Pro Hockey Talk "The Ottawa Senators have been impressive against the Columbus Blue Jackets so far tonight, but not all the news is good news. Forward Clarke MacArthur‘s night is over thanks to a lower-body injury, according to a variety of reporters. The severity of the injury isn’t clear at the moment (beyond..." October 15
Ottawa Sun "Money and security, Clarke MacArthur says, will not change him. He will still play the game the right way, he will continue to lead by example, he will again say what needs to be said in the dressing room. In fact, his voice will be a little stronger now that he has one season in Ottawa under..." August 21
Ottawa Citizen "The Ottawa Senators signed left winger Clarke MacArthur to a five-year, $23.25 million contract extension Tuesday, taking care of one major piece of off-season business. MacArthur, who has one year and $3.25 million remaining on his current contract, is now under contract through the 2019-20..." August 19
TSN "Ottawa Senators forward Clarke MacArthur is not expected to play in Monday's game against the Nashville Predators with a hand injury but could return for Saturday's matchup with the Montreal Canadiens. MacArthur suffered an injury to a tendon in his hand during a fight with Calgary Flames..." March 10
Ottawa Sun "The Senators got some good news Saturday. Winger Clarke MacArthur, who injured a tendon in his hand fighting with Calgary’s Chris Butler Wednesday, won’t require surgery after being sent back to Ottawa to see a specialist. MacArthur didn’t suit up Saturday against the Jets and won’t play..." March 08
Ottawa Sun "Nobody in the Senators room believes in ghosts Halloween month or any other time. But nobody wanted that damned dressing room stall Daniel Alfredsson sat in at the Kanata castle now known as Canadian Tire Centre either. "When they asked me I said absolutely not" Bobby Ryan recalled Friday..." October 19
MacArthur is 2 x $3.25M with OTT. Done deal.
Nonis on MacArthur: "I would not rule out bringing Clarke back."
MacArthur has 1G in 17gms. Said Carlyle: "I think he gets frustrated with himself ..[he] takes a lot of that on and isn’t able to shake it."
Toronto Sun "No matter what happens with the Maple Leafs prior to Wednesday’s 3 p.m. NHL trade deadline, coach Randy Carlyle may have some more bodies to work into his lineup when the team returns to game action on Thursday night. Injured forwards Clarke MacArthur and Leo Komarov are nearing a return after..." April 03