Dave Bolland gives latest injury update

Dave Bolland gives latest injury update
January 18, 2014, 10:30 am
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CSN Staff

Dave Bolland's final minutes of ice time with the Blackhawks were about as exciting as they come.

He celebrated a Stanley Cup victory after scoring the game-winning goal during the "17 seconds" Chicago fans will never forget, but since then, things have taken a rough turn for the former Blackhawks forward.

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During the 2013 NHL draft, Bolland was dealt to the Maple Leafs and started the year in Toronto strong, tallying six goals and four assists in 14 games. But all of that was short-lived as he's been sidelined for more than two months with a severed ankle tendon.

But now things are starting to look up for Bolland as he's started his on-ice recovery process. 

On Saturday he was available to the Toronto media and gave the latest updates on his injury:

Bolland spent six seasons with the Blackhawks and earned two Stanley Cups throughout that span. He tallied 168 points in 331 games played.