5 Toronto Maple Leafs That Could Potentially be Traded

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SUNRISE, FLORIDA – FEBRUARY 27: Alexander Kerfoot #15 of the Toronto Maple Leafs  (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images). /

4. Alex Kerfoot – 25 years old – C/LW

Contract – $3.5M signed through 2022-23 season (Stats from CapFriendly.com)

2019-20 stats – 65 GP – 9 G – 19 A – 28 PTS – CF% of 52.53% (Stats from NaturalStatTrick.com)

At my number four spot I have Alex Kerfoot, and kind of like Pierre Engvall I don’t see Kerfoot being traded for multiple reasons but then again he could be traded because a cheap contract and a player with potentially elite defense could bring back a large return.

Kerfoot has solidified himself as the Toronto Maple Leafs 3C as we all know and I doubt they would want to move him because of that reason, however if the Toronto Maple Leafs and other teams cant come to an agreement on a trade with guys like Kasperi Kapanen or Andreas Johnsson then Kerfoot may be the next forward they consider moving.

Again, I’m not saying Kerfoot is getting traded but there could be a chance that he could be dealt to free up some cap space or even be part of a trade to get a defensemen on the team to play with Morgan Rielly on the top pair.