Published: Wed, December 05, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

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Late goal from Kadri propels Maple Leafs in Minnesota

That's what we think.

Nylander's prorated $10.27-million cap hit for the remainder of 2018-19 sees him join Connor McDavid, new teammate John Tavares, Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews, Carey Price, Jack Eichel and Anze Kopitar as the only players in the league now with an eight-figure cap hit. "I can imagine what he's going through". Nylander has tallied 61 points in each of the last two seasons, posting two straight 20-plus goal campaigns.

"We always tried to stay optimistic", said Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas. "It's exciting. I can't wait to have him back".

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Nylander, 22, has missed Toronto's first 26 games as he sat out while seeking a new deal.

Nylander was selected by Toronto No. 8 in the 2014 NHL Draft.

Matthews scored twice and added an assist in his return to the lineup Wednesday in a 5-3 victory over the San Jose Sharks after missing 14 games with a shoulder injury, while Nylander has been at home in Sweden waiting on a new contract.

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With a sense of uncertainty about Nylander's future, one thing remains certain: The Toronto Maple Leafs are stronger today than they were yesterday and that is something that all Leafs fans can be happy about. In the end, one of the most talented young forwards in the National Hockey League returns to a team that is 19-8-0 this season and has designs on winning its first Stanley Cup since 1967. The Leafs felt that he was comparable to a player such as Nikolaj Ehlers of the Winnipeg Jets, who signed a seven-year deal worth $6 million annually last October. What he is able to do for his line is incredible, what he does with the puck down low, the way he can hold on to it, the way he goes to the net, he is a guy who really drives his line and does a very good job for us. On July 1, 2019 Nylander will receive an $8.3M signing bonus. "Hopefully he gets us on a run here, gets in a couple practices".

"I thought we started OK and then I don't know if we thought it was going to be easy or whatever", Toronto coach Mike Babcock said. "I have to continue to play, get my legs back under me and my wind back, hope to continue to play better".

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