TSN.ca "The Toronto Maple Leafs will be without the services of Tyler Bozak for a lot longer than anticipated, as the club has placed him on the long-term injured reserve list. As per the National Hockey League's collective bargaining agreement, Bozak must remain there for a minimum of 10 games or 24..." December 06
Carlyle: Kessel will play tonight. Bozak out indefinitely with an oblique strain. Orr out with an elbow injury #TMLtalk
TSN.ca "Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Randy Carlyle wasn't giving specifics about Tyler Bozak's upper-body injury suffered Tuesday against the San Jose Sharks, but said that the team's No. 1 centre will have an MRI to determine its severity. Bozak left the bench and went down the tunnel early in the..." December 04
As expected, Tyler Bozak has been taken off injured reserve. He returns tonight against Columbus.
#Leafs Bozak back tonight, first game since Oct. 25
Tyler Bozak says he won't play tonight. "Hopefully by Saturday I'll be ready to go."
The Globe and Mail "It’s not another significant injury, but there was another missing body at practice on Monday for the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Leafs have had only two forwards play all 20 games this season – Phil Kessel and Mason Raymond – and one member of that pair was absent at practice on Monday, which is..." November 18
CBSSports.com "The Toronto Maple Leafs will be without first-line center Tyler Bozak until at least Nov. 19 as he has been placed on long-term injured reserve according to David Alter of Sportsnet.ca. Bozak has not played in more than a week with what the team has termed a lower-body injury. The move makes..." November 02
Bozak contract talks expected to resume today with Leafs. Proposal on the table believed to be 8 years at less than $5 mil per.
Toronto Star "Tyler Bozak or Stephen Weiss? James Reimer or Jonathan Bernier? What’s Nazem Kadri worth? Should Clarke MacArthur return? What about extending Phil Kessel and Dion Phaneuf? Maple Leafs general manager Dave Nonis is the first to admit there are plenty of questions surrounding the franchise, but he..." June 20
Won't be any mystery tonight as to whether Bozak plays or not.He didn't make the trip. Wasn't close for game 6 even though he took warmup.
TSN.ca "Maple Leafs general manager Dave Nonis told the media on Monday that he expects Tyler Bozak to be ready for Toronto's playoff opener on Wednesday in Boston. Bozak skated with the team but left practice early today. He has missed the last two games with an upper body injury. He came out early..." April 30
Toronto Sun "After a four-year wait to experience his first NHL playoff action with the Maple Leafs, Tyler Bozak would hate to miss Game 1 against Boston. Toronto’s No. 1 centre re-appeared at practice on Monday for the first time in almost a week, but went to the dressing room before the serious drills..." April 29
Toronto Sun "Tyler Bozak feels good about his game, as he should. “Whenever a team is winning and personal success is there, you are going to be more confident, but I love playing the role I am in,” the Maple Leafs centre said on Tuesday. “I love being out there the end of the game, on the penalty kill and..." April 10
Toronto Sun "Did Easter Sunday prove to be the stage for Roberto Luongo’s version of The Last Supper, at least in Vancouver? Is Toronto, in fact, the place where he will be breaking bread in the near future? The intrigue certainly is heating up. According to Vancouver Canucks assistant general manager..." April 01
Toronto Sun "The only numbers Tyler Bozak wants to publicly talk about these days involve his team's point totals, not dollar signs. Bozak is set to become an unrestricted free agent this summer at a time when the financial bar for all players has been raised by the lucrative deals recently inked by Ryan..." March 28