Washington’s Sandin Stops By Toronto’s Practice On Monday

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While stopping in Toronto to finish packing a few things, Washington Capitals defenseman Rasmus Sandin stopped by the Toronto Maple Leafs’ practice facility to greet his former teammates and management during their practice on Monday.

The 23-year-old was traded to Washington by Toronto in exchange for defenseman Erik Gustafsson and the Boston Bruins’ 2023 first-round pick on February 28.

Sandin tallied three goals, 15 points, and a 43.97% five-on-five expected goals-for percentage in 19 games with Washington after the trade.

Sandin was seen talking to Toronto GM Kyle Dubas and his staff while they were watching practice.

Toronto opens their best-of-seven first-round Stanley Cup Playoff series vs. the three-time defending Eastern Conference Champion Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday at Scotiabank Arena (7:30 PM ET, ESPN).

By Harrison Brown

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1 Response to Washington’s Sandin Stops By Toronto’s Practice On Monday

  1. Prevent Defense says:

    Not the biggest NHL defenseman, but Sandin is a gamer

    Maybe next year the Caps play TOR in the First Round of the 2024 NHL playoffs. And Sandin can show “management” that they made a mistake

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