Found December 27, 2011 on
from David Shoalts of the Globe and Mail, Another player is lost to a malady common to the Toronto Maple Leafs – concussion-like symptoms.
Leafs head coach Ron Wilson said Tuesday after the Leafs game-day skate in preparation for a meeting with the Florida Panthers that defenceman John-Michael Liles was placed on the injured-reserve list. Wilson did not give a date for Liles’s return, saying only they are “shutting him down for a few days.”
continued and watch the video of the hit last Thursday that could have caused the symptoms…
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