I just don't see where they have the space for another long-term player. With Matthews and Marner to re-sign and now Muzzin on the books, they're going to have to let Gardiner walk just to fit them in the cap as it is. The only available player I can see going to Toronto would be a Pietrangelo-type, but the cost would a) be a lot, b) require a lot of pieces, and c) require them to move out a lot of money. Using McDonagh as a benchmark for APie, you're talking a 1st + a 2nd + a recent first round pick + a recent second round pick - EXCEPT Pietrangelo is a righty and better. So on top of 2 1sts + 2 2nds, you're factoring in he's a better player. And now Toronto has already moved a first - are they willing to go without a first for three straight seasons? If anything, I think they may add a forward. Say a Simmonds-type. And that's not the type of move that worries me. Them swinging for Pietrangelo? That worries me. Them moving for another 20 goal scorer? Meh. That would be wasted assets for them IMO because Simmonds isn't *that* better than replacement-level.