David Booth LW TOR 8 Days

Booth (nose) will return to the lineup Saturday against the Blues, Jonas Siegel of TSN Radio 1050 reports.

Initially feared to have suffered a concussion after taking an elbow to the face Wednesday against the Ducks, Booth was fortunate to escape with merely a fractured nose. The injury ended up forcing him out of Thursday's game, but he was back on the ice for Saturday's morning skate wearing a full face shield and appears ready to play. The forward said he suffered no symptoms from the hit, with the only complications he experienced being watery eyes.

David Booth LW TOR 10 Days

Booth (head) won't play Thursday against the Sharks, Mark Masters of TSN reports.

Booth suffered a fractured nose Wednesday, and may have undergone concussion tests, though that is a bit unclear. He will miss at least Thursday's game against the Sharks, making his next chance to return Saturday against the Blues. Matt Frattin will draw into the lineup Thursday in his place.

David Booth LW TOR 10 Days

Booth suffered a fractured nose during Wednesday's game against the Ducks.

Previous reports suggested that Booth wouldn't play Thursday against the Sharks, but a final determination on that from has yet to be confirmed. Consider him day-do-day for now, a notion bolstered by the fact that Booth appears to have avoided a concussion here.

David Booth LW TOR 10 Days

Booth (head) is out for Thursday's game against the Sharks, James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail reports.

With Booth joining the list of banged up Toronto forwards, the Leafs have recalled Matt Frattin from the AHL.

David Booth LW TOR 10 Days

Booth exited Wednesday's game against the Kings in the third period after taking an inadvertent elbow to the head, the Associated Press reports.

Booth previously missed 54 games during the 2009-10 on account of a pair of concussions, so the Leafs' training staff will surely tread carefully here. Coach Peter Horachek provided no update on Booth after the game, but it wouldn't be a surprise if the team called up an extra forward to cover for his potential absence for Thursday's game against the Sharks.

David Booth LW TOR 1 Month

Booth scored his first goal in a Toronto uniform in Tuesday's win over Anaheim. It took him 10 games to get the goal.

It was fluky -- he circled the net and seemed to lose the puck as he tried to stuff it in the corner. But starter Frederick Andersen let it squeak past and into the net. Still, a goal is a goal, no matter what it looks like. He's still not fantasy relevant -- he has only fired seven shots on net in those 10 games. Wait until he starts picking up his pace before you start paying attention.

David Booth LW TOR 2 Months

Booth (foot) has been activated from injured reserve in advance of Wednesday's game against the Penguins, James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail reports.

Booth will make his Leafs debut Wednesday after the broken foot cost him nearly eight weeks of action. He figures to slot in among the Leafs' bottom-six forwards this season, which won't allow him to gain much traction in fantasy circles.

David Booth LW TOR 2 Months

Booth (foot) remains on track to return Wednesday against Pittsburgh, Darren Dreger of TSN reports.

He's progressed through the final days of a conditioning assignment with the Marlies, and the Leafs are simply off until Wednesday night. Booth will attempt to solidify a place on one of the two bottom lines upon returning.

David Booth LW TOR 2 Months

Booth (foot) was sent to AHL Toronto for a conditioning assignment, James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail reports.

Booth was able to resume practicing Monday and appears fully recovered from his broken foot, but because he hasn't played in a game since Sept. 28, the organization wants him to test things out in the minors first. His assignment isn't expected to last beyond the weekend, perhaps allowing him to make his season debut for the Leafs on Wednesday in Pittsburgh.

David Booth LW TOR 2 Months

Booth (foot) will not be activated from injured reserve for Thursday's game against the Lightning, David Alter of the Maple Leafs' website reports.

Booth skated Thursday and has practiced a few times this week, but with him coming off a foot injury, he still needs more time on the ice to get back into playing shape. Consider him a possibility for Toronto's next game Saturday.