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Brad Treliving keeps his word continues to reshape Maple Leafs with today's signing

Published March 13, 2024 at 2:33 PM
BY JOSH

When the Toronto Maple Leafs hired Brad Treliving as their general manager, he made it clear that he felt the team was in need of a culture change. Treliving shared that he felt the team couldn't just be judged by the "Core Four" and instead needed to be judged by the entire roster. A concept seemingly lost on the previous regime.

Treliving also made it clear that he felt the team required to find consistency in their depth roles. Feeling that the concept of changing peripheral pieces every year would just create more problems. Today Treliving took a step towards keeping his word by extending forward Bobby McMann on a 2-year contract.


The deal will pay McMann 1.35 million dollars per season and is a way for the Maple Leafs to find consistency in their bottom. Six. This move shows the team's commitment to ensuring the constant change that has plagued the franchise for years has finally come to an end.


McMann, 27, has 10 goals and 8 assists in 40 games with the Maple Leafs this season.
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Brad Treliving keeps his word continues to reshape Maple Leafs with today's signing

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