Frank Corrado

#20 D / Toronto Maple Leafs / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 191 lb Age: 22 College: None

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Maple Leafs' Frank Corrado: Can't break into lineup on regular basis

    Corrado played in just two games in January. He saw just 5:39 of ice time in his last outing, but managed two shots. He also picked up a minor penalty for interference. Corrado is a young defender whose future lies in the bottom pairing. Right now, he's stuck in the press box because he can't cut a break on the Leafs' right side and he won't clear waivers if the Buds try to send him to the AHL. Corrado's game would be much better served by playing every day, but that probably won't happen this season.

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    Maple Leafs' Frank Corrado: Drawing into lineup Tuesday

    Corrado will be in the lineup Tuesday night, opposing the Coyotes on the road, Paul Hendrick of Leafs TV reports. Corrado will see game action with Matt Hunwick out Tuesday due to an illness. Corrado is quick on his skates and figures to add some energy to the blue line for the Buds. His fantasy value is severely limited, however, as the 22-year-old defenseman has just three points in 30 career games.

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    Maple Leafs' Frank Corrado: Back with Maple Leafs after conditioning stint

    Corrado returned to practice with the Leafs Thursday following his seven game conditioning stint with AHL Toronto, TSN's Mark Masters reports. Corrado tallied three assists in the seven games he took part in during his conditioning stint with AHL Toronto. His first chance to draw into the Leafs' lineup will come Friday against Detroit.

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    Maple Leafs' Frank Corrado: Sent to AHL Toronto on conditioning stint

    Corrado was sent down to AHL Toronto on a conditioning sting Thursday, Sportnet's Chris Johnston reports. Corrado has yet to draw into the Leafs' lineup this season. He'll head to AHL Toronto in an attempt to get his game jump started, and will return to the Maple Leafs no later than Nov. 5.

  • Claimed by Maple Leafs off waivers

    News: Frank Corrado was claimed by the Maple Leafs off waivers Tuesday, TSN's Frank Seravalli reports.
    Analysis: It's a bit of a surprise, as Frank Corrado is only 22-years-old, and still developing as an NHL defenseman. The Canucks, however, felt as though they had seven better options at defense, which rendered Corrado the odd man out in their defensive corps. Vancouver reportedly reached out to a number of teams in an attempt to move Corrado in a trade, but couldn't find any takers. Corrado should get an opportunity to suit up with the Maple Leafs as a sixth or seventh defenseman in 2015-16.
  • Corrado Re-Signs With Vancouver

    News: Frank Corrado signed a one-year (two-way) contract with the Canucks on Friday that will pay him $700,000 at the NHL level.
    Analysis: Frank Corrado only played in 10 games with the Canucks last season, managing to register a single goal over that span. He will compete with Matt Bartkowski and Adam Clendening for the sixth spot in the Canucks' top-six defender group in training camp. If he isn't able to secure that role with the big club, he will start the season with AHL Utica, and will be one of the first players Vancouver turns to in case of injury or poor performance.
  • Canucks' Corrado Sent To Minors

    News: Frank Corrado was reassigned to AHL Utica on Thursday, Jeff Paterson of TSN 1040 AM reports.
    Analysis: The Canucks wanted Frank Corrado to pick up some more consistent ice time after he was a healthy scratch in four of the team's last six games. With the Canucks' blue line now back to full strength with the return of Kevin Bieksa (hand) from injury, Corrado might not have an opportunity to rejoin the parent club again this season.
  • Canucks Recall Corrado

    News: Frank Corrado was recalled from AHL Utica and will play Tuesday against the Sharks, Elliott Pap of the Vancouver Sun reports.
    Analysis: The Canucks reassigned Frank Corrado to Utica following Sunday's game against the Blues with the hope that one of the team's other injured blueliners would be able to return for Tuesday's contest, but that apparently wasn't the case. As a result, Corrado will appear in his first game with the Canucks since Feb. 1, assuming the since-demoted Alex Biega's spot in the lineup.
  • Canucks Activate, Reassign Corrado

    News: Frank Corrado (upper body) was activated from injured reserve ahead of Sunday's game against the Blues, only to be reassigned to AHL Utica after the game.
    Analysis: Frank Corrado, who had been out since Feb. 1 with an illness and the upper-body injury, was cleared to return to action Sunday, but served as a healthy scratch in the Canucks' shootout victory. He'll head to Utica for some regular ice time, but will be on the short list of call-ups on defense when the next injury arises in Vancouver.
  • Canucks' Corrado Could Be Back Sunday

    News: Frank Corrado (upper body) was a full participant in Saturday's practice and suggested he would be ready to play Sunday against the Blues if needed, Elliott Pap of the Vancouver Sun reports.
    Analysis: Frank Corrado hasn't appeared in a game since Feb. 1, when an illness followed by the upper-body injury kept him out of commission. He didn't show any visible limitations during Saturday's session, as he skated as part of a regular defensive pairing with Adam Clendening. Coach Willie Desjardins will likely wait until Sunday morning to reassess Corrado's condition, along with his availability for the game later that evening.
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