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Leafs preparing for William Nylander to play Game 4, per Sheldon Keefe


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Aaron Itovitch
April 27, 2024  (11:15)
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Toronto Maple Leafs forward William Nylander
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A week after suffering a head injury that knocked him out for the first three games, William Nylander is set to make his return to the lineup per Sheldon Keefe.

William Nylander has been dealing with chronic migraines for the last week, having missed three games in round one against the Boston Bruins. His absence has certainly been noticed, as the Toronto Maple Leafs have fallen into a 2-1 series deficit against their divisional rival.
Standout performances from players like Brad Marchand and Jake DeBrusk, as well as both of their goaltenders has made the Boston Bruins steep competition. Without William Nylander it has been a tough battle, but luckily, per head coach Sheldon Keefe, he is set to return tonight.
The #leafs are preparing for William Nylander to play Game 4, per Sheldon Keefe.

William Nylander is not on the ice for Leafs optional skate

That is his normal game-day routine

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Per the routine at practice, Connor Dewar will lose his spot in the lineup for Nylander:
It looks like TJ Brodie will replace Timothy Liljegren on the Leafs defence in Game 4.

Connor Dewar looks like the odd man out up front, assuming William Nylander returns to the lineup.

Nick Robertson keeps his spot from the looks of it.

We will see if William Nylander can be the difference maker that got him his $92-million extension with the Toronto Maple Leafs. We will have to hope so, as the team is only one win away from a tied series.
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