| February 14, 2021, 1:30 PMFebruary 14, 2021, 1:30 PMJoe Thornton's return to the Toronto Maple Leafs lineup may be on the horizon -- at least, if the big man has anything to say about it. Thornton, who hasn't appeared in a game with the Maple Leafs for over three weeks after suffering a rib injury, told reporters on Sunday that he "can't wait to play tomorrow," suggesting he may be active for Monday's game against the Ottawa Senators. "I've been taking some light hits and some big hits and medium hits so right now I feel really good," Thornton said. "I got no restrictions so the hardest part is over here, and now I can just go and focus on playing." Toronto has not yet officially inserted Thornton back into the lineup. A return tomorrow would align with head coach Sheldon Keefe's initial timeline for Thornton's return, which indicated he would be out for a month. Thornton suffered the injury back on Jan. 20 in a game against the Edmonton Oilers. Early in the third period, he took an awkward hit along the boards and skated to the bench. He went to the locker room and did not return with what was later diagnosed as a fractured rib. The Maple Leafs placed the veteran pivot on the long-term injured reserve two days after the injury occurred. The 41-year-old Thornton has one goal and one assist through five games with the Maple Leafs this season, his first with the club after spending the past 15 with the San Jose Sharks.
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