Marincin was assigned to AHL Toronto on Saturday.
Marincin was never promoted to the active roster during his two-week stint on the taxi squad. The 29-year-old will get more opportunities in the minors.
Marincin was assigned to Toronto's taxi squad Saturday.
Marincin will replace Rasmus Sandin on the Maple Leafs' taxi squad. He picked up four points in 26 games with Toronto last season.
Marincin is in the lineup Thursday for Game 3 against Columbus, Lance Hornby of The Toronto Sun reports.
Marincin sat out the first two games as a healthy scratch, but he'll get a shot to post up next to Tyson Barrie on the Leafs' bottom defense pairing. Marincin averaged 15:12 of ice time through 26 games this season, recording four points, 22 hits and 43 blocked shots. As such, the 28-year-old Slovak isn't likely to move the fantasy needle.
Marincin notched an assist, two shots on goal, a pair of hits and two blocked shots in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Sharks.
Marincin has a three-game point streak going -- he's posted a goal and two helpers in that span. The 28-year-old blueliner is hardly known for offense with just four points in 24 contests this year. He's added 40 blocks, 25 shots and 22 hits, but the recent scoring surge will likely fizzle out soon.
Marincin scored a goal Saturday in a 4-2 win over Vancouver.
It was his first goal of the season. Marincin isn't much of a scorer and he doesn't really contribute in any category. No fantasy value here.
Marincin agreed to terms on a one-year, $700,000 contract extension with Toronto on Friday.
Marincin won't see a pay increase with his new deal but won't have to worry about where he is playing next year. The blueliner has appeared in just 13 games this season in which he has failed to register a point while averaging a meager 14:19 of ice time. Heading into the rest of the season, the 27-year-old is unlikely to see any additional minutes which makes him a low-end fantasy option at best.
The Maple Leafs recalled Marincin from AHL Toronto on Friday.
The Leafs only had six defensemen on their roster prior to Marincin's promotion, so he'll be on hand as an insurance policy for Friday's matchup with New Jersey. The The 27-year-old has gone scoreless in seven appearances with the big club this campaign.
The Maple Leafs assigned Marincin to AHL Toronto on Saturday, Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports.
The Maple Leafs continue to manipulate the salary cap by sending Marincin to and from the minors, as this is the fourth time he's been sent down in December. The 27-year-old hasn't played an NHL game since Nov. 2, and he's suited up in just three AHL games all year, recording one point.
Marincin was promoted from AHL Toronto on Thursday.
Marincin was scratched in his previous 13 games, so he is unlikely to break into the lineup against the Rangers on Friday. The club has three more games before the Christmas roster freeze after which Marincin will likely be demoted back to the minors.
The Maple Leafs assigned Marincin to AHL Toronto on Wednesday.
Marincin rarely plays when he's with the big club, as he's been healthy scratched for 13 straight NHL games. The Maple Leafs don't play again until Friday, but neither does their AHL affiliate, so this appears to be a paper move for cap purposes. Marinincin will likely rejoin the big club Friday.
The Maple Leafs recalled Marincin from AHL Toronto on Monday.
Marinicin was just sent down Sunday, but since he didn't participate in AHL Toronto's 4-2 loss to Rockford, this appears to have been a paper move for cap purposes. If Tyson Barrie (ankle) is unable to play Tuesday against the Sabres, Marincin could snap his streak of 12 straight healthy scratches with the big club.
The Maple Leafs reassigned Marincin to AHL Toronto on Sunday.
Marincin has been a healthy scratch for the last 12 games he's been with the big club, so it's more beneficial to stay in the minors. However, Tyson Barrie (ankle) was injured in Saturday's game against the Oilers, so Marincin may be recalled for Tuesday's matchup against Buffalo if Barrie can't go.
The Maple Leafs recalled Marincin from AHL Toronto on Friday.
Toronto only had six defensemen on its roster prior to Marincin's promotion, so he'll be on hand as the team's seventh blueliner for Saturday's matchup with St. Louis. The 27-year-old has gone scoreless while posting a minus-1 rating in seven appearances with the Leafs this season.
Marincin was shipped down to AHL Toronto on Wednesday.
The move to reassign Marincin comes as a bit of a surprise, as it leaves the Maple Leafs without an extra blueliner heading into Wednesday's matchup with Colorado. The team is hard up against the cap, so it may have to make due without the emergency depth and hope for the best. In seven games with Toronto, the Slovak has recorded zero points, six shots and eight blocks while averaging 11:51 of ice time.
Toronto recalled Marincin from its AHL affiliate Tuesday.
The Maple Leafs only had six defensemen on their roster prior to Marincin's promotion, so he'll round out the team's depth on the back end Tuesday against Philadelphia. The 27-year-old has gone scoreless while posting a minus-1 rating in seven appearances with the big club this season.
Marincin was sent down to the AHL on Friday, James Mirtle of The Athletic reports.
Marincin was demoted because the team wants him to get playing time rather than just sit in the press box. The 27-year-old blueliner last dressed for the Maple Leafs on Nov. 2, and he's yet to mark the scoresheet in seven appearances with the club this season.
The Maple Leafs waived Marincin on Thursday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
Marincin has been a healthy scratch for five of Toronto's last six games, so this move doesn't come as a surprise. As long as he passes through waivers, the 27-year-old blueliner will almost certainly be assigned to the Leafs' minor-league affiliate.
Marincin saw his ice time drop to under 10 minutes in Saturday's loss to Montreal.
Marincin played close to 14 minutes opening night and then sat out Friday. He was back in a limited capacity Saturday and ended up with just 8:14 in ice time. Sadly, his efforts on the ice can often be described in adventures in defending, and that just won't cut it as a full-time NHL blueliner. Marincin hasn't played more than 25 games in an NHL season since 2015-16.
Marincin signed a one-year contract worth $700,000 with Toronto on Saturday.
Marincin spent the majority of the season in the press box or unavailable, drawing into just 24 games for the Maple Leafs last season. Despite only five points and a minus-4 rating in those tilts, Toronto will give him another go around with the club in 2019-20.
Marincin (illness) will be back in the lineup Monday against the Panthers, Kristen Shilton of TSN Sports reports.
Igor Ozhiganov will take a seat to make room for Marincin. The latter last suited up March 16 and has five points in 19 appearances this season.
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