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Sports Leafs deal Matt Martin to Islanders for minor-league goalie Eamon McAdam

15:07  04 july  2018
15:07  04 july  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

Maple Leafs sign Connor Carrick, Calvin Pickard

  Maple Leafs sign Connor Carrick, Calvin Pickard The Toronto Maple Leafs signed defenceman Connor Carrick and goalie Calvin Pickard to one-year contracts on Wednesday. Carrick's deal is worth US$1.3 million, while Pickard's is valued at $800,000.The 24-year-old Carrick had 12 points (four goals, eight assists) in 47 games with the Maple Leafs this past season.In 167 career NHL games with the Maple Leafs and Washington Capitals, the Orland Park, Ill., native has registered nine goals and 21 assists.Carrick was acquired by Toronto in a trade with Washington on Feb. 28, 2016.He was originally selected in the fifth round (137th overall) of the 2012 NHL draft.

Leafs deal Matt Martin to Islanders for minor - league goalie Eamon McAdam | CBC Sports. The Toronto Maple Leafs have traded forward Matt Martin to the New

The Leafs get minor - league goalie Eamon McAdam in the deal . Rob Pizzo breaks down how the Leafs were able to get the biggest free agent on the The move comes two days after the Leafs beat out the Islanders for marquee free agent John Tavares, who had been with New York since starting

a hockey game in the snow: The Toronto Maple Leafs have traded forward Matt Martin to the New York Islanders for minor-league goaltender Eamon McAdam. © Claus Andersen/Getty Images The Toronto Maple Leafs have traded forward Matt Martin to the New York Islanders for minor-league goaltender Eamon McAdam.

Matt Martin is going back to the New York Islanders.

The Toronto Maple Leafs have dealt the feisty forward to the Islanders, who drafted the Windsor, Ont., native in 2008. The Leafs get minor-league goalie Eamon McAdam in the deal.

Martin signed a four-year, US$10-million US deal with the Leafs prior to the 2016 season. After playing every game in his first season with the Leafs, Martin suited up for just 50 games this past season and did not dress for Toronto's seven-game playoff series against the Boston Bruins.

What happened to the draft picks the Leafs traded away?

  What happened to the draft picks the Leafs traded away? Four draft picks that used to belong to the Maple Leafs were used on draft day. Who went where? Teams trade draft picks all the time, and few teams hang on to all of their original picks in each draft, so for the fun of it, here’s all the picks at the 2018 NHL Entry Draft that started out as Toronto’s and who was selected with them by some other team: Pick #25 This pick was traded on the draft floor to St. Louis for the 29th and the 76th. The Blues initiated this trade and traded up to take forward Dominik Bokk. So, that means they didn’t take Joe Veleno either. Huh. Bokk is the German winger playing in the SHL and the Swedish junior league. He’s a teammate of Pontus Holmberg, who the Leafs selected with a much later pick. Bokk was ranked 18 on Bob McKenzie’s consensus rankings, but the middle portion of that list did not get drafted as expected. Pick #56 This pick went to Montréal as part of the Tomas Plekanec trade. The Habs took Jacob Olofsson. He’s a Swedish centre who was ranked 40th on McKenzie’s list. The Leafs passed him by to take Sean Durzi at 52. Pick #87 This pick has been on an odyssey. The Leafs gave it up as the compensation pick for signing Lou Lamoriello, so if the hockey gods had been paying attention, it should have ended up with the Islanders. Instead, the Devils traded it to the Capitals as part of the Marcus Johansson deal. The Capitals traded it to Chicago as part of the Michal Kempny trade, which is likely the smartest deadline deal made last season.

Matt Martin to Islanders while Leafs ' captaincy likely goes to John Tavares. # Leafs aquire goalie Eamon McAdam , who is on the final year of his Entry Level contract which carries a cap hit Send me alerts, event notifications and special deals or information from our carefully screened partners that

The Leafs get minor - league goalie Eamon McAdam in the deal . Martin signed a four-year, -million deal (U.S.) with the Leafs prior to the 2016 season. After playing every game in his first season with the Leafs , Martin suited up for just 50 games this past season and did not dress for Toronto’s

In 132 games for the Leafs, the 29-year-old Martin had eight goals, 13 assists and 173 penalty minutes.

Eamon McAdam was a third-round pick of the Islanders in 2013. © Bruce Bennett/Getty Images Eamon McAdam was a third-round pick of the Islanders in 2013.

The 23-year-old McAdam split the 2017-18 season between Bridgeport of the AHL and Worcester of the ECHL. A third-round pick of the Islanders in 2013, McAdam has not played in the NHL.

The move comes two days after the Leafs beat out the Islanders for marquee free agent John Tavares, who had been with New York since starting his NHL career in 2009.

William Nylander is the last player who will bite into the Leafs cap space .
Or so it seems right now. How much will be left over when his contract is signed in case the Leafs want to add another player? We last looked at the full list of Maple Leafs cap hits before the draft. Since then, much has changed, including some trades, some signings, and with about two months to go before the start of training camp, the Leafs have enough players signed at all positions to put a 23-man roster together. Only the cap hits of the 23-man roster count against the cap, along with some odds and ends of extras. The only player without a contract is William Nylander. By making some assumptions about who is likely to be on the roster/sitting as extra players in the pressbox, this is what the salary cap picture looks like: The bottom line, $12 million and change, is much more than enough to contain Nylander’s contract. Bear in mind that the Leafs can spend that full $12 million, then assign Nathan Horton to LTIR, and have a pool of $5.3 million to use to add even more players. The arguments for and against doing that largely revolve around ensuring that performance bonuses that might be earned this season get absorbed by this season’s salary cap and don’t roll over into 2019-2020. Bonuses cannot be absorbed by the LTIR pool, so to avoid a bonus carryover again, the Leafs would have to stay under the cap with Horton’s salary figured in, and in addition, have the cap space at the end of the year to cover those bonuses.

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