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According to Tom Gulitti's Fire and Ice blog, David Clarkson has agreed to play in Austria with EC Red Bull Salzburg.
According to the team website for EC Red Bull Salzburg, Devils right wing David Clarkson has signed to play with the Austrian Hockey League team.
The story on the site, which shows Clarkson holding Red Bull Salzburg jersey, the 28-year-old Toronto native arrived in Austria earlier today with is wife and daughter and is expected to practice with the team for the first time later today.
Winnipeg Jets defenseman Tobias Enstrom currently also plays with the team.
Clarkson was originally unsure whether or not he would play elsewhere during the lockout, telling Gulitti, "That’s something I’ve been thinking about and might end up happening, but I’m somebody that thinks a certain way.”
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Another New Jersey Devils player is heading overseas due to the stalemate between the NHL and NHLPA.
David Clarkson is the latest Devil to head over to Europe as he has signed with EC Red Bull Salzburg of the Austrian League, according to Matias Strozyk.
As with all contracts, his does have an out-clause so he can return whenever the NHL lockout ends, which hopefully isn'...
Albany, NY, October 24, 2012 – The Connecticut Whale earned their first win in five games on the season Wednesday night at the Times Union Center, scoring five straight goals after giving up the first goal of the game, on the way to a 5-2 victory over the Albany Devils.
Brandon Segal had a goal and an assist to lead the Whale, J.T. Miller, Tommy Grant and Andrew Yogan all scored...
@ctwhale WIN!!!!!!! their first of the season! defeating the @adevils 5-2 The whale are home Friday against the @thehersheybears #bleedgreen
— CTWhale (@CTWhale) October 25, 2012
The Whale are now 1-4-1 this season.
Kyle Jean scored his fourth goal of the season and was a +2.
J.T. Miller scored his first professional goal as he "undressed" Devils former...