Muzzin has been taken to hospital for further evaluation.
Muzzin had to be stretchered off of the ice late in the Maple Leafs' 3-0 win over the Blue Jackets in Game 2 and was immediately taken to hospital. This situation gets even more murky with Muzzin having to leave the NHL bobble. Chris Johnston of SportsNet reported that "medical officials will make the call on how long he'd have to quarantine if and when he's ready to return. It will depend on where he goes, how long he's gone and how much risk he's exposed to."
Muzzin will miss four weeks with a broken hand.
Muzzin was forced to leave Tuesday's game after blocking a shot and it was announced on Wednesday morning that he broke his hand. Muzzin, who the battered Maple Leafs could ill afford to lose, will miss at least one month. Four weeks will cause Muzzin to miss roughly 14 games of Toronto's remaining 18 games. Calle Rosen, who was acquired at the trade deadline, has been recalled from the AHL to replace Muzzin.
The Maple Leafs have signed Jake Muzzin to a four-year contract extension worth $22.5 million ($5.625M AAV).
Muzzin was set to become an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season but will now be with the Maple Leafs through the 2024 season. The 6-foot-3, 213 lbs. defenseman has scored five goals with 17 assists (22 points) while averaging 2.1 blocks and 2.1 hits per game in 52 games this season.
Muzzin (foot) is expected to be back in the Maple Leafs lineup on Monday.
Muzzin missed the last 10 games with a broken foot but is expected to play Monday in Nashville. Muzzin was recently recalled from a one-game conditioning stint with the Marlies and skated on the top-pair with Justin Holl in Sunday's practice. He will likely log massive minutes while Morgan Rielly is out and comes into play with 13 points (3G / 10A) in 38 games this season.
The Maple Leafs have placed Jake Muzzin (foot) on IR.
Muzzin is week-to-week with a broken foot and his move to IR opened up a roster spot for the Maple Leafs to activate Andreas Johnsson, who is listed as a game-time decision for Sunday's game.
Source: @LeafsPR 01/12/20, 5:57 pm EST
Muzzin is week-to-week with a broken foot.
Muzzin suffered a broken foot while blocking a shot during last night's win in New Jersey. Muzzin played through the injury but was diagnosed with a broken foot post-game. Martin Marincin will draw into the lineup for Muzzin on Saturday night.
Muzzin (personal) will be back in the Maple Leafs lineup on Tuesday.
Muzzin missed Saturday's game in Philadelphia due to a personal matter but will play vs. his former team on Tuesday. Muzzin has amassed nine points (3G / 6A) in 14 games so far this season.
Muzzin (personal) will not play on Saturday.
Muzzin was banged up against Capitals but he won't play Saturday due to a personal reason, not injury. This is a positive development and suggests that Muzzin could be back as soon as Tuesday vs. the Kings.
Muzzin left Tuesday's game with a leg injury and missed Wednesday's practice.
Muzzin is believed to be dealing with a charley horse, so you have to think he'll be available for Saturday's game in Philadelphia. Muzzin has quietly picked up nine points (3G / 6A) in 14 games this season.
Muzzin (illness) will not play vs. the Lightning.
Muzzin continues to battle an illness and will miss his second straight game on Thursday. Luckily for the Maple Leafs, Jake Gardiner will make his return from a back injury and will step into Muzzin’s spot on the second pairing.
Muzzin (illness) is not on the ice for warmups.
Muzzin was listed as a game-time decision last night but ended up playing but will not be in the lineup vs. the Hurricanes. Martin Marincin will replace him on the Maple Leafs' blueline.
Johnsson (illness) will not play against the Islanders on Monday.
Muzzin (illness) will be a game-time decision for Monday's game against the Islanders.
The Maple Leafs have acquired Jake Muzzin from the Kings for Carl Grundstrom, the rights to Sean Durzi and a 2019 first-round pick.
Toronto needed to bolster their blueline and did so by adding Muzzin, who has spent the first seven seasons of his career in Los Angeles. The Maple Leafs really needed a right-handed defenseman but Muzzin was a much cheaper alternative and goes to Toronto with one more season on his contract that carries a $4.0M AAV cap-hit. Muzzin, who is 6-foot-3, 213 lbs., who can produce solid offensive numbers and play physically. He projects to play on the top-pair with Morgan Rielly, which will allow Ron Hainsey to play significantly less taxing minutes.
Muzzin (upper-body) will be back in the Kings lineup for Game 3.
Source: NHL.com 04/15/18, 10:22 pm EST
Muzzin (upper-body) will be a game-time decision for Game 3.
Muzzin (upper-body) is questionable for Game 1 vs. Vegas.
Muzzin, who missed the final five games of the regular season was on the ice for Monday’s practice in a no-contact sweater and is a big question mark for Game 1. Muzzin is the Kings’ clear No.2 defenseman behind Drew Doughty and his availability during the first round will be crucial to the Kings’ success.
Muzzin (upper-body) skated again on Monday but will not play vs. Colorado.
Source: Jon Rosen 04/2/18, 7:32 pm EST
Muzzin (undisclosed) is expected to be back in the Kings lineup on Thursday.
Source: Jon Rosen 01/18/18, 3:31 pm EST
Muzzin (undisclosed) is expected to return to the Kings lineup on Thursday.
Muzzin has missed the last three games with an undisclosed injury but he took a regular rotation at even strength and on the power-play in Wednesday’s practice, so look for him to play tomorrow. Muzzin has had a nice year, picking up 23 points (3G / 20A), 90 shots and 80 blocked shots in 41 games.
Source: Jon Rosen 01/17/18, 1:18 pm EST