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Toronto Maple Leafs fans celebrate in downtown Toronto as we look at the odds for the Maple Leafs' next GM.
Toronto Maple Leafs fans celebrate in downtown Toronto after beating Tampa Bay Lightning in game 6 in the first round of their 2023 Stanley Cup playoffs on April 29, 2023. Toronto Maple Leafs broke a 19-year playoff series drought. Photo by Mert Alper Dervis/Anadolu Agency via AFP.

The Toronto Maple Leafs are looking for their next general manager and we have odds! Read on as we explore who will be the Maple Leafs' next GM.

The Toronto Maple Leafs dismissed general manager Kyle Dubas on Friday, roughly a week after the team's loss in five games to the Florida Panthers during the second round of the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Maple Leafs president Brendan Shanahan has begun his search for Dubas' replacement, and the executive who will be charged with trying to end the franchises' now-56-year Stanley Cup drought. Bettors can already wager on who will be the Maple Leafs' next GM via the odds from Sports Interaction.

Odds for Maple Leafs' next GM

Note: Sports Interaction is a legal and regulated sportsbook only in Ontario.

Brandon Pridham+195
Ryan Hardy+200
Doug Gilmour+4000
Hayley Wickenheiser+5000
Brad Treliving+700
Jason Botterill+500
Brad Holland+800
Marc Bergevin+1000
Ron Hextall+500
Brian Burke+750
Ray Whitney+1000
Scott Nichol+1500
Eric Lindros+6500
Michael Futa+700
Jim Benning+400
Mike Keenan+7500
Brad Pascall+3000

Check out our 2023 Stanley Cup odds and Conn Smythe Trophy odds.

Who'll be Maple Leafs' next GM?

The favorite: Brandon Pridham

Pridham, formerly Toronto's assistant to the general manager, was promoted to assistant general manager in May 2018. Serving under Dubas since that time, the logical expectation would be for Pridham to also be leaving the organization unless promoted again to the GM role.

He worked for the NHL after previously being in scouting before joining the Maple Leafs. The 44-year-old could make the most sense if Shanahan and the rest of the Leafs' brass feel the best move this offseason is to completely rebuild the on-ice roster and begin a longer reconstruction process through the draft.

Who the fans want: Doug Gilmour

Sports Interaction isn't alone in offering the occasional betting option that baits die-hard fans in these sorts of markets. Gilmour, who played 393 games with the Maple Leafs over his Hall of Fame career, would be the preferred choice of many who bleed blue and white.

Though he's being given extremely long odds at +4000, Gilmour isn't entirely fool's gold. Since his playing career ended, the Kingston, Ontario native has served as the Leafs' player development advisor, assistant coach of the AHL's Toronto Marlies, head coach of the OHL's Kingston Frontenacs, general manager and president of the Fronts, and he's currently a community representative for the Leafs.

Sports Interaction

Wide Variety of Betting Options

Best pick: Jason Botterill

Botterill is the assistant general manager for the Seattle Kraken, a team that made it to the Western Conference semifinal in just its second season of existence. That's as far as the Maple Leafs' star-studded and highly expensive roster made it during Dubas' five seasons at the helm.

The former Buffalo Sabres winger will get plenty of credit for what the Kraken have accomplished since their expansion. Giving him an upgraded star core - including all or some combination of Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner, William Nylander, and John Tavares - could certainly ease his transition to a full-time role if the Leafs choose to retool and look to add cost-efficient pieces.

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