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Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Garners assist in return
Sandin logged an assist in Saturday's 6-0 win over the Senators.
Sandin missed time in December with a knee injury and also went through a stint in the COVID-19 protocols. He was cleared to play at Thursday's practice, and the defenseman was able to notch an assist on the second of William Nylander's tallies in the contest. Sandin has set a career high in points with nine, all assists, through 26 games this year. He's added 23 shots on net, 36 hits, 17 blocked shots and a plus-5 rating while playing in a bottom-four role.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Clears virus protocols
Sandin cleared the NHL's COVID-19 protocols and returned to practice Thursday.
Sandin missed the last four Leafs contests with a nagging knee injury prior to his placement in COVID-19 protocols.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Enters COVID-19 protocols
Sandin, who is also dealing with a right knee injury, entered the league's COVID-19 protocols Tuesday.
Tuesday marks the two-week mark of Sandin's unofficial 2-3 week return timeline, so it's still unclear whether he'd be good to go for the team's next scheduled game Dec. 27, anyway. The 21-year-old defenseman has managed eight points in 25 games this season.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Avoids serious injury
Sandin will miss 2-3 weeks due to his right knee injury but an MRI revealed no structural damage, Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports.
In addition to Sandin's knee problem, the Leafs will also be without Travis Dermott (shoulder), which forced the club to call up Kristians Rubins and Alex Biega from AHL Toronto. On the year, the 21-year-old Sandin has recorded eight assists in 25 games but is still searching for his first goal of the campaign.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Lands on IR
Sandin (lower body) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.
Sandin is expected to miss 2-3 weeks with a lower-body injury, so this move was essentially a foregone conclusion. Alex Biega and Kristians Rubins were recalled Tuesday to help fill in on the back end while Sandin is sidelined.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Missing multiple weeks
Sandin (lower body) is expected to miss two-to-three weeks, per TSN's OverDrive.
At the earliest, this timeline would hold Sandin out for Toronto's next seven games. He took a knee-to-knee hit from Winnipeg's Neal Pionk on Sunday, which resulted in a two-game suspension for Pionk. Timothy Liljegren should see more consistent playing time with Sandin out.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Leaves Sunday's game
Sandin (lower body) left Sunday's game against Winnipeg and did not return, Jonas Siegel of The Athletic reports.
Sandin left during the third period after a knee-to-knee collision. He recorded an assist and a minus-1 rating in 13:37 of ice time before the injury. There was no update on Sandin after the game, so he'll be considered questionable for Tuesday's tilt with Columbus until more information is available.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Trio of apples in win
Sandin produced three assists, two hits and a plus-2 rating in Wednesday's 6-2 win over the Kings.
Sandin helped out on tallies by Pierre Engvall, Jason Spezza and Michael Bunting as the Maple Leafs pieced together a convincing road win. The second of Sandin's three helpers came on the power play. The 21-year-old blueliner has seven assists, 21 shots on net, 31 hits and a plus-3 rating in 20 appearances, putting him one point shy of his rookie-year output from 2019-20.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Assist in win
Sandin set up a goal Saturday in a 3-1 win over the Senators.
Sandin played 17:50 and ran the second power-play unit, demonstrating a solid two-way game. He even ended up with a plus-2 rating. Sandin appears ready to be a permanent NHLer and fantasy play. And at 21, his future is bright.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Ready for Game 5
Sandin (undisclosed) is slated to return to the lineup for Thursday's Game 5 versus Montreal, Jonas Siegel of The Athletic reports.
Sandin is expected to replace Travis Dermott on Toronto's third pairing for Thursday's contest following his one-game absence. He's picked up a goal and four shots on net through three playoff games this year.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Not playing Game 4
Sandin (undisclosed) is a scratch for Game 4 against Montreal on Tuesday, Kevin McGran of The Toronto Star reports. It's unclear if he's injured or a healthy scratch.
Sandin's absence is of the somewhat unexpected variety, as he wasn't reportedly dealing with injury prior to the game and has averaged a whopping 4:34 of power-play time through the first three games of the series. Nonetheless, the blueliner will look to return for Game 5 back in Toronto on Thursday.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Strikes on power play
Sandin scored a power-play goal on two shots in Saturday's 5-1 win over the Canadiens in Game 2.
Sandin's first postseason goal came on a feed from Mitch Marner in the second period. The 21-year-old Sandin has played both games in the playoffs so far due to Ben Hutton's (undisclosed) lingering absence. Sandin only recorded four assists in nine regular-season appearances, but he'll get a boost by seeing significant power-play time when he's in the lineup -- he logged 5:09 with the man advantage and just 14:32 overall in a third-pairing role Saturday.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Up to active roster Saturday
Sandin was promoted to the active roster Saturday, per CapFriendly.
Sandin could be in the mix for some playing time during the Maple Leafs' playoff run. The 21-year-old Swede posted four assists and a plus-6 rating in nine contests this season. He's unlikely to see more than third-pairing minutes if he enters the lineup.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Moved to taxi squad
Sandin was assigned to the taxi squad Tuesday, per CapFriendly.
The Maple Leafs needed to free up cap space to activate Frederik Andersen (lower body), so Sandin was placed on the taxi squad. The 21-year-old Sandin didn't play Saturday versus the Canadiens, but he had three assists in his last eight games before sitting out.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Provides helper Thursday
Sandin notched an assist and two shots on goal in Thursday's 5-2 win over the Canadiens.
The Swedish blueliner has four assists and a plus-6 rating through nine appearances. Sandin is essentially locked in to a third-pairing job as long as Zach Bogosian (shoulder) is out. The two blueliners could compete for playing time in the playoffs.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Exceptional on top pairing
Sandin picked up an assist in Thursday's 4-1 win over the Canucks.
Sandin moved up to the top pairing with T.J. Brodie and was exceptional. Earlier this week, coach Sheldon Keefe said Sandin would like play every game for the remainder of the season with Zach Bogosian sidelined. With strong defensive play and two points in his last three games, Sandin may already be forcing his way into a permanent position on the blue line. He could offer late season fantasy help if he keeps this up.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Expected to play
Sandin is expected to be promoted to Toronto's active roster and play Tuesday against the Canucks, Mark Masters of TSN.ca reports.
Sandin is expected to skate with Zach Bogosian on the Maple Leafs' third pairing Tuesday. The 21-year-old blueliner picked up an assist in his lone appearance with the big club this season on Feb. 8 versus Vancouver.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Ascends to taxi squad
The Maple Leafs recalled Sandin to the taxi squad Thursday, CapFriendly reports.
Sandin suffered a broken foot Feb. 25 and had began the rehab process with AHL Toronto. The Swede suited up in one AHL game, going pointless with a plus-1 rating. The 21-year-old could return to the lineup for Saturday's game against Vancouver, but he'll still need to be activated to the active roster in order to do so.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Back at practice
Sandin (foot) practiced with AHL Toronto on Monday, Joshua Kloke of The Athletic Toronto reports.
Sandin suffered a broken foot Feb. 15, and this was his first practice appearance since the injury. The 21-year-old should be back in the lineup soon, and if he shows enough promise, he could get a promotion to the big club. After all, the 2018 first-round pick played 28 NHL games last year, generating eight points.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Rasmus Sandin: Battling broken foot
The Maple Leafs revealed Thursday that Sandin fractured his foot last week and will be re-evaluated in mid-March.
Sandin suffered this injury in the minors, and he'll need at least a few more weeks before he has a chance to return. The 20-year-old is a rising prospect for the Leafs after posting 15 points in 21 AHL games last year. Once he's back to full health, Sandin should be one of the first recalls if injuries pile up for the big club.... See More ... See Less
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|Birthplace: Uppsala, Sweden|