Nylander (illness) is expected to return to the Maple Leafs lineup on Tuesday.
Nylander has missed the last two games with an illness but was back at practice on Monday and is expected to play tonight vs. the Coyotes. Before getting sick, Nylander had 26 points (14G / 12A) in his last 20 games.
Nylander (illness) will miss his second straight game.
Nylander was a surprise scratch last night and did not travel to Montreal for Saturday's game. With Nylander out on Friday, Andreas Johnsson moved up to the first line and Zach Hyman saw time on the top power-play unit.
Source: Luke Fox 02/8/20, 5:01 pm EST
Nylander (undisclosed) is not on the ice for warmups; will not play vs. the Ducks.
Nylander has reportedly signed a six-year extension with the Maple Leafs worth $6.9M AAV.
With only a couple of minutes to spare, Nylander inked the much anticipated extension and could be back in the Maple Leafs lineup as soon as next week. Nylander adds to an already deep Maple Leafs top-9, where he figures to slot in next to Auston Matthews. A season ago, Nylander had 20 goals and 41 assists in 82 games.
Nylander (illness) is expected to play Thursday vs. the Devils.
Nylander (illness) missed Monday’s practice; expected to be ready for Thursday’s game vs. New Jersey.
Nylander missed today’s practice, but the Maple Leafs are off until Thursday, so expect him to be fine and ready to go against New Jersey.
The Maple Leafs have recalled William Nylander from Toronto (AHL).
Nylander, 19, has skated in 37 regular season games with the Marlies this season and ranks tied for ninth in league scoring with 45 points (18G / 27A). The 19-year-old was one of three Marlies players selected to skate in the 2016 AHL All-Star Game. Nylander was drafted by Toronto in the 1st round (8th overall) during the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.
The Maple Leafs have reassigned William Nylander.
Nylander will head back to Sweden and play for Modo for a second season. The 2014 eighth overall pick had a strong camp with the Maple Leafs, but will have to wait a year for another shot at making the NHL roster. The Leafs had a lot of competition at forward, so letting the 18-year-old grow for another season was probably the best decision for his future.