Harrington has been assigned to the AHL Marlies. Harrington is best utilized in his own zone, though he's been known to set up scores every now and then. Last season, when he belonged to the Penguins' organization, Harrington produced two goals and 12 assists with AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton to complement a plus-19 rating.
Harrington (upper body) has been activated off of injured reserve, Dhiren Mahiban of the Canadian Press reports. While he is available to play, Harrington hasn't been a difference maker for the Leafs this season. He has a single point, a minus-1 rating, and is averaging just 16:03 time on ice per game through seven games.
Harrington (upper body) was placed on IR on Monday, David Alter of the National Post reports. Harrington had been held out of the past two contests with an upper-body injury, though the severity of the setback is still unclear. The move will clear a roster spot for Nick Spaling, who was activated off IR earlier Monday.
Harrington (upper body) won't play Saturday against the Penguins, Jonas Siegel of TSN Radio 1050 reports. Saturday will mark the second straight game Harrington has missed due to injury, as he was also held out of action Friday against the Rangers with the same ailment. He was, however, able to participate in Saturday's morning skate, indicating he could be close to making a return to Toronto's lineup. He will hope to return to game action Monday against Dallas.
Harrington (upper body) will not play Friday against the Rangers. It isn't clear when Harrington suffered the injury, as there was no news regarding the ailment until he was ruled out of Friday's contest. The severity of the injury is also unclear, leaving the young blueliner's availability for Saturday's game against Pittsburgh up in the air.
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