Sportsnet.ca "The Toronto Maple Leafs will welcome Joffrey Lupul back to the lineup for Thursday night’s game versus the Arizona Coyotes. Lupul missed the team’s last 11 games with a lower-body injury. The 31-year-old winger has nine goals and 17 points in 26 games this season." January 29
Joffrey Lupul confirms that he will return from injury tomorrow in Pittsburgh.
Toronto Star "Hard-luck Leafs winger Joffrey Lupul was scratched from Friday's game against the Columbus Blue Jackets and is out indefinitely with a broken bone in his right hand. The injury was suffered in practice on Thursday, the Leafs said. He apparently stepped on his stick and fell. He didn't know it..." November 01
Toronto Star "The Maple Leafs have been bad at home this year — just 1-4-0, with a minus-7 goal differential — and the Air Canada Centre faithful have responded in one of two ways: Silence, or booing. Just ask Joffrey Lupul. “There are some nerves coming into this building,” he said, per the Toronto..." October 27
Lupul confirms he'll play tonight.
Lupul is going to have knee surgery. Three-week recovery
Randy Carlyle: Joffrey Lupul is a game-time decision. #TMLtalk
Lower body injury for Lupul.
NHL.com "Toronto Maple Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul has been fined $10,000, the maximum permitted under the CBA, for cross-checking Detroit Red Wings forward Patrick Eaves in NHL Game No. 610 in Ann Arbor, Mich., on Wednesday, Jan. 1, the National Hockey League’s Department of Player Safety announced today." January 03
NHL.com "Toronto Maple Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul will have a hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety on Friday afternoon for a hit delivered to Detroit Red Wings forward Patrick Eaves during the 2014 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic at Michigan Stadium on Wednesday. At 11:04 of the first..." January 02
Toronto Star "The Toronto Maple Leafs got a welcome sign when injured winger Joffrey Lupul skated for the Leafs prior to the team’s regular skate on Monday morning. The star came onto the ice by himself at about 10 at the MasterCard Centre, about half an hour before the Leafs began their..." December 02
Joffrey Lupul out two weeks, per Carlyle.
TSN.ca "The Toronto Maple Leafs will be without the services of forward Joffrey Lupul for about two weeks. Leafs coach Randy Carlyle confirmed on Wednesday that the forward's grade-two groin strain will sideline the former All-Star for a fortnight. Lupul was injured during Monday's 6-0 loss to the..." November 27
TSN.ca "Toronto Maple Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul has a grade two groin strain and will not travel to Pittsburgh for the beginning of a three-game road trip on Wednesday. Head coach Randy Carlyle announced the news at the Leafs' morning skate on Tuesday. Carlyle told reporters it would be a "miracle"..." November 26
Toronto Star "Joffrey Lupul admits it would be a long-shot for him to be summoned by Team Canada GM Steve Yzerman as a potential replacement in the Sochi Olympics for the injured Steve Stamkos. In Lupul’s case, though, he was at least contacted when Team Canada staff began their selection process for the..." November 13
Toronto Star "The James van Riemsdyk experiment at centre is on. And if that fails, there’s always Joffrey Lupul. “I played a little centre in Philadelphia, in the same type of situation with guys getting hurt,” said Lupul. “And I played a bit of centre in junior. It’s a big adjustment.” While the Maple..." November 06
Lupul will play.
Toronto Sun "To play with your heart or your head: It's a fine line hockey players deal with every time they step on the ice in games and even in practice apparently. And it's an issue Maple Leafs coach Randy Carlyle felt obliged to address again on Thursday as he ran the risk of losing another front-line..." October 25
Lupul took a puck off the foot. Having x-rays now
#Leafs have recalled Josh Leivo. Joffrey Lupul has bruised foot (day-to-day) and will make trip to Columbus with the team today.
So to recap what we know so far from #Leafs morning skate: Lupul in Bernier in.
Yahoo! Sports "The Toronto Maple Leafs are already banged-up at forward and now they might have to play without Joffrey Lupul. Lupul did not practise Wednesday before the team was set to fly to Nashville to face the Predators. The winger was replaced on the second line by AHL call-up Josh Leivo. Lupul who..." October 09
TSN.ca "Toronto Maple Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul is listed as day-to-day with a bruised calf suffered during Tuesday's game against the Colorado Avalanche. Lupul who missed the start of training camp with back spasms collided with Avalanche forward P.A. Parenteau in the neutral zone in the third..." October 09
Toronto Star "Joffrey Lupul returned to the ice at Leafs camp Wednesday morning marking his first workouts since he injured his back last week. Lupul took part in pre-camp workouts; he’s been sidelined since with back tightness. Injuries limited him to 16 games last season. Lupul in the first year of a..." September 18
Toronto Sun "His summer of celebrity ended after his third photo shoot one naked one semi-naked and after the film festival appearances in Cannes and Toronto the concerts all over North America the courtside viewings at tennis tournaments. “Now” said Joffrey Lupul “it’s time to go back to work. It’s time to..." September 15
Sportsnet.ca "Joffrey Lupul and Colton Orr are not skating on the first day of on-ice activity at the Leafs training camp because of injury. Lupul missed practice with back spasms and Orr with a leg bone bruise the team said. Lupul is considered "day-to-day" while the Maple Leafs said Orr will not skate for..." September 12
Washington Times "Joffrey Lupul returns from a five-game concussion absence Tuesday night for the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Washington Capitals. Lupul was expected to start on the Maple Leafs’ second line with Nikolai Kulemin and Nazem Kadri. He did line rushes with them during pregame warmups. “We’re..." April 16
Carlyle on Lupul: "He is very close to joining our hockey club again."
Toronto Star "The Toronto Maple Leafs are likely to be without centre Mikhail Grabovski for their highly anticipated matchup with Montreal on Saturday night at the Air Canada Centre. The team said Friday morning that Grabovski remained in New York following the club’s shootout loss to the Rangers Thursday..." April 12
Toronto Star "Thank the hockey gods for medical oversight. The last time Joffrey Lupul partook in an NHL game, after all, he went into a corner in pursuit of the puck and came out searching for his equilibrium. This was last Thursday against the Flyers, after Lupul’s helmet was rudely introduced to Jay..." April 11
Joffrey Lupul out again for Leafs
TSN.ca "Toronto Maple Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul took part in an optional practice Sunday morning and according to the team, he had a "good day." Lupul is still considered day-to-day, but hopes to skate again on Monday. Crunched by the Flyers combination of Jay Rosehill and Adam Hall on Thursday,..." April 07
SB Nation "Toronto Maple Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul has been listed as day-to-day, according to head coach Randy Carlyle on Friday morning. Lupul left Thursday night's game against the Philadelphia Flyers after being sandwiched by Adam Hall and Jay Rosehill in the first period. The Maple Leafs forward..." April 06
NHL.com "Toronto Maple Leafs left wing Joffrey Lupul, San Jose Sharks goaltender Antti Niemi and Edmonton Oilers left wing Taylor Hall have been named the NHL's "Three Stars" for the week ending March 31. Lupul led the League with nine points in four games and also tied for first with five goals,..." April 01
Toronto Star "As this shortened and seriously compacted NHL season has rolled along and teams have lost key players to injuries, you might have mentioned that the Maple Leafs were without Joffrey Lupul and it was as if his absence was viewed by many as a peripheral matter. Not anything like Ottawa forced to..." March 27
The Globe and Mail "Brendan Shanahan, Joffrey Lupul would like a word. In light of New York Rangers star Rick Nash getting off without a suspension on Friday, the Toronto Maple Leafs forward issued a complaint about his two-game suspension on Twitter: “If someone can explain the decisions on what warrants a..." March 23
TSN.ca "Toronto Maple Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul has been suspended two games for his hit on Victor Hedman on Wednesday. Lupul was penalized in the third period win over the Lightning for an illegal hit to the head that floored the six-foot-six Hedman. Lupul hit Hedman's head with his shoulder,..." March 21
NHL.com "The following grounds for potential supplemental discipline are being considered: illegal check to the head. The incident occurred at the :45 mark of the third period during a game Wednesday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Air Canada Centre." March 21
Toronto Star "As the Maple Leafs lurched through their longest slump of the lockout-shortened campaign this week, season ticket holders received a letter. “Under the direction of our new General Manager & Senior Vice-President of Hockey Operations, Dave Nonis, and in the first full year of Coach Randy..." March 17
Randy Carlyle says that Joffrey Lupul has been cleared for contact. He's available tomorrow but no decision has been made on if he'll play. Joffrey Lupul says he's ready to play tomorrow.
CBSSports.com "Joffrey Lupul is ready to return to the Toronto Maple Leafs' lineup this weekend, and that means the team needed to make a roster move to open a spot for him. That move turned out to be trading center David Steckel to the Anaheim Ducks for Ryan Lasch and a seventh-round draft pick. Lasch will..." March 15
Toronto Sun "Is Joffrey Lupul around the corner from rejoining the Leafs? It appears that way. Lupul, who suffered a broken forearm against Pittsburgh on Jan. 23, took more progressive steps during practice on Wednesday. Lupul wore the same colour sweater as centre Mikhail Grabovski and wingers Jay..." March 14
Toronto Star "Maple Leafs winger Joffrey Lupul fired wrists shots, took some backhands and drilled one-timers at the net off passes from strengthening coach Anthony Belza before the team took the ice for their practice Monday. Lupul, 29, also skated hard and did numerous turning drills with Leafs skating coach..." March 12
Toronto Star "Maple Leafs winger Joffrey Lupul fired wrists shots, took some backhands and drilled one-timers at the net off passes from strengthening coach Anthony Belza before the team took the ice for their practice Monday. Lupul, 29, also skated hard and did numerous turning drills with Leafs skating..." March 11
Toronto Sun "Joffrey Lupul is done playing mind games with himself. Wednesday night will mark three weeks that Lupul, his signature still fresh on a five-year contract extension, suffered a broken right forearm during a game in Pittsburgh when he was hit by a Dion Phaneuf slapshot. What has made his role..." February 13
Toronto Star "Injured Toronto Maple Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul says he isn’t close to resuming skating, putting in jeopardy his initial projected return to action next month. Lupul was vague when asked by SportsNet whether there was still a possibility he would return by mid-March as originally thought. But..." February 13
Toronto Sun "Those in the vicinity of the Leafs dressing room during the second period of Wednesday's 5-2 win over the Penguins got a hint at how bad the news was just by hearing Joffrey Lupul's reaction. The Leafs forward and alternate captain had taken a Dion Phaneuf blast from the point off the arm..." January 24
Pension Plan Puppets "In yesterday's post, I looked at CapGeek's list of the 20 closest comparable cap hits to the deal that Joffrey Lupul had just signed. I cut out the RFAs from the comparison because their contract situation necessarily means that the value of their contracts are not equal. I think compared Lupul to..." January 22
Toronto Sun "A loss in the City of Brotherly Loathe wasn't the anniversary gift Joffrey Lupul had in mind. But even with the bitter taste in his mouth of a 4-3 setback at the rugged hands of the host Philadelphia Flyers, Lupul did everything in his power to make this a special evening. Exactly one year..." February 10
Toronto Sun "This isn't the same Joffrey Lupul the Edmonton Oilers had a brief love-hate relationship with. The Toronto Maple Leafs' version, is older, more mature and healthier. He's also an NHL All-Star, and the type of player expected to develop into, having been selected seventh overall in the 2002 NHL..." February 07