Toronto Maple Leafs Injury Report and Update

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Josh Anderson of the Columbus Blue Jackets battles against Morgan Rielly of the Toronto Maple Leafs (Photo by Claus Andersen/Getty Images)

The Toronto Maple Leafs have had an injury filled season.

The Toronto Maple Leafs began the year short-handed, with Zach Hyman and Travis Dermott both missing the first month of the year because of off- season surgeries.

Shortly after that, John Tavares broke a finger and missed several games. Alex Kerfoot had a concussion.

Mitch Marner missed almost a month after injuring his ankle in an early November game against the Flyers.

Andreas Johnsson got hurt (the first time) and missed most of December.

Jake Muzzin missed most of January with his first injury, then Frederick Andersen hurt his neck, the flu ripped through the Toronto Maple Leafs dressing room for a couple weeks, and Cody Ceci went down.

Then there is also the current injuries to Morgan Rielly, Ilya Mikheyev, Andreas Johnsson and Jake Muzzin.

The team has not played a single game this season with their optimal lineup, and have played nine games and counting without their two top defensemen.

After a disappointing California road trip, Toronto Maple Leafs fans are always looking for excuses to turn to for blame. So, I figured I’d give you some. What follows is an update on all the Leafs currently injured players.

No, this does not include bruised egos.

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