The Toronto Maple Leafs and general manager Kyle Dubas have been pretty quiet so far this offseason.
That is of course mostly due to salary cap restraints however Dubas has some money set aside and he's looking for a winger.
Who might that winger be?
Well Dubas made a serious push for forward Brandon Saad but unfortunately Saad decided to head over to the St. Louis Blues.
Now it seems that Dubas has shifted his focus over to free agent Tomas Tatar.
Tatar has spent the last couple of seasons with the Montreal Canadiens where he registered 149 points in 198 games after coming over in the Max Pacioretty trade with Vegas.
While Tatar is known as a consistent 20 goal scorer in season there is a question mark.
Tatar was scratched by both the Montreal Canadiens and Vegas Golden Knights during their respective appearances in the Stanley Cup Finals.
Do you think Tatar would be a good solution on the left wing for the Leafs?