Toronto Maple Leafs likely will make a trade for a backup goalie
Sportsnet: Luke fox reports the Toronto Maple Leafs have been kicking tires in goalie market for weeks now, but it’s time for Kyle Dubas to slip on a pair of steel-toed boots and get serious about adding to his depth in the crease.
After Toronto’s loss to the Florida Panthers, it has showed that the Leafs need a solid reliable backup if they want to make the playoffs?
Remember, the Leafs have no 1st round draft pick for 2020, but it is lottery protected.
The goalies the Leafs should target for a trade are: LA Kings Jack Campbell, Anaheim Ducks Ryan Miller, Pittsburgh Penguins Casey DeSmith and New York Rangers Alexander Georgiev.
Montreal and Boston interested in Josh Anderson?
TVA Sports: Columbus Blue Jackets general manager Jarmo Kekäläinen has let teams know that Josh Anderson is available for a trade.
The 6-foot-3, 222-pound right winger is currently in the last year of his contract earning an average of 1.85 million dollars.
The Blue Jackets are hoping to get a 2nd round pick for Anderson.
Anderson has disappointed this season with four points in 26 games, including just one goal. This is quite a contrast compared to 2018-2019, when Anderson had scored 27 times, after 19 in 2017-2018 and 17 in 2016-2017.
The Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins are interested in Anderson.