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Nov 26, 2022 0 0 0 3
Nov 21, 2022 0 0 -1 2 -1
Nov 19, 2022 0 0 0 2
Nov 17, 2022 0 0 -1 3 -1
Nov 17, 2022 1 0 1 3 -1

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2022 136.5 2 2 4 2 11:15
2021
2019 24.56.1 4 8 12 -9 11:58
3y Avg. 8.258.3 1 3 4 -2 11:43
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Producing in limited role

    Malgin recorded an assist in Friday's 4-2 loss to the Penguins. Malgin has been highly productive on the fourth line, adding two goals, two assists and a plus-5 rating through 11 games. Here's a guy averaging only 11:13 of ice time but seemingly making the most of his opportunities.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Scores second goal of season

    Malgin contributed a goal in a 4-3 overtime loss to Anaheim on Sunday. William Nylander fed the puck to Malgin, who found himself alone against goaltender John Gibson. Malgin was able to beat Gibson with a backhander for his second goal and point in six games this season. Nick Robertson also registered an assist on the play. Malgin has been a frequent scratch early in the season, as this was just his second time seeing the ice in the past six contests.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Shuffled off second line

    Malgin will be replaced on the second line by Nick Robertson, reports Jonas Siegel of The Athletic. Malgin scored a goal in his first game with the Leafs, but saw his ice time plummet to 8:44 on Monday against the Coyotes. It remains to be seen if Malgin will end up in the press box or on a lower line.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Scores go-ahead goal

    Malgin scored to briefly put the Maple Leafs in the lead, but the Canadiens rallied to earn a 4-3 win on Wednesday. Malgin, appearing in his first NHL game since 2019-20, continues to score key goals. The 25-year-old center scored at 9:06 of the second period, which provided the Maple Leafs with a short-lived lead. He tends to score big goals when he gets into the NHL lineup. During Malgin's second season (2018-19), 10 of his 11 goals either pulled the Panthers even or gave them the lead. The trouble for fantasy owners is that Malgin only has 29 tallies in 193 career games.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Makes emphatic case for roster spot

    Malgin scored the game-winning goal Saturday in a 5-1 preseason win over the Red Wings. He has stated his case for a spot on the Opening Night roster. Malgin had four goals and four assists in six preseason contests and his goal Saturday night was called "crispy" by teammate Auston Matthews. Malgin turned the Wings' defender inside-out before beating Jussi Olkinuora glove side midway through the second. On Sunday, the Leafs waived several players ostensibly to make room for the tiny talent on their roster come Wednesday. Malgin won't put up points like he did in the preseason, but he does have some pedigree and should chip in offensively on the Leafs' third line.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Coach impressed with play at camp

    Malgin has impressed coach Sheldon Keefe early in training camp, reports TSN.ca. Keefe likes Malgin's hunger and competitiveness away from the puck, especially in pursuit of the disc. The five-foot-nine forward is crafty with the puck once he has it -- he delivered 21 goals and 52 points in 48 games last season with Zurich in the Swiss League. Stronger two-way play is key to earning a spot on the lower lines in Toronto.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Receives one-year contract

    Malgin signed a one-year contract with the Maple Leafs on Wednesday, per PuckPedia. Malgin signed a four-year deal with ZSC Lions in Switzerland last fall, but it appears the Maple Leafs are willing to give the 25-year-old another try. His one-year deal in Toronto is one-way, which bodes well for him playing in the NHL for at least part of the campaign. Malgin certainly looked better in the Swiss league with 52 points in 48 contests last year.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Pens Swiss deal

    Malgin signed a four-year contract with Swiss club ZSC Lions on Monday. Malgin was issued a qualifying offer by the Leafs, so his NHL rights will continue to be held by the team should he try to make an NHL return in the future, though that seems unlikely at this point considering he is 24 years of age and just agreed to a four-year deal. If this is Malgin's last hurrah in North America, he would eventually retire having played in 192 games for Florida and Toronto in which he tallied 28 goals and 32 helpers.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Added to taxi squad

    Malgin was reassigned to Toronto's taxi squad Monday. The 24-year-old Russian has 192 games of NHL experience under his belt between the Panthers and Maple Leafs, but none of those have come this season. Malgin will hope to get into game action over Toronto's final two regular-season contests.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Clears waivers

    Malgin cleared waivers Wednesday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports. Since he went unclaimed on waivers, Malgin will be able to report straight to the Maple Leafs' AHL affiliate upon the conclusion of his season in the Swiss League.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Placed on waivers

    The Maple Leafs waived Malgin on Tuesday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports. Malgin is currently playing with Lausanne HC of the Swiss league, where he's picked up 11 goals and 22 points in 19 games this season. The 23-year-old forward will likely be assigned to the Maple Leafs' AHL affiliate once the Swiss league's season comes to an end.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Headed to Switzerland

    The Maple Leafs have loaned Malgin to Lausanne HC of the Swiss league. Malgin was a rotational player for the Panthers and Maple Leafs in 2019-20, totaling four goals and 12 points in 44 games split between the two clubs. He'll return to Toronto ahead of next season's training camp, but he'll likely fill a similar role in 2020-21, so he won't be a viable fantasy option.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Signs one-year deal

    Malgin agreed to terms on a one-year, $700,000 contract with Toronto on Friday. Malgin -- who was acquired via trade from Florida in February -- was limited to just eight regular-season contests for Toronto in which he registered three shots, nine hits and a minus-3 rating while averaging 10:21 of ice time. The Swiss international could struggle for minutes next season, especially if the club brings back Kyle Clifford and/or Jason Spezza.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: On ice Monday

    Malgin (undisclosed) practiced with the team Monday. Malgin skated on the fifth line in Monday's practice session, so fantasy players shouldn't be expecting him to see much in terms of minutes this postseason. Even if somebody else gets hurt, the Swiss native is likely behind Nicolas Petan and Frederik Gauthier on the organizational depth chart.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Unfit to participate

    Malgin (undisclosed) wasn't on the ice for Monday's training camp session, Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports. Considering Malgin went pointless in his last eight games, he likely won't offer much in terms of fantasy value even if he does play during the play-in series clash with Columbus. Even healthy, the winger is far from a lock to play and could find himself watching from the press box.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Flipped via trade

    Malgin was acquired by Toronto from Florida on Wednesday in exchange for Mason Marchment. The move to bring in Malgin comes as the Leafs announced Andreas Johnsson (knee) underwent knee surgery and will miss the next six months. While the 22-year-old Malgin won't be a straight replacement for Johnsson, he at least should provide Toronto with some added depth scoring. The Switzerland native figures to slot into a bottom-six role, perhaps as early as Thursday's matchup with Pittsburgh.
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  • Panthers' Denis Malgin: Tallies helper in return to lineup

    Malgin picked up an assist in Monday's 5-3 victory over the Maple Leafs. With Brian Boyle a late scratch in Monday's contest, Malgin drew into only his second game since Jan. 7. His assist gives him two points over his last two games, but head coach Joel Quenneville seems reluctant to use Malgin unless injuries require it. Malgin has four goals and 11 points in 33 games this season.
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  • Panthers' Denis Malgin: Quiet in return to lineup

    Malgin had two shots and a hit in a 4-1 win over the Penguins on Sunday. After sitting out in the past four games, Malgin returned to the lineup as the fourth-line center in Sunday's victory. He skated 11:17 in only his second appearance in the Panthers' last nine games. Malgin started the season off promising with nine points in the first 12 games but hasn't registered a point since Nov. 7.
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  • Panthers' Denis Malgin: Sits out again

    Malgin sat out for the second straight game in Sunday's 5-1 win over the Sharks. With the call-up of Aleksi Saarela, Malgin has lost his third-line center spot. Malgin had only managed one point with a minus-10 rating in his last 16 games, so head coach Joel Quenneville is hoping Saarela will be a better presence down the middle. It's likely that Malgin will stay in the NHL and draw back in at some point -- he would have to pass through waivers to be reassigned to the AHL.
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  • Panthers' Denis Malgin: Skids after hot start

    Malgin was minus-2 with two shots and two hits in Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Jets. After a mid-October stretch of eight points in eight games, Malgin has gone quiet offensively. He only has one point over his last eight games, going minus-6 with 13 shots over that stretch. If Malgin can't get his offense going, the Panthers may take a second look at bringing Henrik Borgstrom up from AHL Springfield. Borgstrom has five points in nine games with the Thunderbirds and played 50 games last season for the Panthers.
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