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Forum: Armchair-GMJun. 14 at 12:20 p.m.
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>GRIFFIN95</b></div><div>From a Leaf fan perspective:

- We see a team that, to be frank, overachieved this year. That doesnt mean they cant do it again, i like what the kings are building. Adding muzzin could be a good addition next season.
- I see a team with 1 left shot D under contract.
- A team Muzzin is comfortable and familiar with
- A team that <strong>Muzzin</strong> will accept to go to. He has a NTC.

I also doubt the Kings will take him back, but out of 31 teams the leafs could trade him to, they are the most likely destination if he moves at all.</div></div>

All of those points have been address ad nauseum, though, from a Kings perspective.

- There are cheaper options with a more reliable health bill that can fill in a spot if they need. Namely, Maatta and Edler would both be cheaper, willing to sign short contracts, and have played in TMac's system already. And there are more expensive options that are SIGNIFICANTLY better than Muzzin and worth the extra cost if the Kings decide to go that route -- ie Chychrun, Provorov/Sanheim, or Sergachev.

- The 1 LD under contract is going to be addressed very soon. Mikey Anderson (our #1LD) will probably be getting a contract somewhere between $3-4mil and anchors the top pair with Drew Doughty. Jacob Moverare will be qualified. And like I said, if absolutely necessary, the Kings will go a cheaper contract for Edler or Maatta to round out the left side.

- Points 3 and 4 have to be made under the assumption that BOTH teams want that. And I'm fairly confident LA doesn't. We have a lot of love for Muzzin and what he provided for LA during our strong years. But his time with this organization has passed.
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