12:25 AM EST, Tue March 02, 2021
Pension Plan Puppets Feb 27, 2021
Toronto Maple Leafs score four, Jack Campbell returns with a huge win

Toronto Maple Leafs score four, Jack Campbell returns with a huge win

Photo by Andy Devlin/NHLI via Four goals scored on beautiful plays. Tonight was game one of the Maple Leafs third series of the season against the Edmonton Oilers. This one is a three gamer, as opposed to the previous two, which were just two each. Before tonight the Leafs were 2-1-1 against Edmonton and were looking to move the four point gap between these two teams in the standings. There was no Auston Matthews, but Jake Muzzin returned to the line up after breaking his face last weekend. Yes, he’s wearing a modified cage to protect that broken face. It’s a real...
Toronto Star Feb 27, 2021
Injured Auston Matthews out for Maple Leafs’ first of three road dates with Connor McDavid’s Oilers

Injured Auston Matthews out for Maple Leafs’ first of three road dates with Connor McDavid’s Oilers

However, goalie Jack Campbell, defenceman Jake Muzzin and forward Joe Thornton will be back in the Leafs lineup after injury layoffs.
Toronto Sun Feb 26, 2021

Some injured Maple Leafs will be back vs. Oilers

The most daunting road trip of the Maple Leafs season begins against a challenger to their top division seed, which boasts the league’s two top scorers while Toronto could be missing it’s goal leader. But the Leafs headed West to Edmonton for five games in eight nights starting Saturday on an optimistic note. Coach Sheldon Keefe should have defenceman Jake Muzzin and winger Joe Thornton returning from injury, while it appears No. 2 goalie Jack Campbell will be back after...
Toronto Sun Feb 23, 2021

Injured Leafs remain day to day; Fraser returns in diversity role; Babcock in defence mode

The list of absentees grew for the Maple Leafs on Tuesday. If you’re looking for positives, one takeaway is that coach Sheldon Keefe continued to report that four integral pieces — goalie Frederik Andersen, defenceman Jake Muzzin and forwards Zach Hyman and Joe Thornton — remain day to day. None of the four practised at...
Editor In Leaf Feb 23, 2021

Maple Leafs: Kyle Dubas Gets Full Credit as Injuries Aren’t Too Concerning

If there is one thing the Toronto Maple Leafs proved last night, it’s that they are in fact the NHL’s deepest team. They iced a lineup that was absent Joe Thornton, Zach Hyman, Wayne Simmonds, Jake Muzzin and their starting goalie, Freddie Andersen.  The Toronto Maple Leafs responded with one of their best games of […] Maple Leafs: Kyle Dubas Gets Full Credit as Injuries Aren’t Too Concerning - Editor In Leaf - Editor In Leaf - A Toronto Maple Leafs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Toronto Star Feb 22, 2021
Travis Dermott steps up with Jake Muzzin down. The Maple Leafs think he’s ready

Travis Dermott steps up with Jake Muzzin down. The Maple Leafs think he’s ready

Dermott moved up to the second blue-line pair to face the Calgary Flames at Scotiabank Arena, after word that defenceman Jake Muzzin is out indefinitely with a broken facial bone. While Dermott has been with the Leafs for 172 games over four seasons, this is his biggest challenge to date.
Last Word on Hockey Feb 22, 2021

Toronto Maple Leafs Jake Muzzin Out With Facial Injury

The Toronto Maple Leafs announced that defenceman Jake Muzzin is sidelined with a broken bone is his face. Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe made the announcement on Monday to the media. Zach Hyman and Joe Thornton are also day-to-day with various ailments. Sheldon Keefe on #Leafs lineup changes: Hyman out (day-to-day), Jake Muzzin out (broken […] The post Toronto Maple Leafs Jake Muzzin Out With Facial Injury appeared first on Last Word On Hockey.
Sportsnet.ca Feb 22, 2021
All eyes on Travis Dermott with Maple Leafs’ Jake Muzzin sidelined

All eyes on Travis Dermott with Maple Leafs’ Jake Muzzin sidelined

The injuries are piling up as fast as the victories. Three Leafs integral to the club’s league-leading 14th win over the Canadiens on Saturday will not be available for Monday’s tilt versus the visiting Flames on Sportsnet West at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Toronto Sun Feb 22, 2021

Maple Leafs hit with injuries as club looks to set franchise record for best 20-game start

No Jake Muzzin, no Zach Hyman, no Joe Thornton. The Maple Leafs will be without three integral players on Monday night when they open a two-game set against the Calgary Flames at Scotiabank Arena. Muzzin suffered a broken bone in his face against the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday, while Hyman was in some pain for the second time in as many games he has played after blocking a shot. ...
Pension Plan Puppets Feb 18, 2021
FTB: Does Freddy go again?

FTB: Does Freddy go again?

TORONTO, ON - FEBRUARY 17: Jake Muzzin #8 and Frederik Andersen #31 of the Toronto Maple Leafs celebrate after defeating the Ottawa Senators at the Scotiabank Arena on February 17, 2021 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. | Photo by Kevin Sousa/NHLI via Sheldon Keefe hasn’t said who will start for tonight’s SEGABABA. I remember it like it was only last year. The Maple Leafs have a back-to-back, Frederik Andersen is the starter, Michael Hutchinson is the backup. More times than not last year, the Leafs couldn’t find enough unearned confidence in Hutchinson to start him,...
Toronto Sun Feb 15, 2021

Muzzin's message as Leafs open 3-game set with Sens: Let's get physical

Jake Muzzin has no trouble lining up opponents and laying into them with crushing hits. While his Maple Leafs teammates don’t play the game in the same intense physical manner that the veteran defenceman does, Muzzin knows there’s room for the Leafs to use their bodies more on any given night. Picking up on that on Monday...
Pension Plan Puppets Feb 13, 2021
Leafs fall asleep after one period, lose 2-1

Leafs fall asleep after one period, lose 2-1

TORONTO, ON - FEBRUARY 13: Jake Muzzin #8 of the Toronto Maple Leafs plays the puck against the Montreal Canadiens during the second period at the Scotiabank Arena on February 13, 2021 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. | Photo by Mark Blinch/NHLI via Marner scored his seventh goal of the season in the loss. The Toronto Maple Leafs lost to the Montreal Canadiens by a score of 2-1 after two third period goals by the Habs pushed them past a lethargic Leafs team. Mitch Marner scored his seventh of the season, and his first career goal against the Habs, but after that goal...

Jake Muzzin Photos

Maple Leafs Player News

  • 8

    Auston Matthews

    The Maple Leafs’ Mitch Marner makes those around him better, even the likes of Auston Matthews

  • 2

    Jack Campbell

    Jack is not back at Maple Leafs’ morning skate

  • 2

    Zach Hyman

    Zach Hyman goes backhand in-tight after crisp pass from Rielly

  • 1

    Frederik Andersen

    Toronto Maple Leafs continue to display consistency with winning formula

  • 1

    Jimmy Vesey

    Maple Leafs Notebook: Gut-check time for Jimmy Vesey

  • William Nylander

    Two questions Maple Leafs’ Nylander should consider after polarizing week

  • Wayne Simmonds

    Maple Leafs practised with most of the team, but who will play tomorrow?

  • Joe Thornton

    No Matthews, no problem for Leafs

  • John Tavares

    Toronto Maple Leafs: Team Effort and Defense Take Down the Oilers

  • Jason Spezza

    Jason Spezza gave vintage performance in Maple Leafs win