MacArthur (concussion) will be back in the lineup on Saturday.
MacArthur will play in his first game since February 16th tonight against his former team in Toronto. MacArthur will skate on the top-line with Kyle Turris and Mark Stone. Mac has 26 points (13G / 13A) in 53 games this season.
MacArthur (concussion) could be ready to return this weekend.
MacArthur has been sidelined with a concussion since February 16th, but he could be back in the lineup during the Senators back-to-back on Saturday or Sunday. MacArthur should provide a nice boost to a Senators team that is rolling right now.
MacArthur (undisclosed) will not play on Wednesday.
MacArthur, who was injured in a collision with Robin Lehner last night, was not on the ice for practice this morning and will be held out of tomorrow’s game. It was a scary looking collision, so there is no surprise that MacArthur won’t play tomorrow.
MacArthur (illness) will return to the Senators’ lineup on Saturday.
MacArthur missed Thursday’s game with an illness, but will return this afternoon for the injured Chris Neil. MacArthur has 16 points (9G / 7A) in 27 games this season, but has just one goal in his last 10 games.
MacArthur missed Thursday’s game with the flu but was back in practice this morning and should be in the lineup tomorrow. With Chris Neil out, MacArthur will reclaim his spot on the top line and Colin Greening will stay in the lineup for Neil.
The Senators signed Clarke MacArthur to a five-year extension worth $23.25 million.
MacArthur recorded 24 goals and 31 assists with a plus-12 rating in 79 games with the Senators last season. The 29-year-old has scored 20 goals in each on the last three 82-game seasons so expect fourth straight in 2014-15. On a rundown Senators offence, Mac will once again play a considerable amount of minutes this season.