Frank Corrardo and Peter Holland Agree to Deals With Toronto

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The Toronto Maple Leafs had a busy Monday as they were able to avoid arbitration hearings with Peter Holland and Frank Corrado. They came to terms with each player on a one-year deal respectively.

Frank Corrardo and Peter Holland Agree to Deals With Toronto

Holland had an arbitration hearing that was set for Monday, however, it was avoided when both sides agreed on a last minute one-year deal worth $1.3 million. Holland had asked for $2.1 million since he put up career highs in games played (67) and points (27), but the Maple Leafs didn’t budge. In fact the club waived the centre as they looked to strengthen their arbitration case. They were countering with an offer of $900,000 on a one year-deal.

Corrardo had his arbitration hearing scheduled for Tuesday. This was avoided as well when the two sides agreed to a one-year deal worth $600,000. The 23-year-old defenseman played in 39 games last season. He put up one goal and five assists in his first season with the Maple Leafs. The Leafs claimed Corrado off waivers from the Vancouver Canucks at the end of training camp last year.

One More Hearing for the Toronto Maple Leafs

Next up for the Maple Leafs will be Martin Marincin who also had a career high in games played (65) and in points (7). He is scheduled to have his arbitration case heard on August 2nd. Marcinin also had some excellent advanced stats in his limited ice-time.


Main Photo: Peter Holland chases the puck in a game against the Nashville Predators. Photo via Getty Images Sport.