The Maple Leafs will be without Morgan Rielly for a second game when they take on the Colorado Avalanche on Monday night. Rielly did not skate and coach Mike Babcock gave no sense of when he expected his star defenceman back after injuring either his left shoulder or arm on Thursday. “He’s not going tonight,” said Babcock, who jokingly looked on the bright side. “I didn’t know what the heck I was going to do anyway.
Auston Matthews and James van Riemsdyk paid tribute Monday to USA Hockey executive Jim Johannson, who died in his sleep on Sunday at age 53. “It was a pleasure to get to know him,” Matthews said of Johannson. “He had such a positive impact on USA Hockey. Definitely sad news. “He was a great guy. Pretty laid back. Definitely cared about every player. He went above and beyond what he had to.” Johannson held many roles with USA Hockey, and was the general manager of the U.S Olympic team.
For most of his time under Babcock, Gardiner has been the more experienced defenceman on his pairing. He clicked last year with rookie Nikita Zaitsev, but since Zaitsev broke a foot in December, Gardiner’s playing partners have rotated. But now with No. 1 defenceman Morgan Rielly officially placed on injured reserve — the Leafs recalled Rinat Valiev from the Marlies as insurance — Gardiner is back in the spotlight. “He’s really solid defensively,” Gardiner said of his new partner.
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