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|09/25/2014||Brian Elliott, G STL|
David Clarkson, RW TOR
|Brad Marchand, LW BOS|
Derek Stepan, C NYR
|09/21/2014||P.K. Subban, D MON||David Clarkson, RW TOR|
|09/19/2014||David Clarkson, RW TOR|
Alexander Semin, RW CAR
|Danny DeKeyser, D DET|
Carter Hutton, G NSH
|Last 10 Games|
|Leafs' Clarkson Expected Back Friday |
|(9/29/14) David Clarkson has a fractured orbital bone, but isn't expected to miss any time, David Alter of Sportsnet reports.|
|Leafs Send Clarkson (Face) To Specialist |
|(9/27/14) David Clarkson didn't practice Saturday and was slated to see a specialist about the extent of the injury to his right cheekbone that he suffered in a fight Friday night, reports TSN.ca. He was injured in a fight with Cody McCormick of the Sabres.|
|Leafs' Clarkson Leaves Game As Precaution |
|(9/26/14) David Clarkson left Friday's game against the Sabres for precautionary reasons after a fight two minutes into the third period, according to a report on Toronto's Sportsnet 590TheFAN. He had scored a goal earlier in the game.|
|Leafs' Clarkson Expects To Play Friday |
|(9/26/14) David Clarkson (lower body) expects to make his preseason debut Friday, Rob Longley of the Toronto Sun reports.|
|Leafs' Clarkson Skates |
|(9/22/14) David Clarkson (lower body) participated in Monday's morning skate, Jonas Siegel of TSN 1050 reports.|
Leafs Send Clarkson (Face) To Specialist
Clarkson didn't practice Saturday and was slated to see a specialist about the extent of the injury to his right cheekbone that he suffered in a fight Friday night, reports TSN.ca. He was injured in a fight with Cody McCormick of the Sabres.Wow. He was derailed last season by a pointless preseason fight; let's hope that's not the case this time around, too. He desperately needs to get his Leafs' career back on track.
Leafs' Clarkson Leaves Game As Precaution
Clarkson left Friday's game against the Sabres for precautionary reasons after a fight two minutes into the third period, according to a report on Toronto's Sportsnet 590TheFAN. He had scored a goal earlier in the game.He made his preseason debut Friday after missing time due to a lower-body injury. It is unknown if the precautionary reasons are related to this injury.
Reimer makes 34 saves, Maple Leafs beat Sabres 6-4
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) James Reimer made 34 saves and Tyler Bozak, Roman Polak and Josh Leivo each had a goal and two assists in the Toronto Maple Leafs' 6-4 exhibition victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Friday night.
Leafs' Clarkson Expects To Play Friday
Clarkson (lower body) expects to make his preseason debut Friday, Rob Longley of the Toronto Sun reports.Clarkson has been considered day-to-day for most of training camp, and just recently began skating with his team. If he's ready to participate in preseason games, expect Clarkson to be ready to go when the regular season starts.
Leafs' Clarkson Skates
Clarkson (lower body) participated in Monday's morning skate, Jonas Siegel of TSN 1050 reports.Clarkson won't play in Monday's pre-season game, but it's a good sign that he's back on the ice. At this point, it doesn't look like his lower body injury will limit him during the regular season at all.
|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) |