The Toronto Maple Leafs have plenty of question marks and holes to figure out this offseason. 

General manager Kyle Dubas tried to build a one and done team this past year adding some gritty vets, unfortunately they were done in the first round. 

Dubas has been able to keep both Wayne Simmonds and Jason Spezza around for at least one more year though so far. 

But what about the younger core pieces?

Zach Hyman is set to become UFA and many believe he's a key part of the group both on and off the ice and has likely priced himself out of the Leafs' affordability. 

NHL insider Darren Dreger revealed the likely best contract offer Dubas could put on the table for Hyman. 

A 4-5 year deal that carries a $5million AAV. 

Many have speculated that Hyman could be looking at a minimum of $6million AAV on the open market, do you think he would take this type of hometown discount to stay in Toronto?


Source: Darren Dreger