Discussion in 'Trade Rumors and Free Agent Talk' started by caley, Feb 28, 2020.
Apparently these were AHL deals
Kawaguchi is the top scorer amongst Undrafted NCAA players; will return to school
The Toronto AHL/ECHL factory continues on. Rubins signed an AHL deal in 2018, playing 56 games with Newfoundland that year, graduating to 47 games with the Marlies of the AHL this year, now onto an NHL ELC.
The next players I think that the Leafs could look at converting to NHL deal could be Tanner MacMaster (30 points in 56 AHL games this year) or Hudson Elynuik (53 AHL games this past season for the former Canes 3rd rounder), but I'd wager they try to get both to sign new AHL deals.
I hope they sign the both of them and Justin Brazeau to nhl deals.
Per Booba's great AHL thread, Brazeau has another year on his AHL deal. I'd wager the Leafs will get him some more AHL time next season and make a decision on an NHL deal next summer. Unless another team expresses NHL interest this summer, but I think there is a right of first refusal for the team that signed him to the AHL deal. At least that's been my understanding of it.
Think its more of a courtesy thing, you dont have to ask but usually you do
AHL contracts but Green was on the list of highest scoring NCAA UFAs
Is he any good?
The Leafs again snag two of the top overagers to AHL deals like Brazeau last season
Still waiting for Cedric Pare to see the light too!
Surprised they couldn't get ELCs
They were speculating in Vancouver radio that they could have made more on AHL only deals, while on a premiere development team in a season where they were likely to not sniff the NHL
Newpower, 14th amongst undrafted d-men on the NCAA list, signs an AHL contract
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