NHL insider Darren Dreger delivers some bombs about the Leafs' offseason

Published June 1, 2021 at 2:59 PM

After losing a winner-take-all Game 7 against the Montreal Canadiens yesterday evening, the Toronto Maple Leafs' 2020-21 season is officially finished. The Leafs, who held a 3-1 series lead against the Habs, lost three straight games to surrender the series and send themselves into yet another early offseason. After yet another disappointing season, the Leafs are sure to have a summer filled of self-reflection and reinvention.

The Leafs' fan base is divided on what to do with their high-priced superstars, Mitch Marner and Auston Matthews. Both players performed admirably during the regular season but were once again unable to make an impact in the postseason.

So, what gives? Will GM Kyle Dubas make a change to his core or will he stay the course?

TSN insider Darren Dreger reports that he doesn't believe major changes are in the plans this offseason.

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Dreger, in my opinion, is dead on here. The Leafs have some impact players up front, just as they have on the defence with Muzzin. Wayne Simmonds has been an excellent addition, although he does not see much action. The Leafs' top six forward lines are in desperate need of grit, as last night's result demonstrates.

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NHL insider Darren Dreger delivers some bombs about the Leafs' offseason

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