Calle Jarnkrok Stats
- Height / Weight
- 72 / 192 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 9/25/1991 (31)
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Calle Jarnkrok News
Toronto Maple Leafs forward Calle Jarnkrok is considered day-to-day with an undisclosed injury and won't play Saturday against Montreal. The 31-year-old comes out of the lineup after going scoreless in seven of the last nine games. He's not had a great time in recent weeks, but Jarnkrok has been a good pickup for the Maple Leafs. The Swedish forward featured heavily in the top six early in the season and has had a career year with 37 points in 71 games. Wayne Simmonds will take Jarnkrok's place in the lineup Saturday.
Toronto Maple Leafs forward Calle Jarnkrok put in a huge performance against St. Louis on Tuesday, pushing the team to a 5-4 overtime victory with a goal and two assists. One of his helpers came in a short-handed situation. The Swedish forward now has an impressive five points in three games since returning from a groin injury. He's found himself on a line with John Tavares and Mitchell Marner, and Jarnkrok has taken full advantage of the opportunity. Jarnkrok has also been on the second power-play unit, so the 31-year-old currently looks like a great pickup for managers who lack options.
Toronto Maple Leafs forward Calle Jarnkrok (groin) will miss at least two weeks of action. He got hurt in Wednesday's win over San Jose and it looks like the team won't count on him for at least six games. Prior to getting injured, Jarnkrok was enjoying some good form and had joined the second line. He has tallied five goals and four assists in 25 games this year. Nicholas Robertson rejoined John Tavares and Mitchell Marner on the second line in Friday's practice. The 21-year-old has struggled to stay in the lineup this season and looks set to skate for only the third time in 10 games on Saturday versus Tampa. Robertson, who boasts five points from 12 games this season, is an intriguing fantasy piece, but there's no point in having him on the roster if he hasn't nailed down a spot in the lineup.
Toronto Maple Leafs forward Calle Jarnkrok made an early exit Wednesday versus San Jose and will be unavailable for a bit with a groin injury. The team hasn't yet provided a particular timeline for his return, but head coach Sheldon Keefe has been quoted saying that Jarnkrok will miss "some time". It's a very unfortunate turn of events for the Swedish forward, as he had just found himself skating with John Tavares and the red-hot Mitchell Marner on the second line. Jarnkrok entered Wednesday's matchup riding a three-game point streak. His numbers for the whole season include five goals and four assists in 25 games.
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