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March 2020 – Clark was more of a scratch once the calen …


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March 2020 – Clark was more of a scratch once the calendar turned to 2020 than he was when he got back from injury. He began to be less noticeable in games and that is why he got scratched often. The injuries piling up are concerning and may be the reason for him having 26 shots in 31 games. He will be a bottom six forward if he makes the NHL but he really needs to up his game is he wants to make the NHL.  Pat Quinn


January 2020 – Clark came back around the end of November and is still getting his legs under him, as he only has two points in the 12 games since he has returned. The bottom six role works for Clark and he has played well since returning, the points will not be there much but multi-category production will. Pat Quinn


September 2019 – Clark will start the season on the IR for Hershey and he will be out for a bit with an injury. It is another injury in a line of injuries for Clark. Pat Quinn


June 2019 – Clark played well in the playoffs for the powerhouse 67’s in a bottom six role posting 14 points in 18 games as the team was ultimately eliminated in the OHL finals. Clark was not given the opportunity to be in a scoring role and it is unknown if the Capitals think he can be anything more than a third liner. His first season in the AHL for the Hershey Bears (who typically use older players over younger players) will introduce him to the pro game and hopefully he can find a scoring touch as the Capitals will need scoring down the line as the teams stars are not getting any younger. Pat Quinn


March 2019 – Clark has improved on his points from last season with 46, but the problem is that he is still under a point per game, as he has played in 57 games. To be fair he has been more healthy this season but he has not done a lot to look like he can be a top six scorer in the NHL. He did up his PIMs from 38 to 98 which is pretty surprising. Clark should be back in the OHL for 2019-2020 and then should go to the AHL for a few seasons afterwards. The Caps definitely made a safe choice with Clark as he projects to be more of an NHLer but not a scoring one. Pat Quinn


September 2018 – Clark will head back to Ottawa for his third OHL season where he looks to improve on his past two season totals of 11 and 39 respectively. He still projects to be a bottom six NHLer but an explosion in points before his fourth OHL season would go a long way in changing peoples mind. Pat Quinn


July 2018 – Clark is the son of former NHLer Wendel Clark and is a steady two-way winger. In Clark’s second year in the OHL he scored 39 points in 56 games, an improvement of 28 points, for a poor Ottawa 67’s team. Clark projects more as a bottom six style safe draft pick but does have the skills to develop into potentially something more, as in a middle six style winger. Next season will help define what type of future role Clark can have as it will be his third year in the CHL and many expect his production to improve. Pat Quinn

Fantasy Upside 6.0
NHL Certainty 7.0
Country CAN
Position RW
Roster Type System
Shoot/Glove Right
Date of Birth October 13, 1999
Height 6‘1”
Weight 179 lbs
Drafted 2018 Round 2; Overall: 47


 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2008-2009 Toronto Pro Hockey Brick Invitational5 1 12 4|Playoffs1 0 11
 2013-2014 Toronto Nationals U15 AAAGTHL U15- - -- -|        
  Toronto Nationals U15 AAAOHF Bantam AAA8 3 03 4|        
  St. Andrew's College MPHL4 0 00 2|        
 2014-2015 Toronto Marlboros U16 AAAGTHL U1658 11 2940 50|        
  Toronto Marlboros U16 AAAOHL Cup7 0 33 4|        
  St. Andrew's College CISAA2 0 00 0|        
 2015-2016 St. Andrew's College CISAA13 4 1014 10|Playoffs4 3 14
  St. Andrew's College CAHS52 17 2643 38|        
 2016-2017 Ottawa 67'sOHL57 7 411 35|        
 2017-2018 Ottawa 67'sOHL56 18 2139 38|Playoffs5 0 00
 2018-2019 Ottawa 67'sOHL57 17 2946 98|Playoffs18 5 914 40 
 2019-2020 Hershey BearsAHL31 3 69 18|