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Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: In action against Jets
Sandin (illness) will be back in the lineup versus Winnipeg on Thursday, Jonas Siegel of The Athletic reports.
In addition to his five-on-five role, Sandin is expected to link up with the No. 2 power-play unit, which should give him some increased opportunities to get onto the scoresheet. With 15 points through 40 games this year, the 22-year-old blueliner should be a lock to get over the 20-point threshold for the first time and could even push for 30, making him a decent mid-range fantasy target.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Ruled out versus Cats
Sandin (illness) will not be available against Florida on Tuesday, Joshua Kloke of The Athletic Toronto reports.
Sandin was able to skate Tuesday but won't be ready in time to suit up versus the Panthers. Without Sandin in the lineup, Jordie Benn figures to play in just his second game of 2023. Once healthy, Sandin should be right back into the lineup, though he'll be hard-pressed to offer more than mid-range fantasy value given his lack of offensive upside.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Dealing with illness
Sandin sat out Monday's practice with an illness, David Alter of Sports Illustrated reports.
Toronto currently has a flu bug going around the room. Sandin has 15 points, 44 shots on goal, 45 blocks and 89 hits in 40 games this season. If he can't play Tuesday versus Florida, Jordie Benn is slated to fill in on the back end.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: First goal in 11 games
Sandin scored a goal in a 4-1 loss to Detroit on Toronto on Thursday.
He first a shot that deflected off Dylan Larkin's stick in the second and past Ville Husso. It was Sandin's first goal in 11 games. The defender has carved out a regular role for the Leafs and is now one point away from equalling his career mark of 16 points, set last season in 51 contests. Sandin has played 39 games so far this year.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Set to return Tuesday
Sandin (neck) is expected to be back in the lineup Tuesday against St. Louis, David Alter of Sports Illustrated reports.
Sandin, who had been out since Dec. 20, was paired with Timothy Liljegren during Monday's practice. He has recorded 14 points, 33 shots on goal, 38 blocks and 74 hits in 33 games this season. Sandin's return will bump Conor Timmins from the lineup.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Is day-to-day
Sandin's (neck) recovery has progressed to the point where he's day-to-day, Leafs coach Sheldon Keefe told David Alter of Sports Illustrated on Tuesday.
Sandin missed Thursday's game against Philadelphia because of the injury. The 22-year-old was on the ice with the Maple Leafs during Tuesday's practice, and Keefe said he looked great. Sandin has two goals and 14 points in 33 games this season while averaging 18:06 of ice time.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Placed on injured reserve
Sandin (neck) was placed on injured reserve Thursday, Lance Hornby of The Toronto Sun reports.
Sandin was injured Tuesday and will be out through the Christmas break. He has two goals and 14 points in 33 contests this season.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Won't play Thursday
Sandin (neck) will miss Thursday's game against Philadelphia, per Jonas Siegel of The Athletic.
Sandin was injured during Tuesday's 4-1 victory against Tampa Bay. He has two goals and 14 points in 33 contests this season. Jordie Benn, who hasn't drawn into the lineup since being activated off the injured reserve list Dec. 15, might play because of Sandin's absence.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Won't return to contest
Sandin (neck) won't return to Tuesday's game versus the Lightning.
Sandin picked up a power-play assist on his final shift, though what caused his injury is unknown. If he misses time, Jordie Benn could be an option to enter the Maple Leafs' lineup Thursday versus the Flyers.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Two helpers in Tuesday's win
Sandin logged a pair of assists in Tuesday's 7-0 victory over Anaheim.
Sandin recorded the primary helper on Pierre Engvall's tally in the third period before picking up his second assist on Joey Anderson's goal later in the frame. Sandin now has back-to-back two-assist games as he continues to see more playing time with Victor Mete (lower body) and Morgan Rielly (knee) sidelined. The 22-year-old blueliner has seven points (two goals, five assists) in his last seven games as he's up to two goals and 11 assists through 30 games this season.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Nets insurance marker
Sandin scored a goal on two shots, blocked four shots, added two hits and went plus-2 in Tuesday's 4-0 win over the Stars.
Sandin scored in the second period to stretch Toronto's lead to 3-0. The goal was his second of the year -- both of them have been in the last four games. The 22-year-old defenseman has been a solid contributor with nine points, 25 shots on net, 67 hits, 34 blocked shots, 13 PIM and a plus-5 rating in 27 appearances. With injuries piling up on the Maple Leafs' blue line, Sandin should be able to retain a top-four role for a bit longer, though Jordie Benn (upper body), T.J. Brodie (oblique) and Morgan Rielly (knee) could all be back before the end of December.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Converts with less ice time
Sandin connected on a second-period marker and was credited with an assist during Monday's 4-2 win over the host Red Wings.
Sandin scored his first goal in 24 games Monday, developing off a primary assist by Auston Matthews. The 22-year-old defenseman has seven career goals in 112 outings. Sandin previously scored in back-to-back games last season (Feb. 28 and March 20). Sandin, who added two shots, two hits, two PIM and a plus-2 rating against the Red Wings, received 17:48 of ice time after earning at least 21:50 during his previous three appearances.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Role and opportunity increasing
Sandin led Leafs defenders in power-play time Friday in a 4-3 win over Minnesota.
The Leafs have lost their top four on the blue line, so Sandin has been pressed into an opportunity that many thought was over this head at this point in his career. But he has responded. On Friday, he was on PP1 and had 3:50 in ice time with the man advantage. And while he didn't get points, Sandin did lay three hits, fire two shots and block two more. And he has two assists in his last four games. Sandin may have some sneaky fantasy value over the next several weeks.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Sole defender on PP2
Sandin was the only defender on the second power-play unit at practice Wednesday, report Jonas Siegel of The Athletic.
Nick Robertson saw time on the PP at practice Wednesday in place of Jake Muzzin. Sandin has just one assist in four games so far this season, but will could see a scoring uptick as the lone defender.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Should play next weekend
Coach Sheldon Keefe said Sunday that the plan is to get Sandin some games at the end of the week, David Alter of Sports Illustrated reports.
Sandin won't play on Monday against Montreal, but he could be in the lineup for his preseason debut during a back-to-back set versus Detroit next weekend. Sandin took part in his first practice with the Leafs on Sunday after he signed a two-year deal Thursday to end his contract holdout.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Inks two-year deal
Sandin agreed to terms on a two-year, $2.8 million contract with Toronto on Thursday.
The timing of Sandin's new deal may be happenstance, but it certainly won't look that way after both Jordie Benn (groin) and Carl Dahlstrom (shoulder) suffered injuries in Wednesday's preseason matchup with Montreal. Considering Sandin will just be getting back on the ice for his first training camp sessions, it seems unlikely he will be ready to play against the Senators on Friday, but he should have plenty of time to get up to speed before Opening Night.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Remains unsigned
Sandin, a restricted free agent, has yet to sign a new contract with the Leafs and will miss the start of training camp, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports Wednesday.
Sandin's absence will be further compounded by the injury to Timothy Liljegren (groin). With both defensemen missing during camp, Jordie Benn and Victor Mete should get more opportunities to show team brass what they have and to earn a spot on the Opening Night roster.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Activated from LTIR
Sandin (knee) was activated from long-term injured reserve Thursday, per CapFriendly.
Sandin missed the last 20 games of the regular season and the first two in the playoffs. The defenseman will now be eligible to rejoin the lineup as soon as Friday's Game 3 versus the Lightning. Barring injuries on the Maple Leafs' blue line, it's unclear if Sandin will get much playing time in the postseason. If he does, Timothy Liljegren is most likely to exit the lineup.... See More ... See Less
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