4 Leafs on the trading block as Dubas gears up for another trade.
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4 Leafs on the trading block as Dubas gears up for another trade.

NHL insider drops some big news.

Jonathan Larivee

The Toronto Maple Leafs pulled off a huge trade on Friday night when, with some help from the Minnesota Wild, they acquired now former St. Louis Blues captain Ryan O'Reilly as part of a three team trade.

It was a huge move that sent the Maple Leafs' fan base into a frenzy and somewhat unsurprisingly many felt that this would be the one big move we could expect to see from the Leafs ahead of the National Hockey League's upcoming trade deadline. But as it turns out that may actually not be the case at all.

According to the latest from NHL insider Darren Dreger, it sounds like there may be more on the horizon from Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas. Dreger didn't offer any hints in regards to what kind of player Dubas might still be seeking out, but he did offer some suggestions when it comes to the players that the Leafs could move to make it happen.

"Leafland is buzzing, as it should be. Sense is, Dubas isn’t done, which emphasizes an all-in approach," said Dreger on Saturday morning. "Kerfoot? Engvall? Holl? Kampf? What collateral does Toronto use for another move?"

There are some pundits who have argued that, regardless of how much offense they add, the Leafs will never be a legitimate contender without an improved defense. That could be where Dubas looks to add next, although your guess is as good as mine at this point.