Maple Leafs’ Simmonds back in lineup vs. Canadiens, replaces Hunt

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Toronto Maple Leafs forward Wayne Simmonds will draw back into the team’s lineup Saturday when they take on the Montreal Canadiens, taking the place of Dryden Hunt.

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Simmonds has played in just 10 games for Toronto this season and has just one assist. He last played on Jan. 14 against the Boston Bruins.

Hunt has suited up nine times for the Leafs since being acquired from Colorado on Dec. 19. He has three goals in 37 games this season for both teams, averaging 8:04 of ice time. Only one of those goals has come with Toronto.

Defenceman Connor Timmins will also play, taking the place of Jordie Benn.

Timmins has one goal and 10 assists in 17 games this season.

Watch the Maple Leafs face the Canadiens on Saturday at 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT on Sportsnet or SN NOW.

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