Nick Robertson is done with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
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Nick Robertson is done with the Toronto Maple Leafs.

NHL insider reports that Nick Robertson will not re-sign with the Maple Leafs after years of failing to crack the roster.

Jonathan Larivee

Nicholas Robertson has had enough of the Toronto Maple Leafs.

After years of failing to truly crack the Maple Leafs roster Robertson was given his biggest shot this past season, appearing in 56 regular season games, scoring 14 goals and adding 13 assists for a total of 27 points.

In spite of that however Robertson would once again find himself demoted to the American Hockey League and there were reports at the time that he was not at all pleased with the move. Robertson even made public comments this season about his lack of playing time, a clear sign that the relationship between player and team was beginning to fray.

"I’m not going to sit here and say I’m happy. I want to play," said Robertson this past season.

Now it would see mthat the relationship has completely deteriorated, with the restricted free agent making it clear that he will not play another game for the Maple Leafs organization. National Hockey League insider Chris Johnston is reporting that Robertson has informed the Maple Leafs that he will not re-sign with them under any circumstance this summer, and is instead demanding a trade to another team.

Robertson's deployment has been a source of frustration for both player and fans for some time now, and it would appear that things have finally reached a breaking point for the 22 year old Maple Leafs forward.