Toronto Maple Leafs: Every Trade Prediction in The Off-Season

Bobby KezneikCorrespondent IMay 8, 2010

TORONTO - NOVEMBER 29:   MLSE President and CEO Richard Peddie and Brian Burke attend a press conference announcing Burke as the teams new General Manager November 29, 2008 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Brad White/Getty Images)
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The Toronto Maple Leafs have plenty of options this off-season & imaginations can run wild with all the deals that could happen.


These are all the deals that I would try and get it done if I was Brian Burke. Note that I am not saying that these will happen, but if I was Brian Burke, I would do exactly what I have written below.



Starting Cap Space:                                $3.352

Trade 1 Cap Space:                                  $3.189

Trade 2 Cap Space:                                   $1.089

Release/Sent Down Cap Space:             $9.114

Re-Sign Cap Space:                                 $4.214

Trade 3 Cap Space:                                    $4.142

Trade 4 Cap Space:                                   $4.167

Free Agency Singings Cap Space            $2.667



To Anaheim                                                                            To Toronto

Tomas Kaberle (D) ($4.250)                                   Bobby Ryan (RW) ($1.922) (RFA 2010) (Sign) To ($4.900)

John Mitchell (C) ($0.487) (RFA 2010)                   2nd Round Draft Pick (2010)

Jerome Flaake (LW) (PROSPECT)

Matt Frattin (RW) (PROSPECT)



To Philadelphia                                                                 To Toronto

Mikhail Grabovski (C) ($2.900)                                          Jeff Carter (C) ($5.000)                                          

Juraj Mikus (D) (PROSPECT)

Ben Scrivens (G) (PROSPECT)

Joel Champagne (C) (PROSPECT)


RELEASE/SENT DOWN:                                                          RE-SIGN:

Wayne Primeau (C) ($1.400)                                  Nikolai Kulemin (LW) ($2.000)

Rickard Wallin (C) ($0.800)                                    Mike Van Ryn (D) ($2.900)

Jamie Lundmark (C) ($0.600)                

Garnett Exelby (D) ($1.725)

Jeff Finger (D) ($3.500)



To Los Angeles                                                                        To Toronto

Fredrik Sjostrom (RW) ($0.750)                                             Wayne Simmonds (RW) ($0.822)

Kenny Ryan (RW) (PROSPECT)

Jamie Devane (LW) (PROSPECT)

Gregg Scott (RW) (PROSPECT)



To Philadelphia                                                                       To Toronto

Christian Hanson (C) ($0.925) (RFA 2010)             Darroll Powe (C) ($0.520) (RFA 2010) (Sign To $0.900)

5th Round Draft Pick (2010)                                    Eric Wellwood (LW) (PROSPECT)


Free Agency Signings:

Matt Cooke (LW) ($1.500)





LW                                                          C                                                              RW

Nikolai Kulemin(22)            Jeff Carter(25)                      Phil Kessel(22)

Viktor Stalberg(23)             Tyler Bozak(24)                    Bobby Ryan(23)

Matt Cooke(31)                   Nazem Kadri(19)                  Wayne Simmonds(22)

Luca Caputi(20)                    Darrell Powe(24)                 Colton Orr(27)




LD                                                           RD

Dion Phaneuf(24)                 Francois Beachumein(29)

Mike Komisarek(27)            Mike Van Ryn(30)

Luke Schenn(20)                  Carl Gunarsson(22)




Jonas Gustavsson(25)

Jean-Sebastien Giguere(32)


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