Frederik Andersen to make 1st start in Maple Leafs net since March in Ottawa
Veteran goalie sat out 23 games with lower-body injury while Jack Campbell shone
Maple Leafs goaltender Frederik Andersen will get his first start in almost two months when Toronto visits the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday.
Andersen had been out with a lower-body injury that was originally thought to be day-to-day but ended up keeping him out for 23 games. Toronto went 16-3-4 in Andersen's absence, with Jack Campbell getting the majority of those starts.
The 31-year-old Andersen has a 13-8-2 record this season with a career-high 2.91 goals against average and career-low .897 save percentage.
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