Maple Leafs' Frederik Andersen: Completely healthy as camp starts

Andersen is completely healthy heading into this season, reports the Toronto Star.

Last season, Andersen sat out the first part of training camp after suffering a concussion during a summer Olympic qualifier for Denmark. He didn't skate until Sept. 28 and it showed in his early-season results. The .851 save percentage he delivered in his first five games sent Leafs' faithful into a tailspin, but Andersen turned things around and played over 3,800 minutes in 66 games in his first year in blue and white. By season's end, that save percentage was .918 and fans were tattooing his number on their arms. Andersen should be a top-15 twinetender this season and a top-10 overall finish is within reach on this rising team.

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