Boston signed the 36-year-old to a one-year, $1.2 million free-agent contract last summer, and through Sunday his team-best 15 goals put Andreychuk on pace to surpass 40 for the first time since he tallied 53 goals in the 1993-94 season.
MAPLE LEAFS F
After an arbitrator awarded the 30-year-old a $2.8 million salary last summer, Boston walked away from him, making Khristich a free agent. Toronto gave him a four-year, $10.35 million deal in October, and he had seven goals and 14 points in 22 games.
The Verdict: Andreychuk provides more bang for the buck, but Khristich is more versatile. It's not our money, so we'll take Khristich.