Coach Randy Carlyle said Wednesday that Dave Bolland went to Carolina to see a specialist about his ankle tendon.
Dave Bolland will become an unrestricted free agent on July 1st, and with no progress made between him and the Leafs on a contract extension, GM Dave Nonis is "making calls" about trading the injured center.
Dave Bolland (ankle) took part in Friday's practice.
Dave Bolland (ankle) isn't likely to return on Saturday.
Dave Bolland (ankle) might not be available on Thursday after suffering a setback.
Dave Bolland (ankle) may be available to return on Thursday, but his future with the Maple Leafs is a little cloudy.
Dave Bolland (ankle) skated with teammates on Wednesday and appears to be very close to returning to Toronto's lineup.
When Dave Bolland returns from injury (likely when NHL play resumes following the Olympic break) the Maple Leafs will likely have to make a number of roster moves.
It doesn't look like Dave Bolland (ankle) will be cleared before the Olympic break.
Dave Bolland (ankle) echoed coach Randy Carlyle's remark that he has a 50-50 chance of returning before the Olympic break.
Coach Randy Carlyle said there's a 50-50 chance that Dave Bolland plays before the Olympic break.
Dave Bolland understands his rehab from a severed ankle tendon still has a long ways to go.
Dave Bolland seems to be making good progress in his recovery from an ankle injury.
Dave Bolland (ankle) skated in full pads on Wednesday.