Mikhail Gravboski Out Six Weeks, Wayne Primeau For a Month

Posted: 3rd January 2010 by Dino Mori in NHL
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It was a painful trip to the frozen plains of Alberta for two Toronto Maple Leafs.  Center Mikhail Gravboski broke his wrist in a first-period collision with Flames forward Nigel Dawes, while Wayne Primeau hurt his knee in the third during Toronto's 3-1 loss to Calgary on Saturday. Gravboski will be out a minimum of six weeks, while Primeau may be out as long as a month, the club announced today. Gravboski was tied with Jason Blake for fifth in team scoring, both had 25 points in 42 games.  Primeau, meanwhile, had registered five points in 35 contests. Center John Mitchell, who has missed the past 20 games with a torn MCL, is expected to be back for Toronto's next game on Tuesday at home against the Florida Panthers.  He will assume one of the vacated cen ...

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