Found November 07, 2011 on nhl.com:
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The Maple Leafs were without Tim Connolly at Monday’s practice. The Leafs forward suffered an upper body injury during Saturday’s game and will be lost from 10 days to two weeks. “He got hurt during the first penalty kill and ...
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