Toronto Maple Leafs
    Jake Muzzin
    Jake Muzzin
    #8 | Jake Muzzin
    Healthy
    Stick Hand Left
    Date of Birth 2/21/1989
    Height, Weight 6'3", 213 lbs
    From Woodstock, ON
    Drafted 2007 - Rd 5
    2019-20 Season
    BS
    13
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    PIM
    4
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    +/-
    3
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    BIOGRAPHY  
    Stick Hand Left
    Date of Birth 2/21/1989
    Height, Weight 6'3", 213 lbs
    From Woodstock, ON
    Drafted 2007 - Rd 5
    RotowireOct 21, 8:47p ET

    News

    Muzzin recorded two assists, one of them short-handed, in Monday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Blue Jackets.

    Impact

    The blueliner put together his first multi-point performance of the season, but Muzzin has been a strong contributor for the Leafs in the early going, scoring one goal and seven points in 10 games. His lack of consistent power-play time will make it difficult for the 30-year-old to maintain that pace, however.

    RotowireOct 16, 9:09p ET

    News

    Muzzin finished Wednesday's 4-3 loss to Washington with an assist.

    Impact

    The Maple Leafs' top-four blueliner has now collected assists in three of the last four games. Despite the loss, Muzzin continues turning in solid performances on a nightly basis, able to post a plus-2 rating in the loss. A tough Saturday matchup with the Bruins now awaits Muzzin and the Maple Leafs.

    RotowireOct 3, 10:31a ET

    News

    Muzzin was paired with newcomer Tyson Barrie at even-strength in Wednesday's 5-3 win over Ottawa.

    Impact

    He didn't pick up any points, but showed flashes of dominating, first-pairing play. No offense to Morgan Reilly, but the Barrie-Muzzin duo give Toronto something it hasn't had in decades and that's a dominant top pairing on the blue line. Muzzin saw a tiny amount of power-play time, but delivered more shorthanded and in peripheral categories like hits, takeaways and blocks. He might not dominate in the fantasy arena, but Muzzin is going to be a key player in the Leafs' march toward Lord Stanley come June.

    RotowireOct 3, 10:31a ET

    News

    Muzzin was paired with newcomer Tyson Barrie at even strength in Wednesday's 5-3 win over Ottawa.

    Impact

    He didn't pick up any points, but showed flashes of dominating, first-pairing play. No offense to Morgan Reilly, but the Barrie-Muzzin duo give Toronto something it hasn't had in decades and that's a dominant top pairing on the blue line. Muzzin saw a tiny amount of power-play time, but delivered more shorthanded and in peripheral categories like hits, takeaways and blocks. He might not dominate in the fantasy arena, but Muzzin is going to be a key player in the Leafs' march toward Lord Stanley come June.