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Toronto Maple Leafs
Goaltenders Frederik Andersen and Jack Campbell were on the ice working with goalie coach Steve Briere ahead of Toronto's skate Monday morning.
Andersen, who played two games in the AHL last week, has not yet been cleared to play at the NHL level, head coach Sheldon Keefe said.
Andersen stopped 34 of 38 shots in Saturday's Toronto Marlies game against the Manitoba Moose as he works his way back from a lower-body injury.
Andersen has not played in an NHL game since March 19 against the Calgary Flames.
Forward Nick Foligno was also on the ice during practice for the first time since his injury. Foligno left last Monday's game against the Montreal Canadiens and did not return.
In addition, forward Zach Hyman practiced with the team Monday in a regular blue sweater, but TSN's Kristen Shilton notes this may not be indicative of anything given a blue/white sweater split across the board.
Zach Hyman is also practicing with #Leafs in a regular blue sweater but who knows what that’s indicative of given the blue/white split across the board— Kristen Shilton (@kristen_shilton) May 10, 2021
Could just be a skills-based day coming up here
Meanwhile, the Leafs announced forward Dennis Malgin has been reassigned to the taxi squad.
Forward Denis Malgin has been reassigned to the @MapleLeafs taxi squad.— Leafs PR (@LeafsPR) May 10, 2021
Injured forward Brendan Gallagher was in a non-contact jersey at Monday's morning skate, according to TSN's John Lu.
Gallagher has not played since fracturing his thumb on April 5. He was originally expected to miss about six weeks.
Head coach Dominique Ducharme told reporters there is "no chance" he or injured goaltender Carey Price play in Wednesday's season-finale as there is not enough time for either to get ready.
Meanwhile, Lu reports that Paul Byron is wearing a red jersey, suggesting he could make his return Monday night against the Edmonton Oilers. Byron has been out of the lineup since April 23.
Michael Frolik and Alex Belzile skated in grey on Monday. Jake Allen is expected to get the start between the pipes.
Here were Montreal's lines:
Toffoli - Suzuki - Armia
Tatar - Kotkaniemi - Anderson
Byron - Evans - Lehkonen
Perry - Staal - Caufield
Edmundson - Petry
Kulak - Chiarot
Romanov - Merrill
Zach MacEwen will draw back in Monday night against the Winnipeg Jets after serving his one-game suspension. Kole Lind will sit, while Thatcher Demko will get the start in net.
TSN's Farhan Lalji reports Braden Holtby is expected to start Tuesday night in the second night of a back-to-back also against the Jets.
Oilers head coach Dave Tippett was non-committal when asked if he plans to sit anyone between now and the end of the year, saying the club would take things game by game.
He added someone would certainly sit if they were banged up.
Here is their expected lineup for Monday's matchup with the Montreal Canadiens courtesy of TSN's Ryan Rishaug:
Lagesson?-Larsson - Unclear if Kulikov is available
Here are the Jets' expected lines for Monday's matchup with the Vancouver Canucks courtesy of TSN's Sara Orlesky:
*all caps show changes from last game*
* maintenance for Poolman and Pionk*
* was announced on Sunday that plan was for Brossoit to start *
* Heinola and Benn playing on their offside*
Head coach Joel Quenneville told reporters that forward Sam Bennett and defenceman Brandon Montour will miss Monday's game against the Tampa Bay Lightning but are not dealing with serious injuries, tweets Jameson Olive of NHL.com.
Quenneville called both players day-to-day but added they are both "fine."
Meanwhile, Oliver reports Carter Verhaeghe will return Monday while Patric Hornqvist remains out.
Lineup updates from Coach Q:— x - Jameson Olive (@JamesonCoop) May 10, 2021
Bennett and Montour are both out tonight, but it's nothing serious.
Verhaeghe returns tonight, but Hornqvist remains out.
Defenceman Mike Matheson was on the ice for the Penguins Monday in a full face shield after taking a puck to the face on May 1 and missing four games, reports Seth Rorabaugh of Tribune-Review Sports.
Mike Matheson is participating too. He missed the last four games of the regular season after being struck in the face by a puck.— Seth Rorabaugh (@SethRorabaugh) May 10, 2021
Here is a terrible photo of him wearing a cage: pic.twitter.com/dOlIlS2QZk