Toronto Maple Leafs goalkeeper Frederik Andersen (Frederik Andersen) reunited with his teammates on Monday after being absent for more than a month.
“This is something around my knees. The main media stakeholders said after the meeting that because of my position, this is a very stressful area, it creates a problem, and I am happy that I discovered and dealt with it. This is a problem until the situation worsens. I am glad that everything is heading in the right direction.”
Due to his health, the Danish has not been on the National League skating rink since March 19. Now he will need to get back in shape before he can play. He hopes to do this before the start of the playoffs.
“I have to get back in shape. When you are not skating and temporarily unable to get the hockey puck, the main challenge is the last step, it is gradually taking shape. This will be the deciding factor. I still have time to do this, and hope that before the playoffs Can make a difference.”
When Andersen prepares to return to the game, the Toronto squad will have a happy problem. Now she has 3 goalkeepers in her team. In addition to Andersen, Jack Campbell and David Rititch can also start online games for the Maple Leafs, and they started without the Maple Leafs.
Head coach Sheldon Keef said: “At the moment, we are making Fred feel at ease. We can prepare him for the game whenever and wherever he is.” He makes a plan. However, until then, Jack and David will be our starting players. “
This means that Andersen can play a game before May 14, because this will be the last game of the Maple Leafs against the Winnipeg Jets this season.