The Toronto Maple Leafs have not yet announced their Qualifying Offers to RFAs.
The two important choices are known, however:
Ondřej Kaše will become an unrestricted free agent after not being tendered a qualifying offer by the #leafs, but sources say the door isn’t closed on a return.— Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) July 11, 2022
More on that situation and Toronto’s other QO decisions here ⬇️https://t.co/7Mu2CNfA8G
Pierre Engvall received a qualifying offer from the #leafs.— Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) July 11, 2022
RFAs who are not qualified become UFAs at noon on Wednesday. For those qualified, they can either negotiate a new deal, elect arbitration if eligible (Engvall is) or accept the qualifying offer beginning on Wednesday.
When we hear more through the grapevine, we’ll update this.
Kristiāns Rubīns nav saņēmis kvalifikācijas piedāvājumu no Toronto Maple Leafs, liecina @Sportacentrs informācija. Tādējādi 24 gadus vecais aizsargs kļuvis par NHL brīvo aģentu un meklēs jaunu komandu— Ulvis Brože (@UlvisBrozhe) July 11, 2022
I’m sure many of you speak Latvian, but for those who don’t:
Christian Rubin has not received a qualifying offer from the Toronto Maple Leafs, according to reports @Fitness center information. Thus, the 24-year-old defenseman has become an NHL free agent and will be looking for a new team
Confirmation on Sandin:
Rasmus Sandin, Pierre Engvall recieve QOs from Leafs … Ondrej Kase and the minor leaguers did not … and much more from a busy Monday … https://t.co/Q9ACWugm3U— Kevin McGran (@kevin_mcgran) July 11, 2022
No word on Ian Scott.
And finally some word:
At some point we may know Scott’s health status. I hope he’s well.