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2023 21.750.8 4 4 5 14:28
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2021 21.250.6 5 5 3 12:34
3y Avg. 8.750.5 - 2 2 1 13:24
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  • Maple Leafs' William Lagesson: Set to return

    Lagesson (upper body) will return to the Maple Leafs' lineup Thursday versus the Golden Knights, David Alter of The Hockey News reports. Lagesson is also set for top-four minutes, as he'll be paired with Morgan Rielly. The 28-year-old Lagesson missed two games with the upper-body injury. He has just three assists and nine shots on net to go with 46 hits, 33 blocked shots and 19 PIM over 25 appearances this year.
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  • Maple Leafs' William Lagesson: Unavailable Wednesday

    Lagesson (upper body) won't play Wednesday versus the Coyotes, David Alter of The Hockey News reports. Lagesson will miss his second straight game. He was initially expected to miss time after suffering the injury Saturday, but he was upgraded to day-to-day Sunday. Marshall Rifai will likely stick in the lineup while Lagesson and Mark Giordano (personal) are out.
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  • Maple Leafs' William Lagesson: Not playing Monday

    Lagesson (upper body) won't play Monday versus the Blues, Mark Masters of TSN reports. Lagesson is considered day-to-day after being injured in Saturday's 9-2 win over Anaheim. He will be replaced in the lineup by Marshall Rifai, who will make his NHL debut. Lagesson's next chance to play is Wednesday versus the Coyotes.
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  • Maple Leafs' William Lagesson: Could play Monday

    Lagesson (upper body) is "day-to-day" and has a chance to play Monday versus St. Louis, David Alter of The Hockey News reports. It was initially reported that Lagesson would miss time after leaving Saturday's game against the Ducks, though it now appears the injury isn't as serious as originally feared. If Lagesson can suit up against the Blues, it would be a big boost to a Toronto defensive corps currently ravaged by injuries. The 27-year-old Lagesson has three assists while averaging 14:21 of ice time through 25 games this season.
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  • Maple Leafs' William Lagesson: Will miss time

    Lagesson (upper body) will miss time with the injury he sustained Saturday versus the Ducks, David Alter of The Hockey News reports. The Maple Leafs' already shaky defensive depth will be tested further with this news. Lagesson could be a candidate for injured reserve to free up a roster spot in the coming days, though it's unclear who will take his place in the lineup.
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  • Maple Leafs' William Lagesson: Departs Saturday's game

    Lagesson (upper body) won't return to Saturday's game versus the Ducks. Lagesson was hurt in the first period, though the specifics of his injury are not clear. The Maple Leafs are already short on the blue line with Morgan Rielly (suspension), Mark Giordano (personal) and Conor Timmins (illness) all unavailable. It's unclear if Lagesson will be able to play Monday versus the Blues.
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  • Maple Leafs' William Lagesson: Healthy scratch more often than not

    Lagesson has been a healthy scratch for the Leafs' last 14 games. Simon Benoit has been playing well, and Lagesson hasn't been able to break into the lineup as a result. He last played Dec. 27. He has three assists, 33 hits and 32 blocks in 21 games.
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  • Maple Leafs' William Lagesson: Game-time decision

    Lagesson (illness) will be game-time decision Monday against the Islanders, according to David Alter of Sports Illustrated. However, the expectation is that Lagesson will be able to return from a two-game absence after he took part in the morning skate. If he is good to go, Max Lajoie will probably be a healthy scratch. Lagesson has one assist, five shots on goal, 22 blocked shots and 25 hits across 14 NHL outings this season.
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  • Maple Leafs' William Lagesson: Won't play Saturday

    Lagesson (illness) won't play Saturday against Nashville, according to NHL.com. Lagesson is expected to miss his second straight game after he didn't take part in Saturday's morning skate. He has picked up one assist, five shots on goal, 22 blocked shots and 25 hits across 14 NHL outings this season. Max Lajoie is projected to play against the Predators on Saturday.
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  • Maple Leafs' William Lagesson: Waived Sunday

    Lagesson was waived by Toronto on Sunday, Chris Johnston of TSN reports. Lagesson landed a two-way contract with the Maple Leafs this offseason but it looks like he'll begin the year with AHL Toronto. He notched 10 goals and 32 points in 65 games with AHL Chicago last year.
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  • Hurricanes' William Lagesson: Grabs two-way deal

    Lagesson secured a one-year, two-way contract with Carolina on Monday, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. Lagesson played in 33 games for the Oilers and Canadiens last season in which he garnered five assists, though he has yet to score his first NHL goal. Given the Canes' depth on the blue line, including fellow youngsters Ethan Bear (leg) and Dylan Coghlan, the 26-year-old Lagesson will be hard-pressed to secure a spot on the 23-man roster for Opening Night and figures to spend significant time in the minors this year.
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  • Canadiens' William Lagesson: Brought in at deadline

    Lagesson was acquired by the Canadiens from the Oilers, along with a second-round pick and a seventh-round pick, Monday in exchange for Brett Kulak, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports. Lagesson will have about six weeks to impress team brass in Montreal if he wants to secure a new contract this offseason. In 30 games with the Oilers this year, the 26-year-old blueliner recorded just four helpers, 32 shots and 39 hits, though he has logged a meager 12:20 of ice time per night. With his new club, Lagesson should see an uptick in ice time but figures to remain a low-end fantasy target.
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  • Oilers' William Lagesson: Moves into seventh defenseman role

    Lagesson has been a healthy scratch for the last two games. The Oilers are starting to get some injured players back -- Tyson Barrie returned recently and Kris Russell (undisclosed) is targeting a return Thursday versus the Sabres. That leaves Lagesson on the outside of the lineup looking in, though he'll stay with the big club while Philip Broberg heads back to AHL Bakersfield. Lagesson only has four assists, 39 hits, 32 shots on net and 16 blocked shots in 30 appearances this season, so he's not likely to be of interest in most fantasy formats.
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  • Oilers' William Lagesson: Supplies helper in loss

    Lagesson notched an assist in Sunday's 7-3 loss to the Wild. Lagesson had gone eight games without a point entering Sunday, but he snapped the drought on a Tyler Benson goal in the second period. The 25-year-old Lagesson has helped to cover the Oilers' absence of Duncan Keith (upper body) in recent contests. For the season, Lagesson's at four helpers, 22 shots on net, 26 hits, 15 blocked shots and a plus-5 rating through 22 appearances -- he's unlikely to score enough to draw much fantasy interest.
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  • Oilers' William Lagesson: Recalled Monday

    Lagesson was promoted to the NHL on Monday. Lagesson will move up to the active roster as a replacement for Kris Russell (undisclosed) who was placed on injured reserve in a corresponding move. The 25-year-old Lagesson figures to play in the team's upcoming back-to-back but shouldn't see much more than the 11:32 of ice time he is averaging this year. As such, Lagesson will be hard-pressed to produce offensively.
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  • Oilers' William Lagesson: Dropped from active roster

    Lagesson was reassigned to AHL Bakersfield on Wednesday. Lagesson had two assists in his last six outings with the Oilers, but he'll head back to the Condors to pick up playing time during the All-Star break. The Swede is unlikely to play in more than a third-pairing role if he returns to the Oilers later in the season.
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  • Oilers' William Lagesson: Provides helper in big win

    Lagesson posted an assist, two shots on net and a plus-2 rating in Saturday's 7-2 win over the Canadiens. Lagesson helped out on the first of Zach Hyman's two goals in the contest. This was just the third assist in 12 games for Lagesson, though he established a new career high in points. The Swede has added 15 shots on net, 12 hits, seven blocked shots and a plus-1 rating in limited minute this season. He'll likely compete with Slater Koekkoek for playing time as long as Lagesson remains on the active roster.
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  • Oilers' William Lagesson: Dropped to taxi squad

    Lagesson was demoted to the taxi squad Friday. Lagesson has played in 11 games for the Oilers this season in which he recorded two assists, 13 shots and 11 hits despite averaging just 11:23 of ice time. The blueliner will likely be bumped back up to the active roster before the club's three-game road trip in the event the club needs some reinforcements.
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  • Oilers' William Lagesson: Promoted to active roster

    Lagesson was added to the active roster Thursday, Tom Gazzola of TSN.ca reports. Lagesson has averaged 11:31 of ice time and tallied two assists over 10 NHL appearances this season. The 25-year-old recorded an assist in his last NHL outing against Ottawa on Jan. 15. Per Gazzola, the Swedish defenseman is likely to make his 11th NHL appearance of the season against Nashville on Thursday.
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  • Oilers' William Lagesson: Hits waivers

    Lagesson was placed on waivers Tuesday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports. This move suggests Kris Russell (upper body) could be coming off long-term injured reserve ahead of Thursday's matchup with the Panthers. If Lagesson, who's picked up two helpers through 10 NHL appearances this season, passes through waivers unclaimed, look for him to head to the taxi squad.
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