Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Dave Nonis spent the night in a hospital after feeling "unwell" during the team's game Saturday night, but he has been released, according to multiple media reports.
"During the second period of last night's home opener, Toronto Maple Leafs Senior Vice President and General Manager Dave Nonis felt unwell," the Maple Leafs said in a statement Sunday before his release. "He was assessed by team physicians at Air Canada Centre, and as a precaution, was asked to go to the hospital for further testing. He has progressed very well overnight and is expected to be discharged [Sunday]."
The Maple Leafs' next game is Tuesday at Air Canada Centre against the Colorado Avalanche.
I definitely think going back down helped me, I had a lot of confidence down there, I played a lot of minutes and I think that helped me a lot. With the 37 games up here, that gave me experience as well. I know what it takes to play in the NHL and now it's time for me to show that I'm capable of being a full-time NHL player.
— Oilers forward Leon Draisaitl on finishing the 2014-15 season in juniors after playing 37 games with Edmonton to begin the season