Taking Stock: A look at the Toronto Maple Leafs prospect trade chips ahead of 2024 deadline

The Toronto Maple Leafs haven't had the season the team or perhaps even its fans anticipated, but they're starting to look like themselves again just in time for the trade deadline.

They've gone on a 12-3-0 run since the middle of January, punctuated by a seven-game winning streak as of this writing, and perhaps most critically, finally started to stack up some regulation wins along the way. It's just the sort of run that can convince a team's general manager to push their chips in with a big-ticket acquisition or two to help get their group over the top.

Better still, this team is reasonably well-positioned to take a couple of home run cuts ahead of the deadline, with around $2.9-million in cap space (according to our friends at CapFriendly), their first-round pick in this year's draft, and

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