Maple Leafs sign Joseph Woll to multi-year deal.

Maple Leafs sign Joseph Woll to multi-year deal.

The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed goaltender Joseph Woll for several more years.

Jonathan Larivee

It comes as no surprise, but the Toronto Maple Leafs will be keeping goaltender Joseph Woll within the fold for the next several years.

On Monday morning, the Maple Leafs officially announced that Woll had agreed to terms on a new 3 year deal at a very reasonable average annual value and salary cap hit of $3.66 million per season. When you consider the fact that the Maple Leafs are likely to be deploying Woll as their starting goaltender this season, that is a great value deal for the Maple Leafs.

Woll is coming off of a solid season in which he appeared in 25 regular season games for the Leafs, thanks in large part to the mid-season collapse of goaltender Ilya Samsonov, recording a 2.94 goals against average and a .907 save percentage. Woll was even better when deployed in the playoffs, recording a 0.86 goals against average and a .964 save percentage over the course of 3 playoff games, clearly establishing himself as the team's goaltender over the future over Ilya Samsonov in the process.

The big concern around Woll has of course been his health, with the 25 year old netminder struggling to stay healthy for any extended length of time. Those concerns would seemingly be amplified with Woll taking on a bigger workload, but the Maple Leafs are obviously hoping that injuries won't be a major factor for Woll moving forward.

The Maple Leafs are expected to bring in an experienced goaltender to serve in tandem with Woll, but no word on what that move will look like just yet.