It has already been an eventful 2014 offseason for the Toronto Maple Leafs with the hiring of new team president Brendan Shanahan, but more change is sure to come.
Shanahan and general manager Dave Nonis recently gave head coach Randy Carlyle a vote of confidence in extending his contract.
This move signals that the Leafs are likely to add more of a veteran presence and more size to the team.
Scoring goals was not a major issue for the Leafs in 2013-14, though they could use some extra secondary scoring. Retrieving the puck and defending in the neutral and defensive zones were much bigger concerns.
Let's take a look at how the Leafs should fill their biggest needs.