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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Tallies twice in shootout loss

    Carlsson scored a pair of goals on five shots in Sunday's 6-5 shootout loss to the Blues. Carlsson struck just after a power play early in the third period and added the game-tying goal with 3:51 left in regulation. He's earned four points over three games in April after picking up just one assist through eight appearances in March. The 19-year-old rookie is up to 12 goals, 28 points, 104 shots on net and a minus-9 rating through 51 outings overall while playing almost exclusively in a top-line role.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Scores lone goal in loss

    Carlsson scored a goal on three shots in Friday's 3-1 loss to the Kraken. This was Carlsson's first goal and third point in 10 games since he returned from a concussion in mid-March. The rookie center is not exactly tearing things up to close out 2023-24. He's now at 10 goals, 26 points, 98 shots on net and a minus-9 rating through 50 appearances. Carlsson should finish the year in a top-six role, but his scoring contributions could be limited down the stretch.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Set to play Sunday

    Carlsson (knee) is expected to play Sunday versus Tampa Bay, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports. Carlsson fully participated in Saturday's practice after leaving Thursday's 4-0 win over Chicago early. He has produced nine goals and 24 points in 43 games this season. Carlsson will probably skate on the top line and see time on the power play in Sunday's contest.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Ready to rock

    Carlsson (concussion) is expected to return to the lineup Sunday versus the Blues, per Lou Korac of NHL.com. Carlsson is projected to occupy a top-six role and see power-play time after missing eight games. The 19-year-old rookie has nine goals, 23 points, 79 shots on net and 25 hits through 40 appearances this season.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Unavailable Friday

    Carlsson (concussion) will miss Friday's game against Winnipeg, per Derek Lee of The Sporting Tribune. Carlsson was last in the lineup Feb. 29. He has nine goals and 23 points in 40 contests in 2023-24. Carlsson will likely serve in a top-six capacity once he's healthy.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Out Thursday

    Carlsson (concussion) won't return Thursday versus Minnesota, according to Derek Lee of The Sporting Tribune. Carlsson has also missed Anaheim's previous six contests. He has nine goals and 23 points in 40 outings in 2023-24. Carlsson will likely serve in a top-six capacity once he's healthy enough to play.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Out Sunday

    Carlsson (upper body) will not play Sunday against the Canucks, per the NHL's media site. Carlsson will miss his second straight game with an upper-body issue but remains without much of a timeline for his return. The rookie forward has nine goals and 23 points in 40 games this season.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Out Friday

    Carlsson (upper body) will not suit up Friday against the Devils. Carlsson was a late scratch Friday and is currently considered day-to-day with his upper-body issue. The rookie center has 23 points through 40 games but just five points over his last 13 contests.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Posts assist Wednesday

    Carlsson notched an assist in Wednesday's 7-4 loss to the Blue Jackets. Carlsson set up an Alex Killorn tally late in the second period. The helper was Carlsson's fourth in the last seven games, but he has not scored since returning from a knee injury in mid-January, a span of 14 games. The 19-year-old center is up to 22 points, 72 shots on net, 25 hits and a minus-9 rating through 37 outings. Despite the lack of goals, he remains in a top-line role.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Hands out helper in win

    Carlsson notched an assist and two hits in Thursday's 5-1 win over the Senators. Carlsson helped out on a Pavel Mintyukov tally in the first period. The 19-year-old Carlsson is still in a goal drought that is now at 17 games, but he's provided a solid eight assists in that span. The rookie center has 21 points, 69 shots on net, 22 hits and a minus-6 rating through 34 contests while seeing top-line usage.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Nabs assist in loss

    Carlsson picked up an assist and two PIM in Friday's 5-3 loss to the Oilers. Carlsson hasn't scored in nine games since he returned from a knee injury, but he's racked up five assists in that span. They've all come at even strength. The 19-year-old center is still seeing ample power-play time, so his production there will likely come around eventually. Carlsson has 20 points, 65 shots on net, 10 PIM and a minus-5 rating through 32 appearances.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Generates helper

    Carlsson logged an assist in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime win over the Sharks. Carlsson set up Troy Terry's game-tying goal late in the third period. With four assists over eight games since returning from a knee injury, Carlsson has been solid but not outstanding. The 19-year-old will get a chance to rest over the next week before resuming his rookie season after the bye week. He has 19 points, 64 shots on net and a minus-6 rating through 31 appearances, and he should be an everyday player the rest of the way.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Dishes two assists in loss

    Carlsson notched two assists and three shots on goal in Sunday's 5-2 loss to the Rangers. Carlsson helped out on both of linemate Adam Henrique's goals in the first period. With three helpers over his last two outings, Carlsson appears to be back in a groove. He's played in all four of the Ducks' games since he returned from a knee injury, and those came in a pair of back-to-back sets. Carlsson has eight goals, 10 assists, 54 shots on net and a minus-6 rating over 27 contests.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Earns first helper since return

    Carlsson notched an assist and two shots on goal in Saturday's 5-3 loss to the Sharks. The assist was Carlsson's first point in three games since he returned from a knee injury. The 19-year-old was initially expected to miss 4-6 weeks with the injury, but he came back in three weeks. He's also played in a back-to-back since his return, which suggests the Ducks are loosening the reins on their prized rookie for the remainder of the campaign. Carlsson has 16 points, 51 shots on net and a minus-7 rating over 26 appearances and should see top-six minutes and power-play time going forward.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Goes on injured reserve

    Carlsson (knee) was placed on injured reserve Thursday, per CapFriendly. Carlsson was injured Dec. 21 against the Flames and is expected to miss the next 3-5 weeks. He's been replaced on the top line by Trevor Zegras and Carlsson could move down to center the second line upon his return. Carlsson has eight goals and 15 points through 23 games as a rookie in 2023-24.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Injured Thursday

    Carlsson sustained a lower-body injury in Thursday's game versus the Flames and will require further evaluation, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports. Carlsson was hurt in the third period when MacKenzie Weegar fell on his leg. Until further tests are conducted, it's unknown how long Carlsson may be out of action. If he misses time, Benoit-Olivier Groulx will likely step into a bottom-six role while Mason McTavish would move into the top six.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Does it all in shootout win

    Carlsson scored a goal on four shots and dished a power-play assist in Saturday's 4-3 shootout win over the Avalanche. Carlsson was also effective in other ways, drawing two of the three penalties the Avalanche took. The 18-year-old also had the Ducks' lone shootout tally to secure the win. Carlsson continues to play as advertised with seven goals, five assists, 35 shots on net and a minus-1 rating through 16 appearances. With Mason McTavish (upper body) leaving Saturday's game, it's unclear if Carlsson will be in the lineup more often in the short term should his teammate miss time.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Deals power-play helper

    Carlsson recorded a power-play assist and three shots on goal in Sunday's 4-1 win over the Sharks. Carlsson has played in eight straight games, racking up all but one of his eight points this season in that span. The 18-year-old is supposedly on a workload limit in the first half of the campaign, though it hasn't popped up lately. In addition to his offense, Carlsson has 23 shots on net and a minus-1 rating through 10 appearances. The Ducks have four games over the next seven days, so it's possible he could sit out one or more of those contests.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Scores in NHL debut

    Carlsson contributed a goal in a 3-2 loss to Dallas on Thursday. Carlsson, who was making his NHL debut, also finished with a plus-2 rating and two shots in 19:00 of ice time. He was getting a chance to play on the first line alongside Trevor Zegras and Troy Terry, which is a spot typically occupied by Adam Henrique, who was unavailable due to an illness. If Henrique is able to return for Saturday's contest versus Arizona, Carlsson may lose that first-line role, but the 18-year-old rookie should remain in the top six either way.
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  • Ducks' Leo Carlsson: Debuting Thursday

    Carlsson (lower body) will be activated from season-opening injured reserve to make his NHL debut Thursday versus the Stars. Carlsson has missed the Ducks' first two games after sustaining an injury in practice before the start of the season. The 18-year-old was selected second overall in this year's draft. He'll likely slot into a middle-six role and receive power-play time from the start as the Ducks look to get him acclimated to the NHL.
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