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Two weeks later William Nylander He stopped his contract and returned to Maple Leafs.
Heges made a slow progress in the six offensive contests that had just been made, with just two supporters, but Mike Babcock's head coach was not crashed.
"He did not do business and he did his business [signing a six-year extension], but now it is necessary to start up, "said Babcock after the practice of Leafs." You are frustrated or disappointed, or everything is uncomfortable in total energy. "
Babcock "has nothing to do with" as Nylander's crime said, 22-year-old boys have no patience.
"I have to," said Nylander. "But, at the same time, you want to do things. You will reach the place where it is delivered, but if you want to go".
Nylander joked that his teammates are "happy to come back to me, but now I would like to score goals", but in the past there has been a player who has not shown talent as an elite offensive.
"It's hard to really get into the game game without games, so you have a preseason and even make a few games," he said. Auston MatthewsHe lost 14 losses during this season with a shoulder injury.
"I think that's the biggest part, the only skateboard is full of 60 minutes, with your legs and your body, and with time and everything. It's a little bit of a go back."
Nylander felt less than two weeks ago now, physically taking advantage of its toll. There was no game in New Jersey on Tuesday night, when he made a meeting tonight, while at least 11 players had at least one point.
Nylander is now the only way to find what you're looking for, the spark and Leafs.
"Get excited, you're playing in the National Hockey League," Babcock advised Nylander. "Get to work and fight on your way. Nobody impressed. Nobody. [Just] go in and play ".
Matthews is using too many people to work. It's not usually happening on stage.
That will have a new reality on Wednesdays, Matthews and Mitchell Marner The Nutcracker will be featured on the Canadian National Ballet. They will have two barrels of dolls, but Matthews is not sure what the afternoon will bring.
"It will appear 30 minutes before me and then we will hear it," he said. "You put it in the lid so it is not prepared. I must prepare it at home as soon as possible. I do not have to do too much."
The center has never seen the direct production of The Nutcracker, the only version of the film, so it does not have to have any spontaneous reflections whenever the curtain raises.
"I do not want to play. Everyone tells me how to deal with it," he said. "It's a National Ballet and it's sold out and it's a great thing. I think they're stuck with the script."
Markin's talk with him and the viral one, Matthews's goal is "trying to do nothing stupid," but his teammates and coaches will be ready with some members on Thursday morning.
"They will laugh, and then we will laugh," said Babcock. "I think it will be obvious."
It will be a joke to wear a colorful outfit wearing canon dolls. Matthews looked up online and is trying to keep up with the whole event.
"Fortunately they have something in my size," he joked. "It will be fun to see me and Mitch. I think they seem pretty good.
When Igor Ozhiganov Arrived in Canada this summer to begin the NHL career, the defense spoke in English.
His language skills have been a long way since then, and Ozhiganov has not hindered success at the highest level of hockey.
"Ozien has skill, size, stick, brain, good defense," said Babcock. "It's got to be done faster, it knows, it has worked and we hope that it will be more time with league time, it's a bit lesser in weight and muscle than in league time. [to adjust]. "
After playing in the seven KHL seasons, Ozhiganov did not sit next to a seasonal veteran at the NHL. Leafsen plays a third-party match, which is 21 years old Travis Dermott, as well as presenting a learning opportunity.
"They must have a better defense," said Babcock. "Dermy has a deck fiber and can move puck and do everything, but you have to have a good defense. You can not make mistakes in games at key moments."
Ozhiganov wants to improve the complexity of the game at a time when Leafs wants to expand his own team.
"We believe that elite punishment can be a killer, we really do," said Babcock. "We have not even been sentenced to death. That's the way forward."
Leafs had a special guest on Wednesday at the York University goalkeeper Alex Fotinos Frederik Andersen day (mostly) offline.
Andersen joined Fotinos and before Garret Sparks Running through drills is missing 10 minutes before the whole team starts. Zach Hyman It was also not in procedure.
Leafs did not focus on the custom-line holes on Wednesdays, focusing on special teams.
Babcock announced after Andersen that it is clear against Florida Panther, and Hyman will be good too.
Maple Leafs has shot lines vs. Florida Panthers on Thursday: