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Brad Treliving to target his former Flames players in free agency


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Julien Trekker
May 28, 2024  (10:11)
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The Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Brad Treliving is set to target his former Calgary Flames players in free agency, according to a new rumour.

Teams across the NHL will try to get better on July 1st, when the free agent market opens. That's the case of the Toronto Maple Leafs, who already started working on their next season.
They've hired Craig Berube as their new head coach, and promised fans some big changes this summer.
We can expect the team to target a few players on the market, and make a few trades involving big picture players.
A new report highlighted the fact that many members of Treliving's former team, the Calgary Flames, will hit the free agency market and the GM could be interested in getting a few of them.
Kevin Papetti of The Athletic shared on X that Treliving could go after Elias Lindholm, Oliver Kylington, Christopher Tanev, Tyler Toffoli, Sean Monahan and Nikita Zadorov:
"Plenty of Treliving's former players are set to hit free agency.

I bet the Leafs sign at least one of these six."

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Many of those players could be interesting additions for the Leafs. At the blue line, Tanev or Zadorov would fit well within Treliving's vision for the future of the team. As for the forwards; Lindholm, Toffoli and Monahan would all be great in Toronto.
Do you think Brad Treliving will go after his former Calgary Flames players on July 1st, when the free agent market opens?
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Brad Treliving to target his former Flames players in free agency

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