The Toronto Maple Leafs have bought out the remaining four years of center Mikhail Grabovski's contract, according to a TSN report.
Grabovski, 29, had four years and $21.5 million left on his contract. The Maple Leafs will be charged $5.5 million per season against the salary cap. This is the second of two allowed compliance buyouts for Toronto, who cut defenseman Mike Komisarek last week.
Grabovski scored just nine goals and had seven assists during the lockout-shortened season. He set career highs with 29 goals and 58 points two years ago.