As reported by everybody, Morgan Rielly's three-year entry-level deal was signed Friday afternoon. Not too much of a story here because it's rare that a team won't sign its first round pick.
However it's interesting that the Leafs stuck with the three-year term. For the new collective bargaining agreement, part of the owners' proposal was to lengthen entry-level deals to five years. The Leafs aren't the only team to sign their first rounder, but I'm wondering whether there was no thought on the part of the team to "well, why don't we see if ELCs are lengthened in the CBA"?
But that's a minor