Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Ron Wilson told reporters on Friday that forward Matthew Lombardi and defenceman Mike Komisarek will be out at least three weeks with injuries.
The injuries were suffered in the team's 4-1 loss Thursday in Nashville.
On Saturday, the timetable for Komisarek's injury was extended to eight weeks because he requires surgery to repair a broken arm, said Wilson.
The Leafs have been tight-lipped about injuries after the flap surrounding an interview with the mother of goalie James Reimer following his head injury, but both Lombardi and Komisarek were seen leaving the arena Thursday favouring their arm/shoulder area.
Toronto had seen Clarke MacArthur and Mikhail Grabovski felled by injuries in the team's previous game against Phoenix.
Grabovski will be out for a matter of weeks, while Wilson said MacArthur won't be back until Tuesday at the earliest.
The Leafs have a Hockey Night in Canada home date against Washington on Saturday (CBC, CBCSports.ca, 7 p.m. ET), followed by a road contest the next day against Carolina.
Wilson said that any forward call-ups from their minor league affiliate would have to wait until after the Toronto Marlies play Friday in Rochester.
The Leafs dressed seven defencemen in Nashville, with Cody Franson drawing back into the lineup.
There was a positive development at practice on Friday, with Reimer seen in full equipment for the first time in a couple of weeks. Reimer hasn't played since an Oct. 24 collision left him with persistent headaches.