Gardiner (illness) missed the morning skate, but is expected to play vs. Anaheim.
Gardiner has had a very strong year for the Maple Leafs, scoring six goals and eight assists (14 points) in 30 games. He has been even more impressive recently, scoring two goals with three assists (five points) in his last five games.
The Maple Leafs have placed Jake Gardiner (undisclosed) on injured reserve.
Gardiner missed Wednesday’s game in Buffalo and will miss Saturday’s in Montreal because of an undisclosed injury. Moving him to IR allows the Maple Leafs to recall someone without having to send anyone down. He is considered day-to-day until the Leafs release the nature and severity of his injury.
Gardiner (undisclosed) will not play on Saturday in Montreal.
Gardiner missed Wednesday’s contest against the Sabres and will not play on Saturday vs. the Habs. The Maple Leafs have not disclosed the nature or severity of his injury. Until more details are released, consider him day-to-day.
Gardiner (undisclosed) will not play on Wednesday.
Gardiner was not on the ice for the Maple Leafs morning skate and will miss tonight’s matchup with the Sabres with an undisclosed injury. Maple Leafs’ coach Mike Babcock called him day-to-day, which means he could be back for Saturday’s game in Montreal or miss a week of action.
Gardiner served as a healthy scratch on Saturday, but will replace Stephane Robidas tonight vs. Chicago. Gardiner has not recorded a point in six games and is a minus-2 rating over that stretch. He has eight points (2G / 6A) in 30 games this season.
Gardiner (knee) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Gardiner said he feels fine after participating in the Maple Leafs morning skate. He left Thursday’s game with a bone bruise, but it looks like he will be available tonight. Monitor his status at 6:30 p.m ET when the Leafs hit the ice for warmups.
Gardiner (knee) is on the ice for the Maple Leafs’ morning skate.
Gardiner left Thursday’s game after blocking a shot and was diagnosed with a bone bruise. His presence on the ice suggests that he will play tonight, but we won’t for sure know until the skate is over.
Gardiner left Thursday’s game with a lower-body injury and did not return.
Maple Leafs’ head coach Randy Carlyle said after the game that Gardiner suffered a bone bruise but no breaks, which is obviously good news for the Leafs. He is considered day-to-day and questionable for Saturday.
Gardiner will be back in the Leafs' lineup on Friday.
Gardiner has been a healthy scratch in the Maple Leafs last two games, but he will be back in the lineup tonight, paired with Morgan Rielly. Stephane Robidas is expected to take a seat with Gardiner returning. The Red Wings are a really fast team so getting Gardiner's foot speed is a huge upgrade from Robidas skating.
Gardiner appears to be a healthy scratch for the second straight game.
Gardiner was on the ice for warmups but did not take part in line rushes, so he will sit for the second straight game. When Randy Carlyle was asked what he wants Gardiner to do when he gets back in the lineup all he had to say was "play better." It is clear that Carlyle is not happy with Gardiner's play early in the year.
Gardiner led the Maple Leafs in ice-time on Saturday (23:04) but will not play on Sunday with Cody Franson returning from a knee injury. There is no word on whether Gardiner is dealing with an injury, but you have to think they would not make him a healthy scratch.