Maple Leafs' Mrazek to miss 2 weeks with groin injury

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Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe announced Saturday that goaltender Petr Mrazek is expected to miss two weeks with a groin injury, according to TSN's Mark Masters.

Mrazek left Thursday's clash versus the Ottawa Senators - his debut with Toronto - after two periods. He appeared to sustain the injury in the dying seconds of the frame.

Jack Campbell will remain the starter with Mrazek out, while Michael Hutchinson has been called up to serve as backup.

Mrazek signed a three-year contract with Toronto this past offseason.

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Maple Leafs' Mrazek to miss 2 weeks with groin injury
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