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|Leafs' Clarkson Dealing With Lower-Body Injury |
|(9/20/14) David Clarkson is dealing with a lower-body injury, Terry Koshan of the Toronto Sun reports.|
|Leafs' Clarkson On Ice Before Practice |
|(9/20/14) David Clarkson (undisclosed) was on the ice in full equipment on Saturday morning before the rest of the team hit the ice for training camp, reports Toronto's Sportsnet 590TheFAN.|
|Leafs' Clarkson Injured, Misses First Day Of Camp |
|(9/19/14) David Clarkson missed the first day of Leafs' training camp with an undisclosed injury, according to Sportsnet 590TheFAN.|
|Leafs' Clarkson Working On Fundamentals |
|(8/16/14) David Clarkson is in Florida working out with Sidney Crosby, Matt Duchene and Nathan MacKinnon, all guided by trainer Matt Belfry, according to the New York Times.|
|Leafs' Clarkson Looking Ahead To Better 2014-15 |
|(7/19/14) David Clarkson is "looking forward to what's ahead" after a horrible start to his career as a Maple Leaf. "It's tough to go through that, when your first impression or start is that," he told Sportsnet. "But that's all behind me. Everything's behind me, and I'm looking forward to what's ahead."|
Leafs' Clarkson Injured, Misses First Day Of Camp
Clarkson missed the first day of Leafs' training camp with an undisclosed injury, according to Sportsnet 590TheFAN.There was no word of the type of injury, but it is considered day to day.
NHL training camp: Ten players with something to prove
As NHL training camps open, the focus gets placed on players trying to earn spots, build on big years or seeking a fresh start. David Clarkson and Cam Ward are among those with something to prove.
Core Values: Can Phil Kessel lead Maple Leafs' resurgence?
The Toronto Maple Leafs are a puzzling bunch, but there's some dynamic talent at the top of the lineup in Phil Kessel and James van Riemsdyk. Now the organization has to find a way to build up the team more sensibly.
|Can this guy get back to what made him successful? David Clarkson's first season in Toronto can only be described as an abject failure. It started with a bone-headed, 10-game suspension right out of the gate, was punctuated with injury after injury and finished with an abysmal one point in his last 22 games. We haven't even talked about his awkward fit with every set of forwards his coach offered up. He failed in Toronto, in part because he succumbed to the bright lights and shiny allure of his hometown. He tried to be something he wasn't, and still isn't. He was successful in New Jersey when he got his nose dirty, ground guys into the wall, drove the net and carried a lunchpail to the rink every night. He'll slot into the lineup on the Buds' third line and he'll return to 20-plus goals and near-40 points if he gets back to his grinding ways. We think this summer will have provided him with perspective; we'll see if fall brings him linemates that fit. Draft him with caution, but snap him off the wire at the first sign of sandpaper. (Updated 8/13/14) |