From Mark Zwolinkski of the Toronto Star:
Fletcher will likely have Frogren in training camp under the contract the two sides signed a little over a week ago that will pay Frogren $2.1 million over two years.
The deal – which reportedly came with a $700,000 signing bonus – was rejected by the NHL July 9.
Yesterday afternoon, after 5 p.m., the players' association notified the league of its plans to grieve the league's decision. The process is expected to be lengthy – the grievance likely won't be heard until some time into next season.
Frogren will be allowed to play under terms of the current deal until the standoff is settled.
Read the entire article here.
With the Frogren hearing not expected for a while, the Leafs will have a chance to see the player they signed at training camp. However, you have to wonder if the contract issue will be distraction for the first year NHLer. Especially in media crazy Toronto.