The Toronto Maple Leafs will be looking to make some moves this offseason as they try to find some more salary cap space for free agent signings.
Kerfoot, 26, has 2-years left on his contract with a $3.5M AAV. He had eight goals and 23 points in 56 games last season. Kerfoot had one goal and six points in seven games in the Maple Leafs’ first-round series against the Montreal Canadiens.
Pierre LeBrun is reporting that the Leafs have a serious interest in Philipp Grubauer. If the Colorado Avalanche cannot re-sign him, the Leafs would have to move out Kerfoot for the much needed cap space to sign Grubauer.