David Clarkson RW TOR 3 Months

Clarkson (fractured orbital bone) was on the ice at practice Thursday wearing a full cage, according to CTV Barrie. He skated for about 35 minutes.

He was trying to get used to the full cage, which might take some time. Hopefully, he doesn't miss time -- we'll know more when he starts taking hits.

David Clarkson RW TOR 3 Months

Clarkson has a fractured orbital bone, but isn't expected to miss any time, David Alter of Sportsnet reports.

Clarkson injured his face during a preseason fight, but the fractured bone won't require surgery, and the team expects to have the winger back Friday. Clarkson recorded five goals, six assists, and 93 PIM in 60 games last season.

David Clarkson RW TOR 3 Months

Clarkson didn't practice Saturday and was slated to see a specialist about the extent of the injury to his right cheekbone that he suffered in a fight Friday night, reports TSN.ca. He was injured in a fight with Cody McCormick of the Sabres.

Wow. He was derailed last season by a pointless preseason fight; let's hope that's not the case this time around, too. He desperately needs to get his Leafs' career back on track.

David Clarkson RW TOR 3 Months

Clarkson left Friday's game against the Sabres for precautionary reasons after a fight two minutes into the third period, according to a report on Toronto's Sportsnet 590TheFAN. He had scored a goal earlier in the game.

He made his preseason debut Friday after missing time due to a lower-body injury. It is unknown if the precautionary reasons are related to this injury.

David Clarkson RW TOR 3 Months

Clarkson (lower body) expects to make his preseason debut Friday, Rob Longley of the Toronto Sun reports.

Clarkson has been considered day-to-day for most of training camp, and just recently began skating with his team. If he's ready to participate in preseason games, expect Clarkson to be ready to go when the regular season starts.

David Clarkson RW TOR 3 Months

Clarkson (lower body) participated in Monday's morning skate, Jonas Siegel of TSN 1050 reports.

Clarkson won't play in Monday's pre-season game, but it's a good sign that he's back on the ice. At this point, it doesn't look like his lower body injury will limit him during the regular season at all.

David Clarkson RW TOR 3 Months

Clarkson is dealing with a lower body injury, Terry Koshan of the Toronto Sun reports.

Clarkson joined Tyler Bozak as the two out for the practice, with both reportedly dealing with lower-body injuries. They both ocurred during pre-camp workouts, and coach Randy Carlyle believes the injury is minor.

David Clarkson RW TOR 3 Months

Clarkson (undisclosed) was on the ice in full equipment on Saturday morning before the rest of the team hit the ice for training camp, reports Toronto's Sportsnet 590TheFAN.

He and Tyler Bozak -- the team's other guy who's "out" with an undisclosed issue -- were out there together; both were in full equipment. His issue remains day-to-day, so don't start worrying yet. But we hope his time on the sidelines doesn't last too long for Clarkson -- he needs to get into a groove to start this season in order to erase memories of his start last year.

David Clarkson RW TOR 3 Months

Clarkson missed the first day of Leafs' training camp with an undisclosed injury, according to Sportsnet 590TheFAN.

There was no word of the type of injury, but it is considered day to day.

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Clarkson is in Florida working out with Sidney Crosby, Matt Duchene and Nathan MacKinnon, all guided by trainer Matt Belfry, according to the New York Times.

The workouts have been likened to a hockey school of sorts, where players focus on fundamentals and individual skill work. Clarkson is clearly committed to doing whatever is needed to start again in Toronto, but we'll see how it translates into game action come September and October.