Maple Leafs GM Kyle Dubas Is Very Frank About Future Plans

It's been another disappointing spring for the Toronto Maple Leafs and GM Kyle Dubas. His contract is up and whether or not he returns is a hot topic of debate and discussion around Leafs Nation. 

There are other GM openings around the league, and perhaps he'd be interested in getting out of the Toronto cauldron and taking a job elsewhere? Here's what the soon-to-be-unsigned Dubas thinks about his immediate future: 

The GM said it's Toronto or bust for him next season. After consulting with his family, his options would either be re-signing in Toronto or just taking time away from hockey "to recalibrate." He added that we won't be seeing him pop up elsewhere this summer in consideration for another team's GM job. 

Despite finally making it past the first round, the Leafs' easy elimination at the hands of the Florida Panthers in the second-round leaves Dubas and the team in generally the same state of dismay—and even more disarray—as the previous seven years. 

And if he does stick around in Toronto, as for the moves he would look to make this summer? Pretty much everything is fair game. Even trading one of the Core 4. 

"I would take nothing off the table at all."

One way or the other, it's going to be a seismic summer in Leafs Nation. 

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