Sheldon Keefe announces the latest on Joseph Woll

Woll has been out for weeks with a high ankle sprain.



The Toronto Maple Leafs have been without the services of goaltender Joseph Woll for over a month now after he suffered a lower body injury during a game at Canadian Tire Centre against the division and provincial rival Ottawa Senators. 

The injury was later revealed to be a high ankle sprain: 

Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe has shed more light on Woll's situation, saying that he's starting to feel better and that discussions on when he can return to game action are underway. 

“He continues to feel better and better each day," Keefe said. "So in terms of participating in games, I think he’s getting to the point where we can have those discussions and start to map it out a little bit.”

Woll has amassed a record of 8-5-1 so far this season with a 2.80 goals against average and a .916 save percentage. As you remember, it was Woll who stepped in admirably and performed as well as he could have been expected to in last year's Stanley Cup Playoffs when starter Ilya Samsonov went down with injury. 

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