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Maple Leafs3.142.8524.71%
Eastern5th13th1st
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Curtis McElhinney, # 35
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPW-L-OTSOSV%GAA
135-4-01.9312.24
 
News
McElhinney made 37 saves in a 4-0 shutout win over the Hurricanes on Sunday.

McElhinney has been solid in the Leafs' net since his arrival in early January. While his record is just 3-3 in five starts (six appearances), McElhinney has allowed two or fewer goals in four of his five starts. He's solid in spot duty.

Roman Polak, # 46
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
54336440
 
Matt Hunwick, # 2
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
4911213412
 
Matt Martin, # 15
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
59437093
 
James van Riemsdyk, # 25
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
59192746-325
 
News
Van Riemsdyk had two assists in a 4-0 win over Carolina on Sunday night. He has three assists in his last eight games.

JVR had been in coach Mike Babcock's bad books this past week and had even found himself stapled to the bench for long stretches. But he showed up Sunday and that's great news for his owners. Just beware -- Van Riemsdyk doesn't have Mitch Marner on his line right now and that might depress his scoring.

Nazem Kadri, # 43
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
59252247-581
 
News
Kadri was named the NHL's second star of the week on Monday.

Kadri picked up points in four straight games; he had four goals and two assists. Kadri has already established a career high with 24 goals in 58 games and his 46 points are just four short of his best set in 78 games in 2013-14.

Tyler Bozak, # 42
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
56142438-316
 
Zach Hyman, # 11
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
5981523428
 
Jake Gardiner, # 51
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
59921302028
 
News
Gardiner notched an assist on William Nylander's game-tying power-play goal in the third period Tuesday, then buried the game-winner in overtime to secure a 5-4 victory over Winnipeg.

After failing to hit the scoresheet 12 times in a span of 13 games, Gardiner has exploded seemingly out of nowhere with five points in the Leafs' last two contests. His offense has come in fits and starts, but the bottom line is that Gardiner is now just one point off his career high (31, which he's done twice) while boasting a plus-20 rating that's light years better than any figure he's put up in the past.

Josh Leivo, # 32
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
917844
 
News
Leivo dished out a pair of assists and took four shots on goal in Tuesday's 5-4 overtime victory over Winnipeg.

He's lit aflame since being given a regular role in the lineup, ripping off eight points and 18 shots in his last five games. Leivo's 48 points in 51 AHL games last season are certainly suggestive of intriguing upside, and the quickness with which he's taking to the NHL all of a sudden bears noticing in fantasy. The 23-year-old may just be getting showcased for a trade, but either way, he skated 16:19 (with 3:19 of that on the power play) in this one, and if that degree of opportunity persists, he could very well keep putting up points at a decent clip.

Morgan Rielly, # 44
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
5332023-1317
 
Leo Komarov, # 47
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
59101222925
 
News
Komarov put home a pair of goals -- one on the power play -- in Tuesday's 5-4 overtime win against the Jets.

Not much of a producer all year long despite solid ice time, Komarov's quietly broken out lately, putting together a five-game point streak during which he has six total points (three on the power play) and 15 shots on goal. By way of comparison, he had six points in the prior 32 games combined. Komarov being the kind of player he is, you have to consider any points he notches to be a bonus on top of his elite production in the hits category (283 last year; 182 in 59 games this year).

Frederik Andersen, # 31
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPW-L-OTSOSV%GAA
4824-13-53.9132.81
 
News
Andersen will patrol the crease as Thursday's home starter versus the Rangers, David Alter of The Athletic reports.

The Danish tender will field pucks from a Rangers team that boasts the league's second-ranked shooting percentage and is third by means of averaging 3.32 goals per contest. Andersen is seeking to avenge his Jan. 19 loss to the Blueshirts, when he surrendered four goals on 40 shots at home.

Frederik Gauthier, # 33
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
19213221
 
News
Gauthier was recalled from the Toronto Marlies of the AHL on Tuesday.

The 2013 first-round pick's recall coincided with rookie sensation Mitch Marner (upper body) landing on injured reserve. Gauthier will center the Leafs' fourth line Tuesday against Winnipeg, replacing Ben Smith in the lineup. In 18 games with the Maple Leafs in 2016-17, Gauthier has averaged less than 10 minutes on ice per game, recording three points.

Connor Carrick, # 8
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
55257847
 
Injuries
Upper Body - Day-to-Day (Updated - 2/24/17)
News
Carrick (upper body) is listed as day-to-day, Paul Hendrick of Leafs TV reports.

It's unclear how many games he will miss at this point, but the general sentiment is that a day-to-day tag is a much better sign for Carrick than what many were expecting after he took a nasty hit from Mathieu Perreault during Tuesday's win over the Jets. Look for Alexey Marchenko to see more ice time if Carrick is sidelined for long.

Connor Brown, # 12
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
5914122658
 
News
Brown scored twice Sunday in a 4-0 win over Carolina. His first goal stood up as the winner.

Brown was impressive filling the injured Mitch Marner's boots alongside James Van Riemsdyk and Tyler Bozak, and will continue to roll there until Marner returns. That pushes his value up, at least in the short term.

William Nylander, # 29
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
58172542-322
 
News
Nylander leads the Maple Leafs and all NHL rookies with 19 power-play points and the entire league in power-play points-per 60 minutes (8.69).

Nylander operates on the right side of the top unit, while Auston Matthews rules the hash marks on the left. Nylander has crazy elite skills with the puck and the puck comes off his stick as quick as some of the best. He's approaching the Toronto rookie franchise mark for power-play points (25) and is within one goal of equalling the team's rookie goal mark.

Nikita Soshnikov, # 26
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
45437-110
 
Auston Matthews, # 34
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
59282452314
 
News
Matthews racked up three assists -- two on the power play, the other on the game-winning goal -- in Tuesday's 5-4 overtime victory against Winnipeg.

Is he good? He is good. This latest piece of work gives Matthews a cool 12 points in his last 10 games, and you have to give him a narrow edge over fellow Calder competitor Patrik Laine (two goals) in this one, as Matthews did after all achieve the desired outcome of winning. Those two are set to duke it out for the NHL's top rookie honors down the season's stretch run, with Laine currently edging Matthews by two goals with four games in hand.

Nikita Zaitsev, # 22
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
5922527-1124