Hyman unfazed by scoring totals
Most top-six forwards would be worried if their goal tally sat at one after 15 games.
Zach Hyman isn’t one of those players.
The body of work he contributes to the team and the way he makes players around him better is an important element to the Maple Leafs’ success. And while he remains focused on the forechecking and cycling he does best, Hyman still has unfinished work on his plate — improving the chemistry with linemates Zach Hyman may have only one goal, but he brings a lot more to the Leafs lineup.
John Tavares and Mitch Marner.
“I still think (our line chemistry) can be a lot better,” Tavares said as the Leafs practised Thursday in preparation for the New Jersey Devils.