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Toronto Maple Leafs: 3 Potential Replacements for Zach Hyman

Zach Hyman, Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner, Toronto Maple Leafs (Credit: Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports) The Toronto Maple Leafs may need to replace Zach Hyman next season if he requests too much money. Zach Hyman has been a valued member of the Toronto Maple Leafs, but unfortunately, the team is way...
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Zach Hyman Won’t Be Leaving the Maple Leafs or Toronto

Many Toronto Maple Leafs’ fans, although the Stanley Cup playoffs continue in the background, are preparing for what promises to be a busy and interesting offseason for their team. Obviously, there are players to sign within the COVID-19 impacted context that includes a continuing flat salary cap. That flat cap...
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Toronto Maple Leafs: Zach Hyman Probably Isn’t Coming Back

Zach Hyman, Toronto Maple Leafs (Credit: Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports) The Toronto Maple Leafs will be saying goodbye to Zach Hyman this summer, in all probability. There is only one way in which the beloved winger comes back to the Toronto Maple Leafs, and that is if he forgoes millions of dollars and long term security in order to sign a one-year extension to try and win here.
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Agent Denies Zach Hyman Turned Down $5M Offer from Maple Leafs

There was a rumor circulating the hockey world on Friday that the Toronto Maple Leafs had made an offer to UFA forward Zach Hyman and that Hyman turned it down. The reported offer would see him make $5 million per season and speculation was that the player had said no, thus leading to further speculation he might be leaning towards testing the free agent market this offseason.
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NHL Rumors: Top-Heavy Teams, Pittsburgh Penguins Core, and Zach Hyman

TSN: Pierre LeBrun on teams that are top-heavy in terms of salary. “There are a lot of executives that I’ve talked to, that continue to point at that and saying, ‘you can’t be top-heavy on your cap and win.’ Is essentially the real message here, and I don’t know if that is true. Obviously, the numbers bear it out, but it just means you have to be really good elsewhere in your lineup.
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DraftKings Cheat Sheet: NHL DFS Picks with Zach Hyman | 5/27

The NHL playoffs are underway! We get two critical games tonight on the DraftKings NHL DFS main slate. The Toronto Maple Leafs are heavy favorites to win outright and are looking like the top team to stack in daily fantasy lineups as they hold a 3-1 series lead against the Montreal Canadiens. Awesemo is once again bringing you some of the best daily fantasy hockey plays on the day’s slate brought to you in a quick-hitting format, with all the information you need to start building your DraftKings lineups. The best part? It’s all based on our industry-leading projections from the No. 1 DFS player in the world, Alex Baker himself. For today’s slate, Zach Hyman is looking like one of the must-plays. Let’s get into the rest of the cheat sheet for Thursday, May 27.
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FanDuel Cheat Sheet: NHL DFS Picks with Zach Hyman | 5/24

The NHL playoffs are underway and the FanDuel NHL DFS main slate brings us five games to build lineups from tonight. The Toronto Maple Leafs are looking like a top team to stack in daily fantasy lineups as they take on the Montreal Canadiens. From a betting perspective, the Vegas Golden Knights are the heaviest favorite to win outright. As always, Awesemo is bringing you some of the best daily fantasy hockey plays on the day’s slate brought to you in a quick-hitting format, with all the information you need to start building your FanDuel NHL lineups. The best part? It’s all based on our industry-leading projections from the No. 1 DFS player in the world, Alex Baker himself. For today’s slate, Zach Hyman is looking like one of the must-plays. Let’s get into the rest of the cheat sheet for Monday, May 24.
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Maple Leafs' Zach Hyman: Back in lineup for Game 1

Hyman (knee) will be in action against Montreal for Game 1 on Thursday, Jonas Siegel of The Athletic reports. Additionally, the winger has been activated off injured reserve, per the NHL media site. Hyman will make his return following an 11-game stint on the sidelines due to his knee injury....
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Maple Leafs' Zach Hyman: Practices on top line

Hyman (knee) practiced on the top line and first power-play unit Sunday, James Mirtle of The Athletic. Hyman missed the last 11 games of the season and is currently on long-term injured reserve, but this news bodes well for his chances to return for Game 1 on Thursday against Montreal. Before that happens, he'll need to be formally activated from IR, so look for that news later in the week.
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Zach Hyman May 10/21

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Zach Hyman says he's getting closer to a return to the lineup. The forward skated in a non-contact jersey for the first time since his suffering a sprained MCL on Apr. 18.
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Maple Leafs' Zach Hyman: Shifts to long-term IR

Hyman (knee) was placed on long-term injured reserve Tuesday, per CapFriendly. Hyman will miss Wednesday's game versus the Senators, which will be his 10th absence since suffering the injury April 18 versus the Canucks. The 28-year-old Hyman is expected to return some time during the playoffs.