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Maple Leafs recall Rasmus Sandin

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Now if they want to remember they have Timothy Liljegren, I won’t complain.

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And the crowd roared, “Hallelujah!” And Fulemin did a little jig.

This recall will leave the Leafs with a few quarters and two dimes left in the LTIR pool, and some hard decisions to make once Jake Muzzin is healthy.

Sandin has already played six games in the NHL. If he plays in 10, his ELC will not slide, and if he is on the NHL roster during 34 more games, this season will count towards his UFA status.

The Leafs are home today after the debacle in Sunrise last night, and play the New Jersey Devils tomorrow in game 47 of the season. That means there are 36 more games remaining.

We’ll see where this leads.

Meanwhile, Leafs, can I direct your attention to Timothy Liljegren, currently on a points streak in the AHL and often showing up as the most committed player on the ice during their recent troubles...