The Maple Leafs have re-signed Mitch Marner to a six-year contract worth $65.358 million ($10.893M AAV).
After just one day of training camp, the Maple Leafs and Marner were able to come to terms on a six-year contract extension that makes him the seventh highest paid player in the NHL (by AAV). Marner had 94 points (26G / 68A) last season and comes into 2020 with 90-point potential as a staple next to John Tavares.
Marner (upper-body) has been activated from IR; will play on Tuesday.
Marner has missed the last five games with an upper-body injury, but will play tonight in San Jose. Marner has had an outstanding rookie season, having scored 15 goals with 33 assists (48 points) in 56 games. Marner will reclaim his spot on the second line with Tyler Bozak and James van Riemsdyk.
Marner (upper-body) will miss Saturday’s game vs. the Canadiens.
Marner will miss his fifth consecutive games with an upper-body injury that he suffered 10 days ago. Marner was on the ice for the Maple Leafs’ morning skate and head coach Mike Babcock said that he looked like the best player out there and didn’t know why he’s not playing tonight.
Marner (upper-body) will not play on Thursday.
Marner will miss his fourth consecutive games with an upper-body injury that he suffered last Wednesday. Marner skated with a small group of players this morning, which is a good sign, but monitor his status leading up to Saturday’s game vs. Montreal.
The Maple Leafs have placed Mitch Marner (upper-body) on IR.
Marner will miss his third consecutive game with an upper-body injury, but his movement to IR was a way to create a roster spot to recall Frederik Gauthier and Marner remains a possibility for Thursday’s game against the Rangers. With Marner out, Josh Leivo will skate in the top-6 again tonight.
Source: @LeafsPR 02/21/17, 5:36 am EST
Marner (upper-body) will miss at least two games.
Marner left Wednesday’s game in Columbus after crashing hard into the side boards and missed yesterday’s practice, so it’s not a big surprise that head coach Mike Babcock announced that Marner will miss both games of the Maple Leafs’ Saturday-Sunday back-to-back. He is considered day-to-day.
Marner is day-to-day with an upper-body injury; questionable for Saturday.
Marner was hurt on Wednesday and missed today’s practice, which puts his status for Saturday’s game in serious jeopardy. Head coach Mike Babcock called the rookie “day-to-day” and will likely have more on him after Saturday’s morning skate.
Marner left Wednesday’s game with an upper-body injury and did not return.
Marner was hurt when he went hard into the side boards, but took his next shift before eventually retiring to the dressing room for the night. Marner played just 9:56 TOI and is questionable for Saturday’s game vs. the Senators. Monitor his status as the week progresses.