agency.

Monday was a significant day for the Maple Leafs, who not only handed out nearly $50M in signing bonuses, but announced multiple significant new contracts, including deals for Chris Tanev (6x$4.5M), Oliver Ekman-Larsson (4x$3.5M), Anthony Stolarz (2x$2.5M) and Jani Hakanpaa (2x$1.5M).
The Maple Leafs are currently cap compliant with a 22-man roster, but as The Leafs Nation's Nick Alberga reported on Monday, the team still has irons in the fire, looking for some help at forward after having addressed their defensive needs and signing a quality tandem goaltending partner for Joseph Woll in Stolarz.
Alberga did not identify any players that the Leafs may or may not be talking to, but there are still some interesting names available on day 2 of free agency. Names like Jack Roslovic, Vladimir Tarasenko and Nick Cousins could interest the Leafs, depending on what Treliving and new head coach Craig Berube are looking for. Roslovic could help shore up the center group, Tarasenko could provide some depth scoring and Cousins is an absolute pain to play against.
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