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#Leafs D Mark Fraser has avoided salary arbitration, agreeing to 1 yr deal worth $1,275M.
— Tim Wharnsby (@WharnsbyCBC) July 30, 2013
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The Toronto Maple Leafs have reached a critical point in their off-season, as the arbitration hearing for defenseman Mark Fraser is scheduled to take place on Tuesday.
Fraser stands to be the first player to not reach a compromise deal with his club this summer and the outcome of his contract squabble may have consequences for him but also for defense partner and fellow restricted...
An observer of the week of silence in the Mark Fraser contract dispute with the Maple Leafs opined that "sometimes it's best to say nothing."
That played out Tuesday morning when the fiesty defenceman and the club dodged a date with NHL salary arbitrator Fred Horowitz and agreed to a one-year deal worth $1.275 million US.
It's not known yet who blinked with the...
Per Sportsnet Fan 590, the Maple Leafs and defenseman Mark Fraser have agreed on a 1 year deal for $1.275 Million, settling before the arbitration hearing that was scheduled for later today.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have avoided arbitration for the second straight RFA, the first being Carl Gunnarsson, as they have re-signed defenseman Mark Fraser to a one-year, $1.275 million contract. Fraser, 26 (will be 27 in September), was drafted by the New Jersey Devils in the 3rd round (84th overall) back in the 2005 NHL Draft. After playing two years [...]
The Toronto Maple Leafs salary cap situation is far from unmanageable, but with restricted free agents Cody Franson and Nazem Kadri still unsigned, the fit may be quite snug when both players are finally inked to new contracts.
According to Cap Geek, with the signing of defenseman Mark Fraser on Tuesday, Toronto has 21 players under contract for a total of $59,704,167, leaving...