NHL Rumors last season had the Leafs interested in trading Justin Holl, but he is on a team friendly, $2 million salary cap hit, so the Leafs will likely keep him this year.
That leaves Kerfoot as the odd man out. James Mirtle of The Athletic reports if you trade Kerfoot, you keep seven pretty good NHL defencemen and gain another $2 million or so to spend.
The only problem with trading Kerfoot is you lose a player who put up 51 points last season and can play throughout the lineup.
It will be interesting to see what GM Kyle Dubas does this offseason because they need to shed salary and Kerfoot is the logical choice to be traded as the team needs the salary cap space.