Komarov (concussion) is is not expected back until some point in January.
Komarov has been sidelined with a concussion since November 29th. He has not progressed as the Maple Leafs would have hoped and he will miss at least a couple of more games.
Komarov (head) will not play on Tuesday.
Komarov was not on the ice for the game day skate and will miss his fourth consecutive game. His timetable fora return remains unknown.
Komarov (head) is questionable for Saturday’s game.
Komarov missed Friday’s practice, which suggests he will miss Saturday’s game vs. Vancouver. Coach Carlyle said that Komarov didn’t suffer a setback, but wasn’t feeling well enough to practice today…So it sounds like he suffered a setback.
Komarov (head) will not play on Thursday.
Komarov took part in the Maple Leafs optional morning skate, but will miss his second straight game with a head/neck injury. He is day-to-day.
Source: David Alter 12/4/14, 6:46 am EST
Komarov (concussion-like symptoms) will not play on Tuesday.
Komarov suffered the injury to his head on Saturday vs. the Capitals. His concussion-like symptoms have subsided but he will still be held out of tonight’s game and could be in danger of missing Thursday’s game as well.
Komarov (head) could play on Tuesday.
Komarov is reportedly feeling good but was held out of Monday’s practice for precautionary reasons. Monitor his status during Tuesday’s morning skate.
Source: David Alter 12/1/14, 7:26 am EST
Komarov (head) did not practice on Monday.
Komarov suffered a head/neck injury following an inadvertent elbow from Alex Ovechkin on Saturday. Komarov underwent concussion protocol on Sunday so his absence this morning likely is not good news on the concussion front. He is questionable for Tuesday’s game vs. Dallas.
Source: David Alter 12/1/14, 5:51 am EST
Komarov suffered an upper-body injury on Saturday and did not return.
Komarov caught an elbow to the back of the head/neck from Alex Ovechkin. Komarov seemed a bit dazed and left for the dressing room immediately. The elbow looked inadvertent and there was no penalty called on the play. There’s no word on how long Komarov will be out.
The Maple Leafs are bringing Leo Komarov back on a four-year deal worth $11.8 million.
Komarov, 27, had four goals and five assists in 42 games in his first stint with the Leafs (2012-13). He tallied 12 goals with 22 assists (34 points) in 52 games with Moscow (KHL) last season, but has brought his physical play back to Toronto for the next four-years.
Leafs have taken Leo Komarov off of IR and he's expected to play Saturday.
Komarov has been out with an upper body injury
Komarov has been placed on injured reserve, looking at 7-10 days.
Komarov is dealing with an upper body injury. Ryan Hamilton will replace him in the Maple Leafs lineup.