Alexander Kerfoot Stats
- Height / Weight
- 71 / 186 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 8/11/1994 (28)
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Toronto Maple Leafs forward Alexander Kerfoot will start Sunday's Game 4 against Tampa Bay on the top line. He finished Game 3 skating alongside Auston Matthews and Mitchell Marner and will now have a chance to start the game with them and spend even more time on the line. The move comes after Toronto head coach Sheldon Keefe wasn't satisfied with his first line's work in Game 3. Kerfoot hasn't done a lot in the playoffs so far, notching a single point via a goal and recording seven shots. Michael Bunting will drop from the first line all the way down to the fourth.
Toronto Maple Leafs forward Alexander Kerfoot will have an opportunity to log top-six minutes in Tuesday's matchup against Dallas. He centered the second line at the morning skate, with John Tavares moving up to the first line to fill in for the suspended Auston Matthews. Kerfoot has had a really solid season with 43 points in 59 games and now gets a further chance to boost his numbers. The 27-year-old will skate with William Nylander and Nicholas Robertson, who will be playing against his brother Jason.
Alexander Kerfoot just needed one shot to make an impact. He only had one opportunity and the center made the most of it. His goal helped Toronto to a 3-1 home win over the Ottawa Senators on Saturday night. Kerfoot had struggled a bit in the early going but was allowed to rest a bit to clear his head. That worked as he also added an assist versus the rival Senators. He played almost 15 minutes on Saturday night and looked much more effective in all phases.
Toronto Maple Leafs forward Alexander Kerfoot potted the decisive goal in Wednesday's 2-1 victory over Ottawa, reaching three goals and eight points for the year. Auston Matthews got the scoring started with his 14th marker of the season, while Jake Muzzin collected an assist on both plays. Kerfoot looks like a pretty unattractive fantasy piece, as he doesn't get many minutes on a nightly basis, but this Leafs team is full of goals and everybody is getting in on the act, which makes the Vancouver-born forward an under-the-radar DFS pick and a decent addition for teams in deep leagues. He now has four points in his past five games ahead of Thursday's rematch with the struggling Senators.
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