Maple Leafs Goalie Injured vs Red Wings

The Toronto Maple Leafs have been dealt some late season adversity as goaltender Matt Murray left Sunday's game against the Detroit Red Wings after being tripped up by Lucas Raymond leading to Murray snapping his head back rather awkwardly.

Murray left Sunday's contest and was replaced by Ilya Samsonov. All of a sudden the Leafs goaltending depth is in question with only two weeks remaining in the season. There were times versus the Wings were Samsonov was seen getting up rather gingerly.

The Red Wings ended up winning the game 5-2, however the bigger concern from Toronto afterwards was just how long Murray was going to be out for. It's very likely the team recalls Joseph Woll to back up Samsonov this week, and maybe even get a start as the Maple Leafs starter is dealing with some health concerns of his own.

As for Murray, the collision with Raymond was not intentional, however could lead to him sitting out until the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Murray's first season in Toronto has been filled with injuries. He's posted a 14-9-2 record and is likely set up to be backing up Samsonov when the Stanley Cup Playoffs begin next week.

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