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SportsThe Leafs’ top line heading into training camp is John Tavares and (insert two names here)

04:05  02 september  2019
04:05  02 september  2019 Source:   thestar.com

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The Maple Leafs open training camp on Sept. 12 and top - line centre John Tavares could be The absence of the two wingers presents a serious problem for Leafs GM Kyle Dubas and head coach William Nylander’s performance after missing the first two months of the season last year because of

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The Leafs’ top line heading into training camp is John Tavares and (insert two names here)© Aaron Lynett John Tavares was flanked by Mitch Marner, left, and Zach Hyman when training camp opened last fall. This year, his linemates are anyone’s guess.

The Maple Leafs open training camp on Sept. 12 and top-line centre John Tavares could be without both of his regular linemates.

Mitch Marner and Zach Hyman helped Tavares to career highs in goals (47) and points (88) last season, but a contract stalemate is expected to keep Marner off the ice while Hyman is still rehabbing his right knee after surgery in April.

Marner’s status could change over the next 10 days. There are no signs pointing to a deal but there is a belief that the parties might be closing in on a three-year contract with an average annual value of $9.5 million (U.S.) — in short, a lucrative bridge deal before what could be an even bigger payday.

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In the meantime, Hyman’s timeline remains uncertain. He’s been in rehab mode since undergoing surgery for a torn anterior cruciate ligament. He has begun skating lightly but he’ll start the season on the injury list.

The absence of the two wingers presents a serious problem for Leafs GM Kyle Dubas and head coach Mike Babcock. William Nylander’s performance after missing the first two months of the season last year because of a contract impasse — seven goals in 54 games, one in his first 23 — showed the value of training camp and the importance of having your top players together before the season opens.

A Tavares contingency plan must already be in the works. It’s a certainty the line’s playing style and chemistry will change, even if Hyman is the only player needing replacement. Babcock often refers to Hyman as one of “the best” puck retrievers in the NHL. And while there is no Hyman clone on the roster or depth chart, if size is being considered for a replacement, the Leafs have interesting prospects in rookie Russian wingers Ilya Mikheyev and Yegor Korshkov. Marlies standouts Mason Marchment and Jeremy Bracco could also get a good look during camp.

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Among players on the NHL roster, top-six forward Andreas Johnsson could move to the top line in a fill-in role. Trevor Moore and former Devils forward Kenny Agostino might be options too.

Replacing Marner would be a far more difficult task. Nylander and Kasperi Kapanen are likely the two top candidates, and it would become a stretch to ask anyone else to step into such a void. Jason Spezza, who has played with Tavares internationally, could be a dark horse candidate — also adding depth in the faceoff circle — but, at 35, his best offensive years are behind him.

Part of the problem in shuffling the roster to find wingers for Tavares is the trickle-down effect with the rest of the lines. If Nylander, Johnsson or Kapanen has to step up, then Auston Matthews’ line will also be affected. And the Leafs are already reworking their third and fourth lines after an off-season where they lost such key players as Nazem Kadri, Connor Brown and Patrick Marleau.

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Spezza, Agostino, Nick Shore and Alex Kerfoot were brought in to take on key roles or increase the competition for one of the several openings up front.

Still, adjusting to new linemates should make for a relatively calm fall for Tavares compared to the summer of 2018, when he left the Islanders as a free agent to join the Leafs, thrilling one fan base and infuriating another. He appears to be fully recovered from the oblique injury that took him out of the world championship in May.

Life as a Leaf, though, is never uneventful. The Leafs’ captaincy has been vacant for three seasons and there is talk the team will finally name someone to wear the C this year. Tavares is a leading candidate.

  • If Jake Gardiner was to return to the Leafs on a one-year deal, it would be interesting to see how the Leafs fit him in financially, especially with Marner still unsigned. Toronto would almost certainly have to dump a defenceman to accommodate Gardiner, who earned a little more than $4 million (U.S.) a year in his last contract. The Leafs did an admirable job in shoring up their defence in the off-season with acquisitions Tyson Barrie, Cody Ceci, Ben Harpur and Jordan Schmaltz. One of those newcomers might have to go if the Leafs need to get creative with their cap space.
  • The Leafs’ depth chart suggests Freddie Andersen’s backup will come from the trio of Michael Hutchinson, Michal Neuvirth and prospect Joseph Woll. Barring injury or a complete fall-off in performance, Neuvirth and Hutchinson should battle to the end of camp before the backup is named.

Mark Zwolinski is a sports reporter based in Toronto. Follow him on Twitter: @markzwol

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Kyle Dubas vowed he would, and he did. You’ll forgive the legions of armchair sports executives out there for rightly assuming they probably could have done it, too — at least, at those prices. Still, more than a year after vowing to figure out a way to fit the young trio of Auston Matthews, William Nylander and Mitch Marner under a salary cap crowded by John Tavares’ $77-million arrival — “We can, and we will,” has since become the GM’s signature phrase — Dubas finally jammed the last giant piece into that complicated jigsaw on Friday. It’ll be up to Maple Leaf fans to decide whether it was a bad omen that Mitch Marner scored $65 million (all figures U.S.

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