The Toronto Maple Leafs filed forward Wayne Simmonds’ name for waiver on Tuesday.
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The 34-year-old veteran has picked up a meager point in the 13 games he’s played this season. He has been off the Leafs roster since February 1.
Simmonds has 525 points, 263 goals and 262 assists in 1,032 National League games.
The Scarborough native played for six different teams during his 15 seasons on the Bettman Tour. Before joining the Maple Leafs, he played for the Los Angeles Kings, Philadelphia Flyers, Nashville Predators, New Jersey Devils and Buffalo Sabers.
The Toronto team also announced on Tuesday that they have recalled American League forwards Pontus Holmberg and Alex Steeves, and goaltender Joseph Woll.
The Maple Leafs play their next game on Wednesday night while the Chicago Blackhawks are visiting Queen City.