Holl (undisclosed) will play Wednesday versus the Senators, Lance Hornby of The Toronto Sun reports. Holl is expected to skate on the Maple Leafs' second pairing Wednesday. He's picked up a career high 20 points through 53 games this campaign.
Holl (undisclosed) is in doubt for Wednesday's matchup with the Senators, David Alter of The Hockey News reports. Holl set new career highs this season in assists (18), points (20) and ice time per game (21:11), including racking up six helpers in his previous eight contests. The Minnesota native could be a solid mid-range fantasy option once cleared to play.
Holl (undisclosed) didn't practice Monday and will be reassessed prior to Wednesday's game against the Senators, Lance Hornsby of the Toronto Sun reports. It's unclear if Holl's absence from Monday's practice was related to the puck to the face he took just over a week ago. Holl will hope to return to practice Tuesday, and if he does so, that would put him on track to assume his usual second-pairing role in Wednesday's game.
Holl (face) will return to Toronto's lineup for Thursday's matchup with Montreal, David Alter of The Hockey News reports. Holl is expected to return to a second-pairing role following his one-game absence. The 29-year-old blueliner has tallied 19 points while posting a plus-11 rating through 51 contests this season.
Holl (face) won't play in Monday's game against Montreal, Joshua Kloke of The Athletic Toronto reports. Coach Sheldon Keefe said Sunday that Holl felt "uncomfortable" at practice, but he doesn't believe the defenseman will miss much more time beyond Monday's contest after taking a puck to the face Saturday. The 29-year-old has had a strong season to this point, recording 19 points, 75 hits, 77 blocks and a plus-11 rating through 51 games. With Holl sidelined, look for Timothy Liljegren to enter the lineup in his absence.
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