Toronto Maple Leafs prospect Rasmus Sandin exited Sweden's 6-2 win over Slovakia in the third period on Tuesday with an apparent wrist injury.

Sandin went straight to the dressing room after being slashed on the left arm in front of Slovakia's net with his team up 5-1. Slovakia's Martin Fasko-Rudas received a two-minute penalty on the play.

The 19-year-old entered the game with three assists in four games at the tournament.

A first-round pick of the Maple Leafs in 2018, Sandin has two goals and 12 points in 19 games with the Toronto Marlies this season. He had two assists in six games with the Maple Leafs upon starting the season with the NHL club.