Add a Jack Campbell injury to the uncertainty with Maple Leafs’ goaltending.
The club announced Thursday morning before its home game against the Arizona Coyotes that Campbell would be out a minimum two weeks with a rib injury, likely sustained during Tuesday’s 6-4 win over Seattle. Campbell spoke after his 26 saves with no hint of a health issue, while Wednesday was a team day off.
The Arizona game was likely going to be Petr Mrazek’s start anyway, but both he and Campbell have struggled in tandem with the Leafs’ defensive woes the past few weeks. Campbell’s own save percentage was .882 since Jan. 1.
The Leafs summoned Erik Kallgren from the AHL Marlies on an emergency basis. A former seventh round pick of Arizona in 2015, he has been the farm team’s steadiest goalie with a record of 15-8-1 and a .904 save percentage.
It appeared from the morning skate that defenseman Rasmus Sandin, and forwards Kyle Clifford and Jason Spezza will be scratched Thursday might