Toronto Maple Leafs forward Frazer McLaren was injured at training camp Saturday morning and may have suffered a broken pinky, according to Sportsnet 590 The FAN’s David Alter.
The 25-year-old joined the Leafs after being claimed off waivers before last season from the San Jose Sharks in one of Dave Nonis’ first moves as the general manager.
In his first season with Toronto in 2013, McLaren recorded five points and racked up 102 penalty minutes in 35 games. The 2007 seventh-rounder was rewarded when he became the team’s first restricted free agent signing of the off-season after inking a two-year, $1.4-million deal on July 5.
In 75 career games with the Leafs and Sharks, the winger has 11 points, 187 penalty minutes and a plus-five rating.