Toronto Maple Leafs Head Coach Sheldon Keefe announced Monday night that forward Zach Hyman will miss two weeks with an MCL strain he suffered during Sundays game against the Vancouver Canucks.
Two weeks is a lot of time to be missing a player of Hyman’s caliber but the two weeks is a much better outcome than some were speculating it could have been. It seems the Leafs caught a bit of a break here.
TOR head coach Sheldon Keefe says Zach Hyman has a sprained MCL. Out at least two weeks. Probably as good news as they could get.
— Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) April 19, 2021
Hyman has been having an outstanding season with the Leafs so far, he sits second on his team next to only Auston Matthews with 15 goals, he also has 18 assists for 33 points in 43 games.
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