Moore (shoulder) did not travel to Pittsburgh.
Moore suffered a shoulder injury against the Bruins last night and will miss at least Saturday's game against the Penguins. Dmytro Timashov will likely draw into the lineup for Moore.
Kaskisuo will make his first career NHL start on Saturday.
Andersen will start Friday vs. the Bruins.
Andersen allowed four goals on 29 shots in the Maple Leafs loss to the Islanders on Wednesday. Andersen has lost two straight and three of his last six. The 30-year-old workhorse has gone 6-2-3 with a 2.81 GAA and .909 SV% in Toronto and stopped 43 of 46 shots in a 4-3 overtime win (Oct.19) in his first start against the Bruins.
Kerfoot underwent surgery to repair dental fractures and is out indefinitely.
Kerfoot's injury originally occurred on November 5th vs.the Kings but played through it as long as he could. Kerfoot ultimately elected to undergo surgery and will miss some time. Jason Spezza is expected to replace him as the Maple Leafs' third-line centre and will also see the PP2 time while Kerfoot is sidelined.
Andersen will start Wednesday against the Islanders.
Andersen gave up two goals on 32 shots in the Maple Leafs loss to the Flyers last Saturday. As is customary, Andersen will start every game until the tail-end of a back-to-back, so look for him to start Tuesday and Thursday with Kasimir Kaskisuo making his NHL debut on Friday. Andersen has not lost on the road (3-0-0) this season and has won his last five starts against the Islanders while stopping 150 of the 160 shots (.938 SV%) that he has faced.
Hyman (knee) will make his season debut on Wednesday.
Hyman missed the first 19 games of the season but will play Wednesday vs. the Islanders. Hyman's return comes at a great time, as he'll slide in for Mitch Marner, who is out with a high-ankle sprain. Hyman likely won't have the same success with Marner out, but he'll still be with John Tavares on Wednesday. The 27-year-old set career-highs in goals (21) and points (41) in 71 games last year.
The Maple Leafs have recalled Nic Petan from Toronto (AHL).
Petan continues to jump between the NHL and AHL but could stay a little longer this time around because Mitch Marner is out for at least one month. Petan has one assist in five NHL games and seven points (2G / 5A) in three AHL games.
The Maple Leafs have recalled Kasimir Kaskisuo from Toronto (AHL).
With Michael Hutchinson being waived on Monday, Kaskisuo comes up to serve as Frederik Andersen's backup moving forward. Kaskisuo is a 23-year-old, who has been with the Marlies since the end of the 2016 season. He has been fantastic to start 2019-20, going 6-1-1 with a 2.13 GAA and .928 SV% in eight games. He will likely make his NHL debut in Pittsburgh on Saturday night.
Marner will miss at least four weeks with an ankle injury; will be reevaluated after that.
Source: @LeafsPR 11/10/19, 9:42 pm EST
Hutchinson starts Sunday in Chicago.
Marner (ankle) will not play Sunday; will undergo an MRI to determine the severity of the injury.
Marner was forced to leave Saturday's game vs. the Flyers with an ankle injury that he suffered after getting tangled up and falling awkwardly on a face-off. Marner did not travel to Chicago for Sunday's game and could potentially be out for an extended period of time. Marner will undergo an MRI and the Maple Leafs should release a timetable early next week.
Andersen will start Saturday vs. the Flyers.
Andersen stopped 37 of the 38 shots that he faced in the Maple Leafs win over the Golden Knights on Thursday. He is on a three-game winning streak, which started with a shootout win over the Flyers, who he'll face again tonight. Andersen is 6-2-2 with a 2.92 GAA and .906 SV% in 10 starts at Scotiabank Arena this season.
Petan has cleared waivers and been assigned to the Toronto Marlies (AHL).
Petan played one game during his most recent call-up and heads back to the AHL after clearing waivers on Friday afternoon. The 24-year-old, who has five points (2G / 3A) in two AHL games, becomes a more intriguing trade target for other teams after clearing waivers.
Andersen will start Thursday vs. the Golden Knights.
Andersen stopped 24 of 25 shots in the Maple Leafs win over the Kings on Tuesday. Andersen has now won three of his last four starts with a 2.17 GAA and .922 SV%. He is heating up and catches a break with Malcolm Subban starting instead of Marc-Andre Fleury. Vegas is 5-2-0 and is scoring 2.86 goals per game in their first seven road games.
Petan will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Petan was brought back up from the AHL for Tuesday's game but Dmytro Timashov will replace him on Thursday night. Petan is still stuck on zero goals and one assist in five games this season.
Timashov will be back in the Maple Leafs lineup on Thursday.
Timashov was a healthy scratch on Tuesday but will be back in for Nic Petan on Thursday. Timashov has registered four points (1G / 3A) in 12 games this season while playing just 9:08 ATOI on the fourth line.
Timashov will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Timashov played in 10 straight games but will get a chance to watch from the press box on Tuesday. Head coach Mike Babcock said that Timashov didn't do anything wrong to warrant sitting but they are rewarding Nic Petan for a strong showing with the Marlies (AHL).
Petan has been recalled from Toronto (AHL) and will play on Tuesday.
Petan didn't do much with the Maple Leafs earlier in the year but had a nice two-game stint with the Marlies, picking up two goals and three assists. He will replace Dmytro Timashov on the fourth line and re-enters the lineup with one goal and one assist in nine career games with the Maple Leafs.
Andersen will start Tuesday vs. the Kings.
Andersen allowed three goals on 40 shots in the Maple Leafs shootout win in Philadelphia on Saturday. Andersen has won five of his last seven starts while posting a 2.62 GAA and .917 SV% and he becomes an even better option with John Tavares drawing back into the lineup tonight. Los Angeles comes in averaging 2.71 goals per game (23rd).
Tavares (finger) will return to the Maple Leafs lineup on Tuesday.
Tavares missed seven games with a fractured finger but will play Tuesday vs. the Kings. Unsurprisingly, the Maple Leafs struggled without their captain, going 3-2-2 while averaging 3.00 goals per game versus 4-3-1 while averaging 3.88 goals per game with him in the lineup. He'll return with seven points (3G / 4A) in eight games and will play on a line with Mitch Marner and Trevor Moore.