Campbell (lower body) won't be in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Canucks, Mark Masters of TSN.ca reports.
Campbell should be ready to return soon, but Michael Hutchinson will dress as Frederik Andersen's backup for Saturday's game versus Vancouver. Campbell will be reevaluated ahead of Tuesday's game against the Jets.
Campbell (lower body) is not ready to return from injury Thursday, David Alter of The Hockey News reports.
Michael Hutchinson will start Thursday's game versus the Canucks, and Frederik Andersen is the backup. Campbell will attempt to get healthy in time for a second game versus the Canucks on Saturday.
Campbell (lower body) won't play in Wednesday's game versus the Oilers, David Alter of The Hockey News reports.
Michael Hutchinson will serve as Frederik Andersen's backup. Campbell participated in morning skate, so he may be able to return for Thursday's matchup against the Canucks.
Campbell (lower body) participated in morning skate and could be ready to serve as Frederik Andersen's backup Wednesday night against the Oilers, David Alter of The Hockey News reports.
Campbell's availability against Edmonton will likely boil down to a game-time decision. If Campbell's unable to go, Michael Hutchinson will serve as Andersen's backup.
Campbell (lower body) won't play Wednesday against the Oilers or Thursday against the Canucks, Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports.
Campbell aggravated an existing lower-body injury during Saturday's shutout win over the Oilers, and it's unclear when he'll return to game action. The 29-year-old was able to practice in a limited capacity Wednesday. Frederik Andersen (lower body) is trending in the right direction and could play in one of the two upcoming contests, and Michael Hutchinson should draw the other start.
Campbell (undisclosed) is not available for Monday's tilt with the Oilers, Kevin McGran of The Toronto Star reports.
Campbell dominated the Oilers on Saturday, stopping all 30 shots in a shutout win. He sustained some sort of injury since then and will miss at least Monday's contest. Joseph Woll will serve as the backup behind Michael Hutchinson.
Campbell is questionable against the Oilers on Monday after suffering an undisclosed injury, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports.
Campbell stopped all 30 shots he faced from Edmonton on Saturday but appears to have picked up an injury. If Campbell can't go, the team may need to turn to Michael Hutchinson on Monday, especially if Frederik Andersen (lower body) is also sidelined.
Campbell made 30 saves in a 4-0 win over Edmonton on Saturday night.
It was his first game since Jan. 24 because of a leg injury and he was sharper than sharp. Campbell's swallowed up rebounds, tracked the puck well and brought a calm confidence to the Leafs' blue paint. He's a strong activation in daily matchups.
Campbell (leg) will be activated off long-term injured reserve and start between the pipes in Saturday's road game versus Edmonton, Mike Zeisberger of NHL.com reports.
Campbell started the season strong before missing a month of action with a leg injury, picking up a win in each of his first two starts while posting an impressive 2.00 GAA and .923 save percentage. He'll attempt to secure his third victory of the campaign in a tough road matchup with a red-hot Oilers team that's won five straight games.
Campbell (leg) is expected to start Saturday's game against the Oilers, Joshua Kloke of The Athletic reports.
Campbell still needs to be taken off IR, and Kloke's update comes with the caveat that Campbell will need to feel good to go Saturday morning, but given the netminder reported feeling good Friday, he seems likely to make his long-awaited return against Edmonton. Confirmation on Campbell's status either way should arrive prior to puck drop.
Campbell (leg) says that he's ready to return, Terry Koshan of the Toronto Sun reports.
The Maple Leafs will have to take Campbell off IR to make his return official, but that move should be coming soon. His return is especially important now with starter Frederik Andersen day-to-day due to a lower-body injury. Campbell, who won both of his starts this season before getting hurt, should immediately leapfrog Michael Hutchinson on the depth chart when activated.
Head coach Sheldon Keefe said Monday that Campbell (leg) is getting close to a return, NHL.com's Dave McCarthy reports.
Keefe estimated that Campbell could be back in action at some point during the upcoming week. The 29-year-old hasn't played since Jan. 24, when he suffered a leg injury in a win over the Flames. He's expected to be a steady backup for Frederik Andersen, as Campbell posted a .923 save percentage and a 2-0-0 record before this injury.
Campbell (leg) remains unavailable despite getting back on the ice with coach Sheldon Keefe, telling reporters "certainly more than a week out at this stage," Terry Koshan of The Toronto Sunreports.
While Campbell might have taken the occasional start from Frederik Andersen, his absence likely has minimal impact on the lineup, other than perhaps the upcoming back-to-back with Ottawa on Wednesday and Thursday. Even once cleared to play, Campbell won't offer much in terms of fantasy value, as Andersen will get the bulk of the starts.
Campbell (leg), who is on long-term injured reserve, was spotted on the ice Saturday, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports.
It's unclear what capacity Campbell skated in. Nevertheless, this is a big step, as it was his first practice appearance since suffering this injury Jan. 24 against the Flames. The 29-year-old isn't eligible to return until Feb. 18 because he's on LTIR, and that target date is at least realistic at this point.
Campbell (leg) was placed on long-term injured reserve Monday retroactive to Jan. 24, CapFriendly reports.
This move provides the Maple Leafs some salary-cap relief, and it also guarantees that Campbell will miss at least four more games. He'll be eligible to return Feb. 18 against the Senators. The 29-year-old has yet to return to the ice, so that timeline is far from a sure thing. Frederik Andersen will continue to handle a majority of the starts, while Michael Hutchinson will be the primary backup.
Head coach Sheldon Keefe said Tuesday that Campbell (leg) will be out "weeks," Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
Campbell suffered this injury during Sunday's 3-2 win over the Flames, which was his second straight victory to start the year. There's no clear timeline for his recovery, but Campbell likely will head to IR for the duration of his absence. In turn, veteran Michael Hutchinson will serve as Frederik Andersen's backup moving forward.
Campbell (undisclosed) is being evaluated ahead of Tuesday's game against the Flames, James Mirtle of The Athletic reports.
Head coach Sheldon Keefe said that he's currently undergoing evaluation and there's no further update, which doesn't provide much information as to what Campbell is dealing with. Until another update is available, the 29-year-old will be considered day-to-day.
Campbell made 31 saves in Sunday's 3-2 win over the Flames.
Toronto's backup netminder hasn't been needed much so far, but Campbell has come through with two wins in two starts, along with a .923 save percentage, when he has gotten the call. The Leafs' next back-to-back doesn't come until mid-February, but Campbell might get more work before then as the team tried not to wear down Frederik Andersen.
Campbell will tend the road twine in Sunday's game versus the Flames, David Alter of The Hockey News reports.
Campbell will make his second start of the year. The 29-year-old was solid in his first start of the season, turning aside 17 of 19 shots to secure a win. The Flames enter Sunday's game sixth in the league with 3.67 goals per game, and their power play has converted on a whopping 37.5 percent of opportunities thus far.
Campbell made 17 saves in a 3-2 win over the Senators on Saturday.
Campbell picked up where he left off last season with a solid performance against a young and aggressive Ottawa club. He didn't face a lot of shots, but came up big when needed. And Campbell played well enough to warrant another start very soon, not just in back-to-backs. We don't know if that will come, but the knock on the Leafs has long been overuse of Frederik Andersen. Campbell could be part of the solution to that issue.
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