Are the Maple Leafs changing? Marner and Nylander swap places during training

Just when the heat seemed to be rising Toronto Maple Leafs“ Top coach Sheldon Keefe changed things up in practice on Monday.

Slacking winger Mitch Marner skated alongside captain John Tavares and Tyler Bertuzzi, while team-leading scorer William Nylander patrolled the right side Austin Matthews and freshman Matthew Knies.

Marner, 26, has recorded just three assists in his last five games, while Matthews, 26, has just two points – a goal and an assist. Despite their struggles, both players are currently third (20) and second (21) respectively. in the team ranking. Nylander has 27 points.

The Maple Leafs are 10-6-3 this season and have lost their last two games against Chicago and Pittsburgh.

Other observations from Monday’s practice suggested that winger Ryan Reaves could play in Tuesday’s game against the Florida Panthers, as Bobby McMann was spotted wearing the “Extra” jersey. Reaves has just one point in his first season in Toronto, which he scored Friday in Chicago. The burly winger was a healthy substitute in three of the four games Toronto won in the recent series.

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