Wayne Simmonds‘ resurgent homecoming has been halted by a broken wrist. Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe said Monday that Simmonds will be sidelined six weeks with the wrist injury — a noteworthy loss for Toronto’s offence given the veteran winger is tied for third on the team in goals with five through 12 games. Simmonds signed a one-year, $1.5-million deal with his hometown club in the off-season, and got off to a strong start with three power-play tallies through the opening weeks of the season. Wayne Simmonds has a broken wrist. Six week recovery timeline, as reported by @FriedgeHNIC yesterday. — Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) February 8, 2021 With Simmonds out, Keefe said Toronto will go with 11 forwards and seven defenceman Monday night vs. the Vancouver Canucks, with young defender Rasmus Sandin set to make his season debut. Leafs going with 11/7 tonight. Rasmus Sandin will make his season debut. — luke fox (@lukefoxjukebox) February 8, 2021 The 20-year-old rearguard spent 28 games with the big club last season, skating 14:19 minutes per night while posting eight points. In other injury news, Keefe said Joe Thornton and Nick Robertson are skating but probably won’t play this week.
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