Toronto Maple Leafs
    Nazem Kadri
    Nazem Kadri
    #43 | Nazem Kadri
    Healthy
    Stick Hand Left
    Date of Birth 10/6/1990
    Height, Weight 6'0", 192 lbs
    From London, ON
    Drafted 2009 - Rd 1
    2018-19 Season
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    BIOGRAPHY  
    Stick Hand Left
    Date of Birth 10/6/1990
    Height, Weight 6'0", 192 lbs
    From London, ON
    Drafted 2009 - Rd 1
    RotowireMar 9, 7:17p ET

    News

    Kadri (concussion) returned Saturday and delivered a power-play assist in 12:50 of ice time in a 3-2 win over Edmonton.

    Impact

    He played 2:23 on the power play -- that was a team-high mark shared with Auston Matthews and Morgan Rielly. Get him back in your lineup.

    RotowireMar 9, 10:48a ET

    News

    Kadri (concussion) will return Saturday versus the Oilers, Derek Van Diest of NHL.com reports.

    Impact

    Look for Kadri to slot in on the third line with Patrick Marleau and William Nylander as his flankers. We can also expect Kadri to return to a power play that ranks eighth in the league at 22.4 percent between the two groupings, as he continues to fly under the radar with the likes of John Tavares and Auston Matthews drawing so much attention in the top six.

    RotowireMar 6, 11:22a ET

    News

    Kadri (concussion) won't play Wednesday against Vancouver, Paul Hendrick of the Maple Leafs' official site reports.

    Impact

    Kadri will miss an eighth consecutive contest Wednesday and remains without a clear-cut timetable for his return to game action. His next opportunity to rejoin the lineup will arrive Saturday against the Oilers, but he should probably be considered iffy at best for that match at this point.

    RotowireMar 4, 1:36p ET

    News

    Kadri (concussion) will miss Monday's game in Calgary, Terry Koshan of The Toronto Sun reports.

    Impact

    After Monday's game, Kadri's latest concussion will have robbed him of seven appearances, and it wouldn't be surprising if he missed all three games of Toronto's western road swing, though nothing beyond Calgary has been confirmed. The Leafs travel to Vancouver to play the Canucks on Wednesday before returning to Alberta to take on Edmonton on Saturday. Kadri has not played since Feb. 19.

    RotowireMar 2, 8:02a ET

    News

    Kadri (concussion) participated in morning skate, but he doesn't appear fit to play in Saturday's game against the Sabres, Jonas Siegel of The Athletic reports.

    Impact

    Barring a quick turnaround, fantasy owners will need to continue seeking alternatives to Kadri in daily contests. He has missed five consecutive games but remains off injured reserve, partially due to the 23-man roster limit being lifted. Kadri's next opportunity to suit up will arrive Monday for a road game against the Flames.