Done Deal: Maple Leafs Acquire Matt Murray From the Senators

The Toronto Maple Leafs have their goalie as the team has swung a deal with the Ottawa Senators for goaltender Matt Murray. The two-time Stanley Cup champion heads to Toronto, a place where he's a familiar face to many.

Last season was one to forget for Murray as he fought off the injury bug to appear in 20 NHL games and also saw two games of action in the AHL. The 28-year-old former Sault St Marie Greyhound, now faces the pressure of performing under the bright lights in Toronto. Certainly a gamble for general manager Kyle Dubas, who is in the final season of his contract and has known Murray for many years.

Murray posted a .906 save percentage last season and makes his way to the blue and white after recent contract talks with pending free-agent Jack Campbell went nowhere. Campbell has now become a prime target for either the Edmonton Oilers or Washington Capitals.

The trade sees Ottawa retain 25% of Murray's contract over the course of the next two seasons and two draft picks head to Toronto. 

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