Surprised any of those have the Leafs losing something. Most Leaf fans thumb it up regardless.
No they dont lol.
The Nylander signing was a good signing. It was an overpay by like 250-500k max for a holdout (which is pretty good considering). People were pissed at him so the bitter ones said bad contract (disregarding reality). Remember how all the other fan bases thought it would be way over 7? (7.5 seemed to be the fan favourite, but I saw many for 8+).
The Muzzin deal was fair. Muzzin has been great already (and exactly what TOR needed let me tell you, physicality plus a point shot and good defensive awareness etc.)
LA got two B prospects and a 1st, which is about expected for that deal (it is very similar to the mcdonaugh deal, which was done before he started to go for the norris obviously)
Both team got what they wanted for pieces that weren't in the plan. Win-win (aka fair trade). Some thought it was an overpayment (it really was not, they are over valuing Durzi if they think that), and some looked at it from the leafs perspective of giving up nothing important for a #2 Dman.
The Matthews contract has a good aav, but is too short. If it were even one year longer it would likely be even on the yays and nays. Either way, Matthews got both his aav and small term, so it was not as good a deal it could have been.
But think about it, how bad can something be if your primary complaint is that there isn't enough of it?