David Clarkson News Archive
Clarkson returned from suspension Tuesday and finished minus-1 with one minor penalty and two hits in 15:27. He has just one point in his last 11 games.
After Clarkson's phone hearing Saturday, it was announced that he will be suspended for two games for his hit to the head of the Blues' Vladimir Sobotka, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Updating an earlier post, Clarkson will have a telephone hearing with league officials at 9 a.m. ET on Saturday morning for throwing an ugly elbow to the head of the Blues' Vladimir Sobotka on Thursday night, reports CBC.ca. It is his second hearing of the season.
Clarkson will have an in-person hearing Saturday for his hit to the head of the Blues' Vladimir Sobotka in Thursday's game, Rob Longley of the Toronto Sun reports.
Clarkson and Nazem Kadri, who had been skating together of late, were separated at practice Monday.
Clarkson scored a power-play goal on a tip-in shot in the second period of Saturday's shootout win over the Capitals.
Clarkson finally scored his first goal as a Maple Leaf in Tuesday's win over the Islanders. It came in his 11th game of the season.