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Nov 10, 2022 0 0 -4 1
Nov 8, 2022 0 0 -1 1
Nov 5, 2022 0 0 2 1
Nov 4, 2022 0 1 1 0
Nov 2, 2022 0 0 -1 0

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2022 1.50.2 1 1 -2 15:40
2021 2914.5 2 8 10 -10 16:44
2020 130.7 6 6 -6 17:10
3y Avg. 17.2517.3 1 5 5 -5 17:01
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  • Sabres' Kale Clague: Sent to AHL

    Clague was assigned to AHL Rochester on Sunday. Clague has one assist, five shots on goal, five blocks and eight hits in seven games with Buffalo this year. He was a healthy scratch Saturday versus Boston. Clague's return to the minors could spell good news for Henri Jokiharju (facial fracture), who is close to being ready to return.
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  • Sabres' Kale Clague: Earns first helper with new team

    Clague posted an assist, two hits and two PIM in Friday's 5-3 loss to the Hurricanes. Clague has appeared in four straight games with Ilya Lyubushkin (lower body) out of action. The assist on a Victor Olofsson goal was Clague's first point with the Sabres. He signed a two-way deal in July after finishing last year with the Canadiens, but injuries have greatly affected the Sabres' blue line, allowing him an opportunity to play with the big club. Clague had 10 points in 36 outings last year, and he'll primarily be a bottom-four option while at the NHL level.
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  • Sabres' Kale Clague: Brought up by Buffalo

    Clague was summoned from AHL Rochester on Sunday. The move comes after Mattias Samuelsson (lower body) was injured Saturday in a game against Vancouver. Clague will join the Sabres ahead of Tuesday's contest versus Seattle. He has three assists in five AHL outings this season.
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  • Sabres' Kale Clague: Hits waivers

    Clague was waived by Buffalo on Saturday, per CapFriendly. Clague chipped in two goals and 10 points in 36 games with Los Angeles and Montreal last season. He also collected four assists in five AHL contests with Ontario. Clague is expected to start the year with Rochester if he clears.
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  • Sabres' Kale Clague: Inks deal with Buffalo

    Clague signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Sabres on Wednesday. Clague was not qualified by the Canadiens, and it didn't take him long to find a new home in the Atlantic Division. He had 10 points in 36 contests between the Kings and the Canadiens last year, and he could contend for a roster spot with the Sabres in training camp.
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  • Kale Clague: Cut loose my Montreal

    Clague won't receive a qualifying offer from the Canadiens, which means he'll become an unrestricted free agent Wednesday. Clague will hit the open market after notching five points while averaging 16:15 of ice time through 25 appearances with the Canadiens in 2021-22. The 24-year-old defender will almost certainly have to settle for a two-way deal to remain in the NHL in 2022-23.
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  • Canadiens' Kale Clague: First NHL three-point game

    Clague scored a goal and added two assists in a 7-4 win over the Devils on Thursday. Clague hadn't played since March 9 due to an upper-body injury and he returned with a career game -- it was his first three-point game in the NHL. Clague will be filling a depth role until season's end, but the second-round pick (2016) clearly wants to prove he can be more than that for the Habs next year.
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  • Canadiens' Kale Clague: Activated from IR

    Clague (upper body) was activated from injured reserve Saturday, per CapFriendly. Clague remained out of the lineup for Saturday's 5-4 shootout win over the Lightning. The 23-year-old defenseman is likely to serve in a depth role for the remainder of the season -- he'll compete with the likes of Jordan Harris, Justin Barron and Corey Schueneman for playing time in the final month of the season.
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  • Canadiens' Kale Clague: Sidelined for a week

    Clague is expected to miss one week of action with an upper-body injury. Clague's absence will test the Canadiens' depth at defense, but it shouldn't impact any fantasy lineups, as he's only picked up two points through 23 contests this campaign.
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  • Canadiens' Kale Clague: Surfaces on injured reserve

    Clague (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, per CapFriendly. It's unclear when Clague suffered the injury, as he's played in the Canadiens' last three games. The 23-year-old's move to IR opens a roster spot for Joel Edmundson (back) to make his season debut Saturday versus the Kraken.
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  • Canadiens' Kale Clague: Exits COVID-19 protocols

    Clague departed the NHL's COVID-19 protocols Thursday. Clague has missed one game whilst in the protocols. Since being claimed by the Canadiens on Dec. 4, the 23-year-old has averaged 18:58 of ice time -- 2:08 during the powerplay -- and has recorded one goal over eight games.
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  • Canadiens' Kale Clague: Buries first NHL marker

    Clague scored a goal on one shot and delivered one hit in Tuesday's 5-4 overtime loss to Tampa Bay. Clague knotted the game at three goals apiece when he took a feed from Cole Caufield and clanged a missile off the post to the left of Max Lagace. It was the first goal in 34 NHL games for Clague, who joined the Canadiens early December off waivers from the Kings. He's appeared all six games since being claimed by Montreal and should be part of the lineup for road games Thursday against the Hurricanes and Saturday against the Panthers. Beyond that, the NHL postponed several home games, and the Habs will resume play Jan. 12 in Boston. At that point, Ben Chiarot, Jeff Petry and Chris Wideman could be off the COVID-19 protocols list. And Joel Edmundson (back), also in COVID-19 protocols, could return.
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  • Canadiens' Kale Clague: Has shaky introduction

    Clague finished minus-1 over 17:29 of ice time in Tuesday's 3-2 loss to Tampa Bay. Clague made his Montreal debut after being claimed off waivers from the Kings over the weekend and did not make a good first impression. The minus-1 came about when Clague fanned on a pass from behind the Montreal goal, which went right to Pat Maroon at the side of the net, and he went far side on Jake Allen, who was hugging the short side post. The newest Canadien eventually settled in and had the fourth highest TOI of Montreal's blueliners.
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  • Canadiens' Kale Clague: Will play Tuesday

    Clague practiced on the third pair Monday and will be in the lineup Tuesday night against the Lightning, Pat Hickey of the Montreal Gazette reports. Clague was claimed off waivers from the Kings this past week and will be put to work immediately due to injuries. Jeff Petry (upper body) is doubtful to play and Sami Niku (COVID-19) is in quarantine until the weekend. Clague has history with head coach Dominique Ducharme, having played for the coach during two world junior championships.
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  • Canadiens' Kale Clague: Claimed by Montreal

    Clague was claimed off waivers by the Canadiens from Los Angeles on Saturday, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. The Kings' 51st overall pick in 2016, Clague has recorded 11 points over a combined 33 NHL games since 2019-20. Five of those have come in 11 contests this year despite the fact he was designated a healthy scratch for the last four games of his Kings tenure, so it seems like he could jump right into a regular role with the Habs.
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  • Kings' Kale Clague: Waived Friday

    Clague was designated for waivers by the Kings on Friday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports. Clague has been a healthy scratch for the club's last four contests, so his appearance on waivers shouldn't come as a shock. Still, the blueliner should be atop the list of potential call-ups for the remainder of the 2021-22 campaign. In the meantime, Sean Durzi figures to see plenty of minutes with Los Angeles.
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  • Kings' Kale Clague: Back with big club

    Clague was recalled by the Kings on Monday, per CBS. Clague is expected to skate on LA's third pairing and top power-play unit Wednesday versus Washington. The 23-year-old blueliner has racked up five helpers through eight top-level appearances this year.
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  • Kings' Kale Clague: Heads to AHL

    The Kings sent Clague to AHL Ontario on Sunday, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. The defenseman has played eight consecutive games for the Kings and has averaged 18:11 TOI/G, so he figures to be back with the NHL club in the near future. Clague has tallied five assists and no goals thus far in 2021.
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  • Kings' Kale Clague: Back with NHL club

    The Kings recalled Clague from AHL Ontario on Friday. As expected, the defenseman rejoins the Kings a day after being sent to the minors. Clague has tallied an assist in each of his three games this season and, having averaged over 20 minutes of time on ice per game, figures to play a critical role for the Kings going forward.
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  • Kings' Kale Clague: Assist streak at three games

    Clague produced an assist and two shots on goal in Wednesday's 3-2 shootout win over the Blues. Clague has earned an assist in each of his three contests this season. He skated a season high 23:27 in Wednesday's contest, playing on the top pairing, and his assist in the game was his first to come at even strength. The added power-play time could give him some intrigue in fantasy as he tries to fill the void left by Drew Doughty (knee).
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