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Pro Sports Daily:
The Toronto Maple Leafs will be without Tim Connolly for up to two weeks after the veteran center suffered an upper-body injury in Saturday's one-sided loss to the Boston Bruins.Connolly missed practice on Monday, and afterward head coach Ron Wilson confirmed the injury and recovery timetable.He wouldn't say if it was the same ailment that caused Connolly to sit out the first eight games of the regular season.Connolly, signed to a two-year deal by Toronto in the offseason, has a goal and three assists in six games so far this season.Tyler Bozak is expected to take his spot on the first line along with Phil Kessel and Joffrey Lupul.
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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.
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