So what does $42 million bring to the team?
On Dec. 1, 2018, William Nylander signed a six-year contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs for $42 million ...
but has he really made a difference?
Power Play Percentage
decrease in power play success with the multi-million dollar player.
Average Goals Per Game
Despite being the third-highest point scorer for the Leafs last season, nothing has really improved since his return.
Win percentage decrease since Dec. 1. Of course, there's more to the Leafs decline in success than Nylander, but for $6 million a year, the team isn't getting the expected bang for their buck.