Jake Muzzin

JakeMuzzin

  • HT/WT
    6' 3", 217 lbs
  • DOB
    2/21/1989 (32)
  • Draft Info
    2007: Rd 5, Pk 141 (PIT)
  • Experience
    10th Season
  • Status
    Active

Previous Game

Canadiens
0-1-0, 0 PTS
1
Maple Leafs
1-0-0, 2 PTS
4
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2021 General

Stats
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Recent Games

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Sat 5/29@MTL
L
3-2 OT
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North 1st Round - Game 6
Thu 5/27vsMTL
L
4-3 OT
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Tue 5/25@MTL
W
4-0
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Mon 5/24@MTL
W
2-1
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North 1st Round - Game 3
Sat 5/22vsMTL
W
5-1
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North 1st Round - Game 2
Latest News

Fantasy Hockey

Draft Rk
157
% Rostered
78.4
% Change 7 Days
1.5

News: 3 days agoMuzzin (lower body) was on the ice for practice Thursday, David Alter of The Hockey News reports.

Spin: Muzzin missed Game 7 of the Maple Leafs' first round playoff loss to the Canadiens with a lower-body injury last season, but he was given a three-week recovery timetable at that point, so it wasn't surprising to see him on the ice Thursday. The veteran blueliner picked up four goals, 27 points, 103 shots, 101 hits and 94 blocks in 53 games last campaign.

ESPN Fantasy Projection: Muzzin's first two full seasons with Toronto have been remarkably similar, so you should know what to expect from the veteran blueliner. After delivering six goals, 23 points and 99 shots over 53 appearances in 2019-20, Muzzin totaled four goals, 27 points and 103 shots in 53 games last season. You're drafting Muzzin for more than just his modest offense, though, as he finished in the top 25 among defensemen in both blocked shots (94) and hits (101) last year. While Muzzin has a high floor thanks to his well-rounded stat line, his ceiling is capped by the fact that he barely sniffs any power play time, having mustered all of two power-play points over the last two campaigns. He suffered a lower-body injury just before Toronto's exit from the postseason, but the injury isn't expected to linger into next season.