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The Toronto Maple Leafs lost defenseman Mike Komisarek and center Matthew Lombardi to injuries in Thursday's loss at Nashville.
Komisarek suffered an upper-body injury and Lombardi hurt his left arm, leaving the arena with it in a sling.
TSN reported that both players are expected to be sidelined for at least three weeks.
Komisarek, who is in his third season with Toronto, has one goal and three assists in 18 games.
Lombardi had two goals and four assists in 19 games. He appeared in only two games with Nashville last season after suffering a concussion.
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from Ryan Wolstat of the Toronto Sun, (James) Reimer, out since suffering a head injury Oct. 22, against Montreal, last practised on Oct. 26 in Manhattan.
Toronto’ starting goalie, 4-0-1 on the season, was on the ice for about 15 minutes, taking shots from assistant coaches.
Head coach Ron Wilson cautioned Reimer’s conditioning has fallen behind due to his absence and he is...
Paul Doyle at Whale Tales reports that Aaron Voros says he made a few poor decisions this summer, passing on opportunities that eventually vanished and was left unemployed when training camps began.Voros then called Glen Sather and asked if..."he minded if I go down to Hartford and play and see if I can help them out down there and see if I can get these wheels turning again...
Maple Leafs defenseman Mike Komisarek will be out at least eight weeks because he needs surgery for a broken arm.
Komisarek suffered the injury in Nashville on Thursday.
The Leafs also recalled forward Joe Colborne from the AHL prior to Saturday's game against the Washington Capitals.
The 21-year-old center will be inserted into a lineup that is missing six regulars.
With four points on the night, Joffrey Lupul helped prevent the Toronto Maple Leafs' losing streak reach from reaching four games, as the Blue and White blew out the Washington Capitals 7-1 at the Air Canada Centre on Saturday.
Lupul registered a goal and three assists to earn first star of the game honours. The Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta native now has 24 points this season...
So someone asked Wayne Gretzky if he'd like to be part of a massive conglomerate of 1-Percenters trying to buy the Toronto Maple Leafs (and the rest of the MLSE empire.) We can only imagine how this news has affected your daily routine, from nutrition to bathroom habits to potential sleep deprivation from over-exuberance.
Or, perhaps, this is your classic Centre of the Hockey...
A little new from practice....TSN's Darren Dreger reports that goaltender James Reimer is on the ice this morning for a short skate. He has not been symptomatic recently and "improvements have allowed the Leafs to push his exertion a notch." Will update with any news on the injury status of Komisarek, Lombardi, et al.
With a depleted lineup and a shaky situation in net, the Toronto Maple Leafs have become more reliant on Phil Kessel.
Joffrey Lupul is certainly stepping up as well.
Lupul and the Maple Leafs will visit the struggling Carolina Hurricanes on Sunday, going for their third straight win in the series.
Toronto (11-7-2) has been inundated with injuries recently, including to starting...
NASHVILLE (Nov. 17) - As a reporter that has occasionally risen above the subject-matter of his own story, I can empathize with Dave Feschuk of the Toronto Star. What began as a fairly innocuous, multi-intentioned phone call to Manitoba last week has blossomed into a saga involving Canada's largest newspaper; the Toronto Maple Leafs; the filtering of information, and the varied...
Jonas Gustavsson made a career-high 40 saves, and Joffrey Lupul had a goal and three assists in the Toronto Maple Leafs' 7-1 victory over the reeling Washington Capitals on Saturday night. Phil Kessel added a goal and an assist. He leads the NHL with 14 goals and 27 points. Matt Frattin scored his first NHL goal, Cody Franson chipped in his first as member of the Maple Leafs...
Jonas Gustavsson made a career-high 40 saves, and Joffrey Lupul had a goal and three assists in the Toronto Maple Leafs' 7-1 victory over the reeling Washington Capitals on Saturday night.
Maple Leafs defenseman Mike Komisarek will be out at least eight weeks because he needs surgery for a broken arm. Komisarek suffered the injury in Nashville on Thursday. The Leafs also recalled forward Joe Colborne from the AHL prior to Saturday's game against the Washington Capitals. The 21-year-old center will be inserted into a lineup that is missing six regulars.