Frankie Corrado, who has yet to play a game with the Toronto Maple Leafs, has not been completely forgotten by his former organization quite yet.
Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning alluded to the idea of bringing the defenceman back to the Canucks while doing an interview on TSN Radio 1040 Vancouver.
“We didn’t want him sitting around and not playing. But we’ll see what happens. I’ve been watching what’s going on with him in Toronto, so we’ll see what happens with that,” said Benning while on the B-Mac, Donnie & The Moj show Friday night.
Benning said they would "look at things" if he ever becomes available.
“I can’t comment on another team’s player, but usually when you pick up a player you play him," he said. "But that’s their business and I don’t want to get into what they do.”
The 22-year-old Corrado has not played a game with the Leafs this season after they picked him up off waivers in early October. Corrado played 28 games over three seasons with the Canucks prior to his arrival to Toronto.