Kerfoot has served his two game suspension and will play on Saturday.
Kerfoot was suspended forces hit on Erik Johnson last Saturday but will replace Jason Spezza on the third line on Saturday. Kerfoot has be relatively quiet offensively for Toronto, scoring five goals with three assists (eight points) in 22 games this season.
Source: Luke Fox 11/30/19, 4:56 pm EST
The NHL has suspended Alexander Kerfoot for boarding Erik Johnson on Saturday.
Kerfoot hit his former teammate from behind in Saturday's game and has been suspended for the last two games of the Maple Leafs road-trip. With Kerfoot out, Dmytro Timashov will likely draw back into the lineup on Wednesday.
Kerfoot underwent surgery to repair dental fractures and is out indefinitely.
Kerfoot's injury originally occurred on November 5th vs.the Kings but played through it as long as he could. Kerfoot ultimately elected to undergo surgery and will miss some time. Jason Spezza is expected to replace him as the Maple Leafs' third-line centre and will also see the PP2 time while Kerfoot is sidelined.
The Maple Leafs have signed Alex Kerfoot to a four-year deal worth $14 million ($3.5M AAV).
The Maple Leafs have acquired Alex Kerfoot, Tyson Barrie and a 2020 sixth-round from the Avalanche for Nazem Kadri, Calle Rosen and a 2020 third-round pick.
Kerfoot (upper-body) will play against the Canadiens on Wednesday.
Kerfoot is day-to-day with an undisclosed injury.
Kerfoot will be replaced by AJ Greer, who was recalled from the AHL. Kerfoot has had a solid season and should be considered questionable for Colorado’s back-to-back on Friday and Saturday.
Kerfoot will take Nathan MacKinnon's spot on the top line on Thursday.
Source: Marc Moser 02/1/18, 2:25 pm EST
Kerfoot (foot) is expected to return to the Avalanche lineup on Monday.
Kerfoot (leg) remains day-to-day and will not play on Thursday.
Kerfoot will miss his second straight game with a leg injurey that he suffered on Monday. With Kerfoot out, the Avalanche will go back with the same 11 forward, seven defenseman lineup that played on Tuesday.
Kerfoot (leg) is day-to-day; will not play on Tuesday.
Kerfoot left Monday’s game with a lower-body injury and did not return.
Kerfoot played just 7:41 TOI before leaving last night’s game in Pittsburgh with a lower-body injury. With the Avalanche back in action on Tuesday, Kerfoot should be considered questionable at best. Expect the Avalanche to update Kerfoot’s status closer to game-time.
Kerfoot will move up to the Avalanche on second line on Friday.
Kerfoot has averaged 12:57 TOI/GM in his first 14 games of the season, but played 20:49 TOI after Duchene was traded mid-game in Brooklyn. The rookie centre has five goals and four assists (nine points) to start his NHL career and will have even more opportunities now that he takes Duchene’s spot on the second line.