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Toronto Maple Leafs
Defenceman Jake Muzzin, who missed Saturday's game against the Philadelphia Flyers after suffering a charley horse earlier in the week, says he's "pretty much 100 per cent" and is "good to go" for Tuesday's game against his former team in the Los Angeles Kings.
Captain John Tavares, who has been out since Oct. 16 with a broken finger, told reporters that waiting a couple extra days to recover was the right call and hopes to be in the lineup for Tuesday.
“Made some more really good progress, so still going to talk to the medical staff after today but feel pretty good and obviously I’d like to be in tomorrow.”
Maple Leafs Practice Lines
Rookie defenceman Quinn Hughes did not practice with his team on Monday after suffering a bruised knee on Friday against the Anaheim Ducks. However, general manager Jim Benning said that the 20-year-old skated on his own Monday morning and will do the same on Tuesday. Head coach Travis Green said there's a chance he plays Tuesday against the St. Louis Blues.
Projected Lines vs. Arizona Coyotes
Koskinen in starts
Ottawa Senators forward Scott Sabourin, who suffered a fractured nose Saturday against the Boston Bruins, return to the nation's capital Sunday night and will continue to recover and be observed by the medical staff, the team announced on Monday.
The Montreal Canadiens announced today that they have recalled forward Ryan Poehling from the AHL's Laval Rocket and have placed forward Jesperi Kotkaniemi on the injured reserve.
Canadiens Practice Lines
Tatar - Danault - Gallagher
Drouin - Domi - Armia
Lehkonen - Poehling - Byron
Cousins - Thompson - Suzuki
Mete - Weber
Chiarot - Petry
Reilly - Fleury
Kulak - Folin