TSN Toronto reporter Mark Masters checks in daily with news and notes from Maple Leafs practices and game-day skates. The Maple Leafs and Golden Knights skated at the Air Canada Centre on Monday. Auston Matthews took part in the initial line rushes before departing Toronto's morning skate on Monday after only a few minutes. "Matthews will be a game-time decision," Mike Babcock announced before a question could be asked at his news conference. "A little soreness, we'll see."
TSN Toronto reporter Mark Masters checks in daily with news and notes from Maple Leafs practices and game-day skates. The Maple Leafs held a team meeting at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Thursday morning. Kasperi Kapanen will play his second NHL game of the season on Thursday, but unlike in his debut on Saturday against the Flyers when he played just 7:31 in a fourth-line spot, the Finn will play a prominent role against the Kings slotting in beside Nazem Kadri and Leo Komarov.
ANAHEIM - This is a big night for Frederik Andersen in a couple ways. It will be his first start back in Anaheim since the trade to Toronto. Last year, he served as the back-up to Curtis McElhinney when the Leafs lost at the Honda Center. Andersen is still looking for his first win against his old team after dropping a 3-2 decision at the Air Canada Centre last November. And after a rocky start to the season, he’s also looking to build some momentum. “To me, that’s key for him ... that’s the No.
Matthews on Nylander snapping 11-game drought last night: “I’m sure he’s really relieved. I went through that last year (13-game drought) & it’s like the biggest weight off your shoulders. I’m sure he feels great. I saw him after the game & he had a big smile on his face."
Mike Babcock on @CFL East Final: "I’ll be there with bells on. I’ll have my jersey out. I even told Larry Tanenbaum, ‘I know we own the other team, but #RiderPride has been my team forever.’ My daughter’s coming in for the game, we’re looking forward to going."
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Selecting a term
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