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Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Shows off skill in bid for role
Timmins scored two goals and added two assists in Wednesday's 5-2 win over the Sabres in the Kraft Hockeyville game in St. Thomas, Ontario.
The town of West Lorne, Ontario earned the title, but the ice surface in their arena is below NHL standards and there are only a few seats, so they moved it to a nearby city. Timmins showed off his strong offensive abilities, which have never been in doubt. He's competing for the seventh-man role because of his glaring defensive issues. Still, spot starting Timmins when he's given the opportunity to showcase his skill can help fantasy managers if they pluck him from the wire.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Suits up at forward Tuesday
Timmins played 9:12 in a 4-3 win over Tampa Bay on Tuesday.
Timmins moved up to forward Tuesday night, and he ended up delivering one hit and one shot. It's his second appearance this month and since February. Given the depth of the Leafs' blue line, Timmins is likely to be a black ace through the postseason. However, he's inked through 2024-25 at a modest $1.1 million, so he could earn a 5/6/7 role next season.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Nets second goal of 2022-23
Timmins scored a goal in Toronto's 5-2 victory over Chicago on Wednesday.
Timmins scored at 16:07 of the second period, extending Toronto's edge to 5-2. It was his second goal and 13th point in 21 contests this season. Timmins drew into the lineup for the first time since Jan. 27 after being a healthy scratch in four consecutive games from Jan. 29-Feb. 11.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Draws back into lineup Wednesday
Timmins will draw back into the lineup Wednesday against Chicago, reports Sportsnet.ca.
It will be his first appearance since signing his two-year extension. Timmins will replace Justin Holl in the lineup, and he will skate alongside Rasmus Sandin on the third pair. The seventh man is productive when he's in the lineup, and his extension may afford him the every-day opportunity he wants.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Inks two-year extension
Timmins signed a two-year contract extension Thursday worth $2.2 million, James Mirtle of The Athletic reports.
Timmins will average $1.1 million starting in the 2023-24 campaign. He was acquired by the Maple Leafs from Arizona on Nov. 23 and has a goal and 11 assists in 18 games this season for Toronto. Timmins has been a healthy scratch in three of the last four games but has been effective when in the lineup.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Productive when in lineup
Timmins has played in seven of the Leafs' last 12 games and recorded a goal and three assists.
Timmins cycles in and out of the Leafs' lineup now that the team's blue line is healthy. He's smart and physical, and he can move pucks well. Timmins has one goal and 11 assists in 18 games with Toronto, and he is clearly productive as long as he's in the lineup.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Scores first career NHL goal
Timmins contributed a goal and assist in Toronto's 6-2 win against Philadelphia on Sunday.
Timmins' marker came at 7:01 of the second period and extended Toronto's lead to 3-1. He has a goal and 10 points in 14 contests this season. His marker was also his first NHL goal in 53 career games. Timmins had been a healthy scratch in Toronto's previous three contests.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Two assists against old team
Timmins notched a pair of power-play assists and two PIM in Thursday's 6-3 loss to the Coyotes.
Timmins only got into eight games for the Coyotes between last season and this one before he was dealt to the Maple Leafs in November. He's been an instant success for Toronto, picking up eight helpers (three on the power play) over the last 10 games while handling a regular bottom-four role. Timmins has set a new career high in points with that production, though he could lose his everyday place in the lineup once Rasmus Sandin (neck) returns from injured reserve.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Grabs three helpers in win
Timmins had three assists in Tuesday's 7-0 win over Anaheim.
Timmins picked up helpers on the first three Maple Leaf goals after coming into the contest with just one point on the season. The 24-year-old defenseman was recalled on Dec. 6 due to a rash of injuries on Toronto's blueline and he made the most of his opportunity Tuesday. Timmins' longest stretch of NHL action came in 2020 with Colorado, where he logged eight assists in 31 games. Despite his performance Tuesday, He could see more opportunities going forward as the Leafs still have five defenseman on IR, though three-point games shouldn't be counted on as the norm. Timmins now has four assists in six games this season.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Practices with Leafs on Thursday
Timmins participated in the Leafs' practice Thursday, per Lance Hornby of The Toronto Sun.
It was Timmins' first practice with Toronto since being acquired from Arizona on Wednesday. Leafs GM Kyle Dubas said Wednesday that Timmins has fully recovered from his upper-body injury, but he's not expected to be in the lineup Friday against Minnesota. He's instead getting an opportunity to get back up to speed and adjust to his new team before making his Leafs debut. With Timmins not expected to play and Jordie Benn unavailable after suffering an upper-body injury during Wednesday's 2-1 win over New Jersey, Victor Mete will draw into the lineup Friday as part of the third pairing.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Deemed healthy, team debut TBD
General manager Kyle Dubas said Timmins (upper body) is fully healthy, David Alter of Sports Illustrated reports.
Dubas refused to elaborate on when Timmins might be available to make his Maple Leafs debut, as he still needs to get up to speed with his new team. The 24-year-old will link up with the Leafs in Minnesota, but he's likely to serve as a healthy scratch for at least one game before drawing in.... See More ... See Less
Maple Leafs' Conor Timmins: Heading to Leafs
Timmins (upper body) was acquired by Toronto on Wednesday from Arizona in exchange for Curtis Douglas, per Craig Morgan of PHNX Sports.
Timmins hasn't played in the NHL since Oct. 15 because of the injury. However, he was sent to AHL Tucson on Nov. 8 for a conditioning stint. He has three assists and 12 PIM in six AHL contests. Toronto is missing defensemen T.J. Brodie (oblique), Carl Dahlstrom (shoulder), Jake Muzzin (cervical spine) and Morgan Rielly (knee), so if Timmins is ready to return, then he has an opportunity to play a big role with the Maple Leafs.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Conor Timmins: Heads to AHL for conditioning
Timmins (upper body) was assigned to AHL Tucson on Tuesday for conditioning purposes.
Timmins will get some playing time in the minors following an extended absence from the Coyotes' lineup. He had been out since Oct. 15 due to an upper-body issue.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Conor Timmins: Remains sidelined
Timmins (upper body) won't play Tuesday against Florida, Craig Morgan of PHNX Sports reports.
Timmins was injured in a game against Boston on Oct. 15. This will be his seventh straight contest on the shelf. It is still unclear when the 24-year-old blueliner will be available to return.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Conor Timmins: Still unavailable
Timmins (upper body) won't play again Tuesday against Columbus.
Timmins has been unavailable since Oct. 15, when he was injured in a game against Boston. It is unclear when he will be ready to return.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Conor Timmins: Remains out of action
Timmins (upper body) won't return to the lineup Thursday versus the Canadiens.
Timmins was hurt in Saturday's contest versus the Bruins. There's been little information on his status since the injury occurred, but it's believed he remains day-to-day. His next chance to return is Saturday in Ottawa.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Conor Timmins: Day-to-day with upper-body issue
Timmins (upper body) is day-to-day, Craig Morgan of PHNX Sports reports.
Timmins was injured in Saturday's game against Boston. He isn't expected to be available to play in Monday's contest versus Toronto.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Conor Timmins: Done for night
Timmins (upper body) won't return to Saturday's game versus the Bruins.
It's unclear how Timmins was injured, but he was ruled out during the second intermission. If he misses additional time, Juuso Valimaki (not injury related) or Patrik Nemeth would likely slot into a third-pairing role. The Coyotes' next game is Monday in Toronto.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Conor Timmins: Healthy ahead of training camp
Timmins (knee) has been medically cleared ahead of training camp, Arizona Coyotes Insider Craig Morgan reports.
Timmins drew into just six games with the Coyotes before undergoing season-ending knee surgery in 2021-22, going scoreless while posting a minus-6 rating over that span. If he's able to avoid the injury bug, the 2017 second-round pick could carve out a regular role with Arizona in 2022-23.... See More ... See Less
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