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Clarke MacArthur | Winger | #16

Team: Ottawa Senators
Age / DOB:  (32) / 4/6/1985
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 192
Drafted: 2003 / Rd. 3 (74) / BUF
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Senators GM Pierre Dorion told TSN Radio 1200 on Tuesday that he doesn't expect Clarke MacArthur to play this season.
MacArthur failed his medical at the start of training camp and he hasn't been talked about since. "He's moved to Florida, if I'm not mistaken," said Dorion. "And after failing that medical... You know what, if he wants to come back next year and try, we'd definitely look at it. Clarke was a big part of our playoff success, but I think health [and] family comes before hockey any day... I couldn't be responsible for allowing him to play after doctors said that he failed his medical." MacArthur was ruled out for 2016-17 because of concussion issues, but he managed to make a surprise return in April. That may not happen again this time, though. Nov 14 - 6:17 PM
Source: TSN.ca

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Clarke MacArthur failed his medical Thursday, so he isn't cleared to participate in training camp.

"Right now, we don't know much, but he won't be part of camp," said Senators GM Pierre Dorion. "He was disappointed, but at the same time, he looked in great shape (skating). He trained all summer." The Senators will wait for an update on his status, but for now his future is cloudy. MacArthur has sat out the majority of the past two seasons with concussion problems.
Sep 14 - 3:07 PM

Clarke MacArthur is expected to report to training camp, but it's unclear if he'll be cleared to play this season.

TSN's Bob McKenzie spoke with Ottawa GM Pierre Dorion on the subject of MacArthur playing this year and he was non-committal on the winger's future/status.
Sep 13 - 12:21 PM

Clarke MacArthur revealed he is unsure if he will return to the NHL next season.

MacArthur said he needs to speak to doctors and take some time before making a decision. However, naturally he wants to continue his NHL career with three-years remaining on his deal. He also added that he was bothered by a sore neck but believes he should be "fine". The Senators will be hoping he returns as he brings some needed offensive production to their lineup.
May 27 - 1:35 PM

Clarke MacArthur found the back of the net in Friday's 3-2 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Final.

MacArthur put an end to Matt Murray's shutout late in the second-period to cut Pittsburgh's lead to 3-1 at the time. Ottawa would add another goal, but that's as close as they'd come to tying the game. MacArthur finished the game with a plus-1 rating, three shots on goal and three hits in 19:11 of ice time. MacArthur has now picked up two points in his last two contests. He has three goals and five assists in 16 games this postseason. The best-of-seven series is now tied up at two. Game 5 will be played in Pittsburgh on Sunday.
May 20 - 12:30 AM

Clarke MacArthur posted pair of assists in Tuesday's 4-2 win against the New York Rangers.

He helped give the Senators a 2-0 lead after the first period by assisting on goals by Mike Hoffman and Mark Stone. MacArthur has contributed six points in 12 postseason outings.
May 10 - 9:16 AM

Clarke MacArthur (upper body) expects to play in Game 3 Tuesday against the Rangers.

He was back on the ice Monday morning at practice after he pinched a nerve in his neck. "I feel good. I got an adjustment and it changed everything," MacArthur said. "In the first game, I got hit and kind of fell on my left side. It's kind of like having a pinched nerve. I got hit in the second game and it just kind of re-aggravated it. I got it worked on and it's literally not an issue at all."
May 1 - 2:10 PM

Clarke MacArthur (upper body) traveled with his teammates, so he could be available for Tuesday's road match against the New York Rangers.

Coach Guy Boucher reiterated Sunday that MacArthur's recent injury has nothing to do with his past history of concussions, which is great news. "Clarke is feeling much better, so he's hopeful for Tuesday for sure," Boucher said.
May 1 - 10:33 AM

Clarke MacArthur (upper body) is expected to skate on Monday.

MacArthur was hurt in Game 1 and then aggravated the injury while playing in Game 2. His injury isn't a concussion and he's regarded as day-to-day.
Apr 30 - 4:00 PM

Clarke MacArthur couldn't complete Game 2 on Saturday due to an upper-body injury.

MacArthur apparently sustained the ailment during Game 1 and then aggravated it in Game 2. Given MacArthur's history with concussions, it's natural to worry about that when the words "upper-body injury" get associated with him, but Senators coach Guy Boucher clarified that MacArthur isn't dealing with a head injury. He's considered day-to-day.
Apr 29 - 8:01 PM

Clarke MacArthur left the bench to go to the dressing room and hasn't returned.

MacArthur took a hit from Ryan McDonagh, played another couple of shifts and then left for the room. MacArthur missed the final 14:23 of the second period and there is no news on whether he is out for the remainder of the game yet. Any injury to McArthur is newsworthy considering he missed nearly two years due to a concussion. We will provide an update when one is made available.
Apr 29 - 4:55 PM

For Clarke MacArthur, scoring the series-winning overtime winner has to be particularly sweet.

It's every player's dream, but MacArthur has to have a particular appreciation for just how special it is after missing almost all of the last two seasons with post-concussion syndrome. MacArthur returned on April 4 and went on to participate in every game of the first round. "It’s just awesome to be back playing and to end the game like that," said MacArthur. "You miss most of the last two years, and you keep working on it, and it’s just great to get that opportunity and be able to put away like that."
Source: Ottawa Sun
Apr 24 - 10:58 AM

Clarke MacArthur netted the overtime winner in Ottawa's 3-2 victory against Boston in Game 6 Sunday afternoon.

With that, Ottawa has eliminated Boston and advanced to the second round where the Senators will face the New York Rangers. Bobby Ryan scored a goal and registered an assist for Ottawa, giving him seven points in six postseason contests. Kyle Turris netted Ottawa's other goal on Sunday. Derick Brassard assisted on two of the Senators' three markers. He had two goals and eight points in the first round.
Apr 23 - 6:31 PM

Clarke MacArthur scored his first goal since April 19, 2015 in Saturday afternoon's 4-3 overtime win over the Bruins.

That's two years for those keeping score. MacArthur's battles with post-concussion syndrome are well known. It's a testament to his dedication that he is even playing hockey again. Needless to say, the Ottawa crowd went wild when MacArthur bulged the twine.
Apr 16 - 10:29 AM

Clarke MacArthur made an emotional return to the lineup on Tuesday.

"Everyone is excited," he said referring to the support he received from his teammates. "Everyone has seen what has gone on in the past couple of years. It's just great to be back, to be back playing. I wanted to play and the hurdles to get over everything and our staff and the whole medical thing ... a delicate situation that you have to cross all the T's. I was very thankful for the organization to give me another chance again." MacArthur logged 9:44 of ice time and he registered one hit on his first shift. He sustained his fourth documented concussion in 18 months at training camp. MacArthur hadn't played in a game since Oct. 14, 2015.
Apr 5 - 10:24 AM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
C1Derick Brassard
2Matt Duchene
3Jean-Gabriel Pageau
4Nate Thompson
LW1Mike Hoffman
2Zack Smith
3Ryan Dzingel
4Nick Paul
5Tom Pyatt
6Clarke MacArthur
RW1Mark Stone
2Bobby Ryan
3Alex Burrows
4Christopher DiDomenico
D1Erik Karlsson
2Dion Phaneuf
3Cody Ceci
4Mark Borowiecki
5Fredrik Claesson
6Johnny Oduya
7Thomas Chabot
8Chris Wideman
9Ben Harpur
G1Craig Anderson
2Mike Condon