Hyman is scheduled to undergo surgery Monday to repair a torn ACL that he sustained in the opening playoff series against the Bruins. The Maple Leafs are expecting him to be out at least six months.
Assuming the timetable sticks, Hyman will likely miss all of training camp, and it'll be a close call in terms of his readiness for Opening Night. The top-six winger played in all seven games of the conference quarterfinals, adding an even-strength goal, four blocked shots and 24 hits.
Hyman (undisclosed) retook the ice late in Game 4, Mike Zeisberger of NHL.com reports.
Fortunately, it appears Hyman has avoided a major issue and should be available to play in Game 5 on Friday. He should continue in his duties on the top line flanking John Tavares and Mitch Marner.
Hyman departed Wednesday's game with an injury, Terry Koshan of The Toronto Sun reports.
No update was offered on Hyman after the contest, so his availability for Friday's Game 5 versus the Bruins remains unclear. If he can't play, Nicolas Petan is the other forward currently on the roster who could draw in.
Hyman scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 6-5 shootout loss to the Canadiens.
Hyman also took a puck to the head that had him down on the ice for a short while. Thankfully, he didn't miss any ice time. It would have been a huge loss for the Leafs if he wasn't ready for the start of the playoffs. Hyman finished the season with a career-best 41 points (21 goals, 20 assists).
Hyman scored a goal and added two assists in Monday's 7-5 win over the Panthers.
The 26-year-old has found the back of the net in three straight games, and Hyman's 20 tallies on the season are a career high. He's also two points shy of tying last year's career-high 40, but most of that production has come since the beginning of February -- Hyman has an impressive 12 goals and 20 points in his last 26 contests.
Hyman (illness) will rejoin the lineup for Friday's game against the Flyers,
Hyman was considered a game-time call after taking part in practice Friday morning, but it appears he's feeling well enough to give it a go. He will take the place of Nicolas Petan among the lines and slot in alongside John Tavares and Mitch Marner. He doesn't typically participate on a power-play unit, which limits his appeal to deep fantasy leagues, but Hyman still has 32 points over 59 games.
Hyman (illness) will be a game-time decision for Friday's matchup with the Flyers, Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports.
Hyman missed Wednesday's game with illness and more information for Friday's clash should become available closer to puck drop. The 26-year-old has racked up 32 points (16 goals, 16 assists) in 59 games this season, including 14 points and 40 shots on goal over his last 20 games. If Hyman were to miss Friday, Toronto would likely rely on Nicolas Petan to fill in for the winger.
Head coach Mike Babcock said Thursday that he expects Hyman (illness) to be ready for Friday's home clash against the Flyers, Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports.
Hyman missed Wednesday's game due to the illness, and his availability for Friday was unclear. The 26-year-old has run his point total up to 32 in 59 games this campaign. As always, check on the winger's status closer to puck drop, but expect Hyman to resume his first line role Friday.
Hyman will sit out Wednesday's matchup with the Blackhawks due to the flu.
Hyman's owners will miss a juicy matchup against a Chicago club that's surrendering 3.70 goals per game -- second-most in the league. Don't expect the top-line winger to be knocked out too long, with his next chance to return coming Friday against the Flyers. Nicolas Petan will likely emerge from the press box to fill in for Hyman on Wednesday.
Hyman (undisclosed) will play in Monday's home game against the Lightning, Paul Hendrick of the Maple Leafs' official site reports.
Hyman had missed Monday's morning skate but was spotted on the ice for warmups and will suit up. The 26-year-old will remain alongside John Tavares and Mitch Marner on the Leafs' top line. Hyman has been a solid fantasy asset recently, racking up three points in his last three games.
Hyman (undisclosed) missed practice Monday, but coach Mike Babcock believes he'll suit up for Monday's game against the Lightning, Terry Koshan of the Toronto Sun reports.
The Maple Leafs are going to need all hands on deck to compete with the league's best team, but luckily it sounds like Hyman won't have to miss this one. Still, those relying on the top-line winger in fantasy should check in prior to puck drop to confirm his status. Koshan added that should Hyman sit, Tyler Ennis would move up in the lineup while creating a fourth-line opening for Trevor Moore.
Hyman buried a pair of goals in Monday's 6-2 win over the Flames.
The left-winger has done well lately, with six points in his last six games. He had four shots and a plus-3 rating in Monday's contest. Hyman has 31 points in 56 games this season, eclipsing the 30-point plateau for the second consecutive year. As long as he remains on the top line, he will have value in deeper formats.
Hyman notched two goals Saturday in a 6-3 win over Montreal.
Coach Mike Babcock loves this guy -- he had him on the ice in the final two minutes of the game and that's when Hyman got both his goals. Hyman has three goals in his last three games and his hard-nosed game will give him lots of ice time. We just wish Hyman produced more points given his top-six role.
Hyman scored a goal and fired four shots on net in Tuesday's loss to the Blues.
Hyman was looking for John Tavares in the slot with his pass, but it deflected off a Blues defender and into the back of the net. It all counts the same, as the Maple Leafs cut the Blues' lead to one and Hyman notched his 11th goal of the season. Hyman is working on Toronto's top line with Tavares and Mitch Marner, and he's working with those two and Auston Matthews on the power play, so he should continue to be an offensive threat moving forward.
Hyman scored a goal and an assist in Wednesday's 5-4 win over the Senators.
While the 26-year-old is far overshadowed by current linemates John Tavares and Mitch Marner in the raw talent department, Hyman is providing solid numbers of his own, scoring two goals and five points in the last three games and eight points (three goals, five helpers) in 11 games since returning to the lineup from an ankle injury. As long as he's doing the dirty work on the Leafs' top even-strength unit -- Hyman has 17 hits in those 11 games -- coach Mike Babcock will be inclined to keep the line together, preserving the winger's fantasy value.
Hyman assisted on two even-strength goals in Monday's 6-1 blowout win over Anaheim.
Monday marked Hyman's first multi-assist game of the campaign. The 26-year-old is now up to nine goals and 21 points in 42 games but has only racked up 81 shots, which could explain his low goal total. Hyman will hope to make it three games in a row with a point when he and the Leafs face Ottawa on Wednesday.
Hyman picked up an assist Sunday in a 4-2 loss to the Coyotes.
Hyman has two points in his last three games. He's a solid performer and hard-working asset on any of the top three lines. Hyman won't deliver power-play points, but he can pitch in a point every couple games. That means his value is restricted to deep formats.
Hyman (ankle) will return to action against the Devils on Thursday, Mike G. Morreale of NHL.com reports.
Hyman has officially been removed from injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site, and you can expect him to reprise his role on the top line with John Tavares and Mitch Marner. The obvious drawback to rostering Hyman is that he doesn't see the ice often in power-play situations, but he does have a steady role on the penalty kill to help the Buds.
Hyman (ankle) was able to skate ahead of Wednesday's practice, though there is no timetable for his return, Dave McCarthy of NHL.com reports.
We can confirm that Hyman, who's missed the last five games, remains on injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site. A solid two-way contributor, Hyman's fashioned seven goals and eight helpers through 32 games this season, but his perceived fantasy value has taken a major hit with the ankle injury to blame.
The Maple Leafs placed Hyman (ankle) on injured reserve Saturday, per the NHL's official media site.
Hyman is expected to be sidelined for at least three weeks due to an ankle injury, so this move was expected. Toronto should continue to update the 26-year-old winger's status as his recovery progresses.
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