Maple Leafs reportedly shopping veteran forward

It looks like he could be on the move.

Michael W.

While there remains several decisions ahead of Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Brad Treliving in terms of player personnel this summer, it looks as though the tenure of one particular player may have come to an end. 

According to one report on social media, the Leafs have allegedly had a conversation with an Atlantic Division rival regarding a trade of Calle Jarnkrok, who is coming off his second season with the Leafs: 

Jarnkrok, who was drafted by the Detroit Red Wings with the 51st overall selection in 2010, still has two years remaining on his current contract with the Leafs. He's played for the Nashville Predators, Seattle Kraken and Calgary Flames (acquired by Treliving in 2022) before signing with Toronto that summer. 

In 699 career NHL games, he's tallied 136 goals and 165 assists, while also adding five goals and 17 assists in 93 playoff games. 

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Source: Twitter