NHL Rumors: Kuzmenko, Laine and Options in Net for the Maple Leafs
Canucks to talk with Andrei Kuzmenko once again

Rick Dhaliwal: Confirm that the Vancouver Canucks are dealing with a 2nd interview with Russian complimentary representative Andrei Kuzmenko and his representative Dan Milstein. The Canucks are still high up on the list.

No upgrade on Patrik Laine

Brian Hedger: There is no upgrade on agreement settlements in between Patrik Laine and the Columbus Blue Jackets.

Options in web for the Toronto Maple Leafs

Chris Johnston of North Star Bets: The Toronto Maple Leafs have some choices to make in web. Will they re-sign pending UFA Jack Campbell? Will they attempt to trade Petr Mrazek?

Potential alternatives for the Maple Leafs for next season.

Jack Campbell – Did he cost himself out of Toronto? Could be trying to find $5 million per.

Darcy Kuemper – Might not make it to the free market and might be a rate concern too.

Marc-Andre Fleury – The Leafs had some interest at the trade due date. Could be a 1A/1B.

Mikko Koskinen – Could be a squadron goalie and less than $4.5 million he made this year.

Ville Husso – Will be trying to find a raise from $750,000 and must get a lot of interest if he strikes the free market.

Braden Holtby – Been handling a lower-body injury and would be a worth finalizing.

Martin Jones – Wouldn’t expense much however hasn’t had a conserve portion over .901 in the previous 4 years.

Scott Wedgewood – Put up a 13-13-5 record with a .910 conserve portion in 2015 with the Coyotes and Stars. That was the most he’s played in his 10-year NHL profession.

Eric Comrie – He’s been trying to find a chance to play and a raise from his $750,000.

Alexandar Georgiev – Pending RFA and he might not get certified. Didn’t have a terrific season and would be a buy-low prospect.

Harri Sateri – The Coyotes declared him off waivers after the Maple Leafs had actually signed him. Posted a 2-2-1 record with an .866 save portion.

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