TSN Toronto reporter Mark Masters checks in daily with news and notes from Maple Leafs practices and game-day skates. For the first time since sustaining a shoulder injury on Feb. 22, Auston Matthews skated in a regular sweater on Saturday. Previously he had been wearing a red non-contact uniform. "Just getting closer," he told TSN after Saturday's workout. "I feel like I can take some more contact and stuff as far as in practice.
TSN Toronto reporter Mark Masters checks in daily with news and notes from Maple Leafs practices and game-day skates. The team had a team meeting at the KeyBank Center in Buffalo on Thursday morning. The Sabres held a regular skate. Is Nazem Kadri expecting to mix it up with Rasmus Ristolainen again tonight? The Leafs centre and Sabres defenceman have had a feud brewing for a few games now, but Kadri isn't about to let it get personal.
Could this latest injury mean we don’t see the ‘real’ Matthews again this season? TSN Toronto reporter Mark Masters checks in daily with news and notes from Maple Leafs practices and game-day skates. The Leafs practised at the MasterCard Centre on Monday. Auston Matthews was on the ice for Toronto’s entire practice on Monday. It’s the first time he’s stayed out for a full session since sustaining a shoulder injury on Feb. 22.
Undermanned Bruins (98) beat the Lightning (100) in Tampa tonight to pull within two points of the division lead ... Boston has a game in hand on the Bolts & there's two more BOS-TBL showdowns this season
Leafs (93) visit Amalie Arena on Tuesday on TSN4
Babcock: "We like (Polak) just because he's big & he's hard. Just ask our guys who they don't want to play in practice everday. It's Polie ... he whacks lots of people & they know he's out there. We're light on the back anyway, so having a man back there is important."
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