Toronto Maple Leafs: 6 Remaining Questions Entering 2023-24

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It’s been a long time since we saw the Toronto Maple Leafs play hockey.

After a whirlwind offseason that saw many faces come and go for the Toronto Maple Leafs, many of the team’s faithful are highly anticipating the opening of training camp later this month.

It was a long and eventful summer that saw the Leafs change GMs unexpectedly. Kyle Dubas was replaced by Brad Treliving, but the Leafs did retain their coach, recently signing Sheldon Keefe to a contract extension.

The Leafs spent wildly in Free Agency, having had ten + expiring contracts on their roster last year, and were thus able to hand out almost $20 million in contracts on or around July 1st.

Notable additions include Max Domi, John Klingberg, Ryan Reaves and Martin Jones.

Additionally, the Leafs took Ilya Samsonov to arbitration, assigned Matt Murray to the LTIR and signed their franchise player to a contract making him the NHL’s highest paid player.

William Nylander still needs a deal, and the blue-line is a work in progress, but camp is set to open up shortly.

With the evaluation process set to begin, there are still some questions left to be answered that pertain to the team’s potential success for the upcoming season.

Here are six questions that need answering as the Toronto Maple Leafs head into the 2023-24 NHL season.