Clarke MacArthur

#16 LW / Ottawa Senators / EXP: 9YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 191 lb Age: 30 College: None

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INJURY ALERT: IR | Concussion | Out until at least Mar 1
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    Senators' Clarke MacArthur: Gets in partial practice

    MacArthur (concussion) stayed on the ice for part of Wednesday's practice, Brent Wallace of TSN Ottawa reports. MacArthur reportedly looked good in his first practice since suffering a concussion in October, but exited just before the start of contact drills. He's still a ways away from rejoining the lineup, but the veteran winger is reportedly targeting a return by the end of the month. Still, he took a nice step forward in his recovery Wednesday, and should receive another update when he gets closer to rejoining his teammates in game action.

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    Senators' Clarke MacArthur: Skates Wednesday

    MacArthur (concussion) skated Wednesday, Tony Caldwell of the Ottawa Sun reports. MacArthur, who skated by himself, has been out since Oct. 14 with the concussion issue. He remains without a timetable for his return, but it's an encouraging sign that he's on the ice at all. MacArthur is proficient with the puck, having recorded three seasons of 20 or more goals since 2010-11, when he was a member of the Maple Leafs. The Sens really need that kind of production since the team has a minus-6 goal differential while struggling over the past 10 games with a 4-5-1 record.

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    Senators' Clarke MacArthur: Traveled with team

    MacArthur (concussion) traveled with Ottawa on their most recent road trip. MacArthur traveling with the team should be a good sign for his return, yet he remains without a timetable. The 30-year-old has not played since Oct. 14th, making it 31 missed game this year. The Senators need to get the winger back soon as the injuries are starting to pile up.

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    Senators' Clarke MacArthur: Remains without a timetable

    MacArthur (concussion) is not nearing a return and remains without a timetable, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports. MacArthur appeared in just four games this season before sustaining a concussion in a mid-October tilt, and apparently hasn't made much progress in the six weeks since. Concussions are always a difficult injury to project, but the winger looks to be out for the foreseeable future as of now.

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    Senators' Clarke MacArthur: Dealing with concussion

    General manager Bryan Murray confirmed that MacArthur has been dealing with a concussion Tuesday, Ian Mendes of TSN 1200 reports. Although NHL clubs are usually intentionally vague when it comes to injuries, the fashion in which MacArthur suffered his "upper body" injury in Wednesday's game against Columbus made it clear that the 30-year-old forward was likely dealing with a concussion, a notion that was confirmed by general manager Bryan Murray on Tuesday. He has missed Ottawa's last two games with the ailment, and will need to complete the league's concussion protocol before being cleared to play. MacArthur's status for Thursday's game against the Devils is up in the air at this point in time.

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    Senators' Clarke MacArthur: Won't play Saturday

    MacArthur (upper body) will not play in Saturday's game against the Predators. MacArthur will skip his second straight game Saturday because of the issue, but the team doesn't play again until Thursday after that. Perhaps the long rest will be enough for him to rejoin the lineup at that point, but his participation in practice next week should be a big indicator of his potential availability.

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    Senators' Clarke MacArthur: Out Thursday against Penguins

    MacArthur (upper body) will not play Thursday against Pittsburgh, Gord Wilson of TSN 1200 reports. MacArthur exited Wednesday's tilt against the Blue Jackets with an upper-body injury and was unable to return to the contest. The nature of the injury remains unclear, as the team is still reportedly evaluating MacArthur. He'll miss Thursday's matchup with the Penguins, and could be held out of additional contests depending on the severity of the ailment. Shane Prince will likely enter the Senators' lineup in MacArthur's absence.

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    Senators' Clarke MacArthur: Exits Wednesday's game with apparent injury

    MacArthur exited Wednesday's game against Columbus with an upper-body injury, Wayne Scanlan of the Ottawa Citizen reports. MacArthur reportedly appeared to hit the side of his head on the ice when falling down in the neutral zone, and shortly after had to be helped into the Senators' locker room. He won't return to Wednesday's tilt against the Blue Jackets. The Senators should provide an update on his status following the conclusion of Wednesday's game.

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    Ottawa Senators' Clarke MacArthur Will play Thursday

    MacArthur will play Thursday against the Sabres, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports. MacArthur was a game-time decision leading into Thursday's contest, but will be in the Senator's lineup Thursday night against Buffalo. He'll slot into a bottom-six role in Thursday's tilt.

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    Ottawa Senators' Clarke MacArthur Game time decision Thursday

    MacArthur (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision Thursday against the Sabres, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports. MacArthur has been dealing with an undisclosed injury that forced him to miss practice earlier in the week, and was initially considered doubtful to play in the Senators' Thursday night season opener. It appears his condition has improved marginally, but the team may opt to hold him out until Saturday's matchup with the Maple Leafs to avoid risking further injury. His status will be confirmed prior to puck drop Thursday.

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