With the current signing of Morgan Rielly and backup goalie Petr Mrazek signed for every other years at a cap hit of $three.8 million, the Toronto Maple Leafs will possibly not be capable of re-sign Jack Campbell except William Nylander or Mitch Marner is traded next offseason.
Michael Traikos of the Toronto Sun reviews the ideal time to re-sign Campbell to a settlement extension has lengthy passed. If Campbell continues his notable play and with how Phillip Grubauer altered the goalie market by way of signing a six-yr, contract well worth $35.4 million. The Leafs haven't any cap area to re-sign Campbell subsequent offseason as he will possibly call for a $five million – $6 million in line with yr profits.
Traikos went on to say, Campbell will probably be playing for another team next season. The Leafs did have a plan when they signed the core four to the massive contracts some years again, but with COVID-19 and a stagnant salary cap no longer going up, has ruined any plans the Leafs had two years ago.
Mrazek will probable be the Leafs beginning goalie next season with a backup goalie being paid the league minimal.