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2021 -6-1 -6 17:40
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Available to play

    Timmins (illness) was activated from long-term injured reserve Saturday, per CapFriendly. Timmins missed more than a month with mononucleosis. The 25-year-old will serve as a depth option on defense for the Maple Leafs going forward.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Moves to LTIR

    Timmins (illness) was moved to long-term injured reserve Thursday. Timmins has played only 16 games in the 2023-24 campaign, registering one goal and five assists. The 25-year-old has averaged 15:45 of ice time over that stretch. He potentially could be back if the Leafs make a serious playoff push, but don't expect much production from him if he's able to get healthy.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Ready to return

    Timmins (illness) told reporters he has "turned the corner" and would be ready to play when needed, Lance Hornby of The Toronto Sun reports Tuesday. Timmins must still be activated off injured reserve before returning to the ice. The acquisition of Ilya Lyubushkin will only push Timmins further down the depth chart even once eligible to suit up. As such, fantasy players can likely pursue alternative options moving forward.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Out indefinitely

    Timmins has been diagnosed with mononucleosis and is considered out indefinitely, Mark Masters of TSN reports. He was moved to injured reserve Tuesday, per the NHL media site. The Maple Leafs will want to be sure Timmins is no longer contagious before allowing him to rejoin the team. The 25-year-old defender has picked up six points while averaging just 15:45 of ice time through 16 top-level appearances this year.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Unavailable Tuesday

    Timmins (illness) won't be an option Tuesday against the Blues, David Alter of The Hockey News reports. Timmins also wasn't available for Saturday's 5-3 loss to Ottawa. The Maple Leafs expect to know more about his status following an appointment Monday. Timmins has one goal, six points and 14 shots on net in 16 NHL appearances this campaign.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Dealing with illness

    Timmins (illness) won't be available to play Saturday versus Ottawa, per David Alter of The Hockey News. Timmins, who has been a healthy scratch for the past three games, should be considered day-to-day. Mark Giordano (lower body) won't play Saturday, so William Lagesson will fill in on the blue line. Timmins has six points, 14 shots on goal, 17 blocked shots and 18 hits across 16 appearances this season.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Back in lineup

    Timmins has dressed for the Leafs' last two games after being scratched in 13 of the previous 14 games. Timmins has offensive talent, but he can't crack the lineup with consistency because of his own-zone limitations. However, should an injury hit, he has the ability to step in and deliver on the power play. Timmins isn't roster worthy right now, but remember his name if he gets a decent opportunity.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Healthy scratch again

    Timmins was a healthy scratch in the Maple Leafs' last two games. The return of Timothy Liljegren has rebalanced the blue line, and Timmins is the odd man out given his defensive restrictions. He's more of an offensive option, so watch for him to draw into the lineup as the seventh man or if one of the power-play guys gets hurt. Either way, Timmins probably shouldn't be holding a spot on your fantasy roster.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Returns to action Friday

    Timmins (lower body) has been activated from long-term injured reserve and will be in the lineup Friday versus Chicago. Timmins will replace John Klingberg, who was placed on long-term injured reserve with an undisclosed injury Thursday. Timmins will line up with Simon Benoit as a third-pairing defenseman and quarterback the second power play. Timmins was outstanding in preseason action before his injury with a pair of goals and four assists in his first two games. He managed two goals and 14 points in 25 games with the Maple Leafs last season.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Might return Sunday

    Timmins (lower body) hasn't been ruled out Friday versus Detroit, but he's more likely to return for Sunday's game against Minnesota, coach Sheldon Keefe told Lance Hornby of The Toronto Sun on Wednesday. Timmins hasn't played yet this season due to the lower-body injury. He had two goals and 14 points in 27 contests in 2022-23 between Arizona and Toronto. When he returns, Timmins will likely serve in a third-pairing role.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Not close to returning

    Timmins (lower body) has resumed skating, but he's still "a ways away from playing," coach Sheldon Keefe informed Mark Masters of TSN on Wednesday. Timmins hasn't played yet this season due to his lower-body injury. He had two goals and 14 points in 27 contests between Arizona and Toronto while averaging 15:05 of ice time last year. When Timmins is healthy, he might serve on the Maple Leafs' bottom pairing.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Lands on LTIR

    Timmins (lower body) was placed on long-term injured reserve Monday, per CapFriendly. Now that he's on LTIR, Timmins will be sidelined until Nov. 2 versus Boston at a minimum. Once healthy, Timmins should step in as a rotational, bottom-pairing option for the Maple Leafs. He picked up 14 points through 25 games with Toronto last season.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Week-to-week

    Timmins (lower body) is considered week-to-week, per Chris Johnston of TSN. Head coach Sheldon Keefe said Monday that Timmins has a "significant" lower-body injury. The 25-year-old Timmins had two goals, 12 assists and 23 hits in 25 appearances with Toronto last season. He might begin the 2023-24 campaign on the injured reserve list.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Suits up at forward Tuesday

    Timmins played 9:12 in a 4-3 win over Tampa Bay on Tuesday. Timmins moved up to forward Tuesday night, and he ended up delivering one hit and one shot. It's his second appearance this month and since February. Given the depth of the Leafs' blue line, Timmins is likely to be a black ace through the postseason. However, he's inked through 2024-25 at a modest $1.1 million, so he could earn a 5/6/7 role next season.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Nets second goal of 2022-23

    Timmins scored a goal in Toronto's 5-2 victory over Chicago on Wednesday. Timmins scored at 16:07 of the second period, extending Toronto's edge to 5-2. It was his second goal and 13th point in 21 contests this season. Timmins drew into the lineup for the first time since Jan. 27 after being a healthy scratch in four consecutive games from Jan. 29-Feb. 11.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Draws back into lineup Wednesday

    Timmins will draw back into the lineup Wednesday against Chicago, reports Sportsnet.ca. It will be his first appearance since signing his two-year extension. Timmins will replace Justin Holl in the lineup, and he will skate alongside Rasmus Sandin on the third pair. The seventh man is productive when he's in the lineup, and his extension may afford him the every-day opportunity he wants.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Inks two-year extension

    Timmins signed a two-year contract extension Thursday worth $2.2 million, James Mirtle of The Athletic reports. Timmins will average $1.1 million starting in the 2023-24 campaign. He was acquired by the Maple Leafs from Arizona on Nov. 23 and has a goal and 11 assists in 18 games this season for Toronto. Timmins has been a healthy scratch in three of the last four games but has been effective when in the lineup.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Scores first career NHL goal

    Timmins contributed a goal and assist in Toronto's 6-2 win against Philadelphia on Sunday. Timmins' marker came at 7:01 of the second period and extended Toronto's lead to 3-1. He has a goal and 10 points in 14 contests this season. His marker was also his first NHL goal in 53 career games. Timmins had been a healthy scratch in Toronto's previous three contests.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Deemed healthy, team debut TBD

    General manager Kyle Dubas said Timmins (upper body) is fully healthy, David Alter of Sports Illustrated reports. Dubas refused to elaborate on when Timmins might be available to make his Maple Leafs debut, as he still needs to get up to speed with his new team. The 24-year-old will link up with the Leafs in Minnesota, but he's likely to serve as a healthy scratch for at least one game before drawing in.
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  • Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Heading to Leafs

    Timmins (upper body) was acquired by Toronto on Wednesday from Arizona in exchange for Curtis Douglas, per Craig Morgan of PHNX Sports. Timmins hasn't played in the NHL since Oct. 15 because of the injury. However, he was sent to AHL Tucson on Nov. 8 for a conditioning stint. He has three assists and 12 PIM in six AHL contests. Toronto is missing defensemen T.J. Brodie (oblique), Carl Dahlstrom (shoulder), Jake Muzzin (cervical spine) and Morgan Rielly (knee), so if Timmins is ready to return, then he has an opportunity to play a big role with the Maple Leafs.
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