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|Van Ryn to miss another season |
|(6/30/10) Toronto defenseman Mike Van Ryn has decided to sit out another season while recovering from a knee injury. The Maple Leafs made the announcement on Wednesday. The 31-year-old sat out all of last season to rehabilitate his left knee after undergoing realignment surgery in October.|
|Van Ryn to have knee surgery |
|(10/16/09) Rogers Sportsnet reports that Leafs D Mike Van Ryn will have left knee realignment surgery. He is done for the season.|
|Specialist looks at Van Ryn's knee |
|(10/11/09) The Sports Xchange reports Maple Leafs D Mike Van Ryn has been examined by a specialist as his swollen knee continues to keep him off skates. He has not played other than training camp scrimmages.|
|Van Ryn not part of active roster |
|(10/2/09) The Maple Leafs have chosen to place defenseman Mike Van Ryn (knee) on injured reserve to begin the 2009-10 season.|
|Van Ryn hoping to skate soon |
|(6/21/09) The Sports Xchange reports Maple Leafs D Mike Van Ryn suffered a torn medial collateral ligament on March 7, his fourth serious injury of the year, but escaped an even worse anterior cruciate injury and should be able to skate by June.|
2009-10 Draft Prep: Scouting the Atlantic
The Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference has some new faces and the reigning Stanley Cup champs. Our Ross Devonport scouts the five teams for owners for the 2009-10 season.
2009-10 Draft Prep: Scouting the Southeast
The Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference boasts some elite Fantasy talent, led by Alex Ovechkin and Ilya Kovalchuk. Our Ross Devonport scouts the five teams in the division for owners.
2009-10 Draft Prep: Scouting the Northeast
The biggest development in the Northeast Division this offseason took place after training camp opened, with Phil Kessel being traded from the Bruins to the Maple Leafs. Ross Devonport scouts the Bruins, Sabres, Canadiens, Senators and Leafs for Fantasy talent.