With the Toronto Maple Leafs in a bit of a salary cap crunch and the emergence of Jack Campbell as a reliable starter, it's pretty much guaranteed that Frederik Andersen has played his final game with the Leafs.
Dealing with some tough injuries this year, Andersen has been very vocal that he still has plenty left to offer as an NHL goalie.
His future in the NHL might not be as an everyday starter and instead in a goalie tandem.
According to Dan Kingerski of Pittsburgh Hockey Now, the Penguins are ready to make a run at Andersen during free agency.
Kingerski adds that a split between the young Tristan Jarry and an experienced Andersen would give them a solid reliable presence between the pipes.
It's also believed that Andersen would benefit from a lighter workload compared to what he had in Toronto.
Do you think the Penguins would be a good fit for Andersen?