The Leafs fell 3-2 to the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday night, for their first loss in quite some time.
Well, we might get to see the Leafs without Mitch Marner
In the second period, Marner fell down.
Jim Hughson said it was a broken skate blade.
Joe Bowen said it was a broken skate blade.
Mitch Marner didn’t think it was a broken skate blade, and tried to skate to the bench, unsuccessfully.
After a few spins trying to see if he could come back, and a couple trips to the dressing room, the Leafs eventually announced Marner would be out for the night with an ankle injury. Tough bounce.
I won’t link the injury as it could be a little gruesome to see his leg bend awkwardly, but at least Marner felt comfortable enough to attempt to keep skating.
We’ll likely get an answer in the next day or two, but for now…
Mitch Marner won’t travel with #Leafs to Chicago for tomorrow’s game, per Mike Babcock
— Kristen Shilton (@kristen_shilton) November 10, 2019
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