Trevor Moore‘s salary for the next two years will come in at just a smidge above league minimum.
Hard to argue against that kind of value, right? Heck, even Martin Marincin stands to pull in a bigger paycheck for this coming season than what Moore will ultimately make, and I don’t think it’s much of a question as to which player is more likely to spend it in the AHL.
Full disclosure here: I’m a tad biased when it comes to Trevor Moore-related talking points, given how my affinity for the little guy dates back to the 2017 Rookie Tournament. That being said, I can still strap on my “objective goggles” and confidently declare that having a versatile winger who is capable of playing up and down the lineup, logging heavy minutes on the PK, and even chipping in offensively here and there under team control until the end of the 2021-22 season seems pretty darn good to me, regardless of what name is on the back of their jersey.
Actually, it might even be swell.
Locking Moore into the two-year, $1.555 million extension the Maple Leafs signed him to this past January means something. For teams that …
Author: Mike Stephens / The Leafs Nation