Today the Toronto Maple Leafs have announced they’ve signed Trevor Moore to a two-year extension.
The contract extension carries an average annual value of $775,000 ($750,000 in 2019-20, $800,000 in 2020-21).
The Leafs haven’t officially announced if this is a one-way deal, but that seems likely. Moore will lose his waiver exemption next season, and with his bargain contract, less than even a player on an ELC makes, he’s well placed to be on the Leafs roster out of training camp.
His AHL seasons have shown steady progression in important measures like shot rate and five-on-five points, all while he’s playing in a very un-sheltered role on the third line.