Maple Leafs' Petr Mrazek leaves game against Senators with groin injury

Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Petr Mrazek leaves the game vs. the Ottawa Senators due to injury as he looks uncomfortable after taking a shot up high.

Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender Petr Mrazek was forced to leave Thursday's game against the Ottawa Senators with a groin injury.

Mrazek appeared to be in discomfort at the end of the second period after making a save. The 29-year-old was replaced by Jack Campbell and was not on the bench for the third period.

Through two periods, Mrazek faced 26 shots, allowing three goals in the first period. Mrazek was making his regular-season debut for the Leafs after signing a three-year, $11.4 million deal this past off-season.

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