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The Maple Leafs and Max Domi and Timothy Liljegren agree to new contracts.
Domi’s four-year contract has an average yearly value of approximately $3.75 million.

Max Domi and his teammate Timothy Liljegren are expected to sign two-year contracts with Toronto and the Maple Leafs, respectively, to extend their contracts for four years each.

Domi’s contract is worth roughly $3.75 million a year on average, according to Chris Johnston of the Athletic.

Late on Sunday afternoon, the Leafs declared that Nick Robertson, Alex Steeves, and Conor Dewar were now restricted free agents after extending qualifying offers to them. Since the team declined to extend Noah Gregor a qualifying offer, he will be free to sign with any team on Monday when the market opens.

At the annual Walk to Cure Diabetes fundraiser held earlier this month by the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Domi expressed his desire to stay with the Leafs to reporters. On Monday, he could have become an unrestricted free agent.

“Great if it works out. If not, I’ve had a great time throughout. In an interview with Mark Colley of the Star on June 9, the forward stated, “Wearing that jersey was a huge honor and huge privilege.”

“Hopefully it turns out, but time will tell. I’m past that right now. The agent and Brad Treliving, general manager of the Leafs, will speak and work things out on our end.


Along with his mother, two sisters, boyfriends, and girlfriend, Domi resides in Toronto. He claimed that despite having played in seven different NHL markets during his career, he always returns to Toronto in the summer.

In his debut season in Toronto, Domi, 29, earned $3 million while playing in 80 games and tallying nine goals and 38 assists.

The Athletic’s Jonas Siegel reports that Liljegren’s contract has a $3 million cap hit for the upcoming campaign.

Liljegren made $1.5 million in the previous season and was a restricted free agent prior to signing his new contract. In 50 games for Toronto, the 25-year-old defenseman recorded three goals and 20 assists.

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