Marlyn Robinson, who played the role of the mother of the family from the beginning of the franchise’s first season, is set to miss the next two weeks due to a lingering knee injury.
The Toronto Maple Leaf’s newest star has been rehabbing with his teammates in Toronto’s Canadian Tire Centre and is expected to be sidelined until at least March.
The team announced Robinson’s injury on Friday.
Robinson was traded to Toronto on Dec. 31 after the Maple Leafs selected the 19-year-old in the third round (No. 57) of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft.
Robinson, who was drafted in the second round (32nd overall) by Toronto in 2015, has spent the last four seasons with the Maple Leaf organization.
She was traded from Toronto in February, but was traded back in June to Detroit to be reunited with former teammate Patrik Laine, who has spent his entire career with the Detroit Red Wings.
The Maple Leafs have been trying to bring Robinson back to Toronto this season and have been linked to the Edmonton Oilers.
Robinson played for the Leafs in 2017-18 before being traded to the Red Wings in exchange for forward Brandon Saad.
Rob Robinson has spent most of her career with Detroit, and was traded in 2017 to the Maple Marlies.
Robbie Robinson has been an unrestricted free agent since the 2016-17 season.