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Raymond is dealing with a lower-body injury and will not play in Wednesday's preseason game against the Coyotes, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.

Raymond skated on his own earlier in the day Wednesday, but decided that it was a wise move to opt out of the game while he was running at less than 100 percent. Unless the Flames indicate otherwise in the coming days, the injury wouldn't seem to be anything too serious at this time.

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The Calgary Flames have signed Mason Raymond to a three-year/$9.5 million contract.

Raymond cashed in nicely after being a free agent last summer and getting only a one-year/$1 million with Toronto. He had 19 goals and 45 points in 82 games and should see time as a top-six forward in 2014-15.

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Toronto would like to re-sign Mason Raymond.

He played with the Leafs last season a bargain deal of one-year at $1 million. Raymond notched 19 goals and 45 points in 82 games during the 2103-14 campaign. Toronto isn't the only team interested in his services though, according to TSN's Darren Dreger.

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Mason Raymond's next goal will be his 20th of the season.

If he gets it, Raymond will have reached the 20-goal plateau for only the second time in his career. He scored 25 for the Canucks in 2009-10. About comparing his Toronto success to his days in Vancouver, Raymond has this to say: I'm not really going to compare with what happened way back when, but just continue to do everything I can to help the team win." That's what you want to hear from a player. If Raymond is still available in your fantasy pool you should pick him up for your bench.

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Mason Raymond scored a shorthanded goal in Toronto's 3-2 win over Los Angeles Thursday night.

Raymond now has 19 goals and 21 assists in 68 games this season. Defensemen Dion Phaneuf and Carl Gunnarsson also scored for the Leafs, while Nazem Kadri registered two assists in the victory.

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Mason Raymond earned two assists in Toronto's 6-2 loss to San Jose on Tuesday night.

He has two goals and four points in his last five games. Raymond has collected 18 goals and 39 points in 67 appearances with the Leafs this season, which is very good value for the $1 million salary he is earning.

Mason Raymond LW CGY 7 Months

Mason Raymond scored his 17th goal of the season, but it wasn't enough as the Maple Leafs dropped a 2-1 decision to Columbus Monday night.

Raymond has enjoyed a nice renaissance with the Leafs, which should make him a reasonably sought-after commodity when he hits free agency during the summer. Joffrey Lupul and Morgan Rielly picked up assists on the tally.

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Mason Raymond has three goals in his last 26 games after scoring 10 markers in his first 28 contests this season.

"The team is doing better and that's most important. But it's frustrating," he said. "There have been some chances where I have not capitalized and that has made a difference." Raymond has generated 32 points in 54 matches, but he wants to contribute more.

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Mason Raymond has potted two goals in his last 20 games.

He has 12 markers and 28 points in 48 contests this year, but he's been cold offensively since late December. Raymond will need to pick up his game in the second half if he wants to earn an extension from the Leafs.

Mason Raymond LW CGY 9 Months

Maple Leafs forward Mason Raymond has 11 goals and 25 points in 37 games this season and is on pace to either match or exceed career-highs in goals, assists, points and ice-time.

The 28-year-old has been one of the few bright spots in Toronto this season. Among the more consistent and versatile options in the Toronto lineup, Raymond has not gone more than four games without a point and is tied for second in December scoring after leading the team in November. He is averaging what would be a career-high of more than 18 minutes. With the increased opportunity, Raymond is on pace to best the career year he had in 2009-10. That season, playing mostly alongside Ryan Kesler with the Canucks, he totaled 25 goals and 53 points, numbers he's in line to match or even exceed this season. Is he a better player now? "I like to think I have more experience and have learned from a lot of situations that I've been through," said Raymond, his recovery from broken vertebrae in his back and a trip to the Stanley Cup Final in 2011 among the challenges and experiences.