The Toronto Maple Leafs' season is officially over and it's time for all the dust to settle.
The team has yet to clean out their lockers but we've already got some news.
Yesterday Calle Rosen was sent to the AHL and today the Leafs announced a forward will have surgery on April 29th.
Zach Hyman will have surgery to repair a torn ACL he sustained during the first round playoff series against Boston.
The Leafs' added that he's expected to miss a minimum of six months.
The @MapleLeafs announced today that forward Zach Hyman will undergo surgery Monday, April 29 to repair a torn Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) sustained during the team’s first round playoff series against Boston. He is expected to miss a minimum of six months.
— Leafs PR (@LeafsPR) April 25, 2019