TORONTO (AP) Goaltender Frederik Andersen has arrived at Maple Leafs training camp leaner than the past, crediting change to his workout regimen and a commitment to analyzing his diet.
"I feel more fit and I feel like I have a better build," Andersen said.
Last year was the busiest season of Andersen's NHL career. Acquired via trade from the Anaheim Ducks and signed to a five-year, $25 million contract, he appeared in a career-high 66 regular-season games and posted a 33-16-14 record, a .918 save percentage, and four shutouts. He struggled early, allowing 26 goals in his first seven games and posted just a .876 save percentage in October.