Nicholas Robertson Stats
- Height / Weight
- 69 / 178 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 9/11/2001 (22)
Nicholas Robertson Last 10 Games
Nicholas Robertson News
Toronto Maple Leafs winger Nicholas Robertson is eager to leave injuries behind him and kickstart his NHL career. "The show goes on," the 21-year-old told TSN. "The secret to success for me is just being healthy." Following an impressive preseason, Robertson played just 15 times in the NHL last term, sustaining a shoulder injury in December, which needed surgery. "Since the season's been done I was like, 'Ok, it's a fresh start,' and I'm just excited and ready to go," Robertson added. Through his first 31 NHL appearances, Robertson had registered three goals and four assists. With Tyler Bertuzzi and Max Domi arriving in town, he faces an uphill battle in trying to secure a spot on a scoring line next season.
Toronto Maple Leafs left wing Nicholas Robertson (shoulder) will be sidelined for 6-8 weeks, the team announced on Saturday. He was injured in Thursday's matchup against the Kings, and whilst Robertson won't need surgery to fix the issue, he will still miss at least a month and a half of action. The 21-year-old has tallied five points in 15 appearances this season but hasn't been able to improve his tally for eight games. Denis Malgin has moved to Robertson's spot on the second in practice, and he looks set to remain there for Saturday's tilt against Calgary. The Swiss winger will be in a great spot to add to his four points, with John Tavares and Mitchell Marner as his linemates. The latter is riding a sensational 21-game point streak.
Toronto Maple Leafs left wing Nicholas Robertson hurt his shoulder against the Kings on Thursday and had to leave the game after just four shifts. He was injured when he took an awkward fall into the boards following a hit from Kings defenseman Matt Roy. Toronto head coach Sheldon Keefe said after the game that Robertson is set to miss significant time. It's very unfortunate for the young winger who was expected to break through this season. He has already struggled to hold down a spot in the lineup and Robertson now won't even be healthy enough to play for a while. The 21-year-old heads to the shelf with two goals and three assists on his account in 15 games.
Toronto Maple Leafs left wing Nicholas Robertson will re-enter the lineup Wednesday versus New Jersey. He has sat out the past four games as a healthy scratch. The 21-year-old has recorded two goals and three assists in 10 appearances this season, firing off 18 shots on goal and delivering 10 hits. He is still trying to find his feet in the big league and isn't a reliable fantasy option right now, but Robertson will find himself skating with Toronto's hot second line Wednesday, and that sets him up nicely for success.