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Komisarek out two months with broken arm

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The Toronto Maple Leafs' injury woes continue.

The Leafs confirmed Saturday that defenseman Mike Komisarek will miss at least eight weeks and needs surgery after breaking his arm blocking a shot in Thursday night's 4-1 loss at Nashville.

Mike Komisarek
Defense - TOR
GOALS: 1 | ASST: 3 | PTS: 4
SOG: 12 | +/-: 3
"Actually, it’s going to be for eight weeks. He broke his arm, he needs surgery," Wilson said after Toronto’s morning skate prior to Saturday night's game against Washington Capitals at the Air Canada Centre.

Komisarek, who before the injury had been playing some of his best hockey since joining the Leafs, joins an injury list that includes No. 1 goalie James Reimer (concussion-like symptoms) and forwards Clarke MacArthur (upper body), Mikhail Grabovski (lower body), Colby Armstrong (ankle sprain) and Matthew Lombardi (upper body). Wilson also said forward Mike Brown is doubtful for Saturday night's game with "upper body injury."

The Leafs recalled forward Joe Colborne from the AHL Toronto Marlies for Saturday's game. Colborne, a 2008 first-round pick by Boston who was acquired at the trade deadline in February, had 10 goals and 19 points in 13 games with the Leafs' top farm team.
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