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Leo Komarov | Winger

Team: Toronto Maple Leafs
Age / DOB:  (27) / 1/23/1987
Ht / Wt:  5'11' / 198
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Leo Komarov (concussion) isn't expected to return until January.
However, it's still unclear when he'll be ready to play after he was blindsided on a hit from behind by Alex Ovechkin on Nov. 29. Komarov has 16 points and 99 credited hits in 23 games this campaign. Dec 22 - 2:26 PM

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Leo Komarov (concussion) will miss his 10th consecutive game.

He will not play against the Flyers Saturday night as he skated on his own Saturday morning but left the ice before the rest of his teammates started practice. It is also looking unlikely that Komarov will play Sunday against Chicago. Keep him on reserve until further notice.
Dec 20 - 12:07 PM

Leo Komarov (concussion) won't play Tuesday versus Anaheim.

He is making progress and could be available to return this weekend. Komarov has been out of action since Nov. 29 due to a concussion.
Dec 16 - 10:08 AM

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Leo Komarov didn't skate and has only skated once since suffering a concussion from an Alex Ovechkin hit.

Komarov has been very useful in fantasy this season, at least if you are in a hits league, as he has 99 in 23 games. His 16 points already exceeds his 2012-13 totals of nine points in 24 contests.
Dec 13 - 1:11 PM

Lee Komarov will continue to be sidelined Wednesday versus the Wings.

Komarov will not be able to dress once again for Detroit due to a concussion. This will mark the fifth straight game the tough, rigid forward will have to miss. He has been a pleasant surprise for the Leafs this year, scoring four goals and 12 assists in 23 games played. Consider him to day-to-day for now.
Source: NHL.com
Dec 10 - 5:35 PM

Leo Komarov (head) didn't skate Monday.

He's not expected to be available for Tuesday's game against Calgary and Wednesday's match in Detroit. Assistant coach Peter Horachek said that Komarov has been working out, but he hasn't been on the ice for the past three days.
Source: Toronto Sun
Dec 9 - 10:37 AM

Leo Komarov will miss his third consecutive game due to a concussion.

He will not suit up against the Canucks Saturday night and was not on the ice for Saturday morning's skate. Consider Komarov day-to-day for now.
Dec 6 - 11:44 AM

Leo Komarov (head) won't play Thursday night.

He took to the ice in the morning for the first time since he was injured on Saturday, but he'll miss a second straight game with a head injury.
Dec 4 - 12:00 PM

Leo Komarov (head) will miss Tuesday's contest against Dallas.

Komarov was struck in the head by Alex Ovechkin during Saturday's game. Maple Leafs coach Randy Carlyle doesn't think Komarov's injury will prove to be a long-term problem.
Dec 2 - 12:27 PM

Leo Komarov (upper body) wasn't on the ice Monday for practice.

It was initially expected that he would be ready to play on Tuesday, but his absence Monday may change that. Komarov underwent concussion protocol after he was hit by Alex Ovechkin on Saturday.
Dec 1 - 11:22 AM

Leo Komarov was forced from Saturday's game against Washington after taking a hit from Alex Ovechkin.

With Toronto up 5-1 in the third, Ovechkin collided with Komarov's back and sent him to the ice. Komarov seemed rattled after getting up, and he did not return to the game. "He didn’t feel good, so we held him out," coach Randy Carlyle said of the concussion protocol. "He’ll have a further evaluation. He seems fine now, as they all seem to be fine, but now we take the necessary steps. He’ll work out and ride a bike." As for Ovechkin, he will have a hearing with the NHL for the hit, but he says he wasn't trying to hit Komarov. "To be honest, I wasn’t even trying to hit him because he was moving away," Ovechkin said. "But it is what it is and I don’t know what to say."
Source: Toronto Sun
Nov 30 - 10:07 AM

Leo Komarov scored two goals in Toronto's 4-3 overtime loss to Pittsburgh.

Komarov has been a useful player since coming back from the KHL this season. With the Leafs down 2-0 in the second period, Komarov found the back of the net twice in just over two minutes to tie things up. The 27-year-old has four goals this season including three in his last four games.
Nov 26 - 11:28 PM

Leo Komarov has had a strong physical presence throughout the preseason for the Toronto Maple Leafs.

"With Leo, he’s very noticeable," said Leafs’ head coach Randy Carlyle. "Leo’s a pest and he puts pressure on the puck. He seems to have a lot more confidence now with the puck." The 27-year-old was originally drafted by the Leafs in 2006, but played in the KHL last season. He isn’t much of a scorer but Toronto liked him enough to give him a four-year contract this off-season. In his only NHL season (2012-13), Komarov scored four goals and nine points in 42 games.
Source: Toronto Sun
Oct 4 - 9:59 AM

Leo Komarov is expected to have a larger role with the Maple Leafs this coming season.

"Leo offers a lot more than even we got out of him two years ago," GM Dave Nonis said. "He's a better player offensively and he's done that on the world stage. ... He can play up and down the lineup. I don't see him as just a six-minute banger. Some people don't enjoy the way he plays against them, but he was well liked by our team." Nonis traveled all the way to Finland to speak with Komarov before free agency and the pesky forward spoke frequently about his preference to return to the Maple Leafs.
Source: Toronto Sun
Jul 2 - 10:13 AM

The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed Leo Komarov to a four-year/$11.8 million contract.

The Leafs really missed his tenacity last season as he returned to the KHL to play one season for Moscow Dynamo as Toronto could not match his salary. Komarov wanted to come back to Toronto and he got his wish. He will see time on the third line as an energy player and serve as a pest to the other teams. It was an ingredient that was missing from the Leafs in 2013-14.
Jul 1 - 2:26 PM

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