Leo Carlsson Stats
- Height / Weight
- 75 / 194 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 12/26/2004 (19)
Leo Carlsson Last 10 Games
Leo Carlsson News
Anaheim Ducks center Leo Carlsson (knee) will miss a 10th consecutive game on Saturday against Tampa Bay. The talented centerman rejoined practice this week but isn't yet ready to return to game action. His next opportunity to suit up comes Monday versus Florida. Carlsson has made 23 appearances during his rookie campaign, posting eight goals and seven assists. With Trevor Zegras (ankle) also on the shelf, Mason McTavish and Adam Henrique have locked up the top-six center positions.
Anaheim Ducks center Leo Carlsson is under evaluation for a lower-body injury after getting hurt in the third period in Thursday's game against Calgary. The young centerman had to exit the action after Flames defenseman MacKenzie Weegar fell on his leg. Carlsson played his 23rd career game on Thursday, and he's notched eight goals and seven assists during his rookie campaign. Trevor Zegras (lower body) practiced in his spot on the first line on Friday and appears to be getting ready to return to the lineup. The Ducks return to action Saturday against Seattle.
Anaheim Ducks center Leo Carlsson is expected to return to the lineup for Sunday's affair versus St. Louis. He sat out Friday's 2-1 loss to Florida as the team continues to manage his workload. Following a second consecutive loss, there was a big line shakeup in Saturday's practice, and Carlsson is set to get a couple of new running mates against the Blues, as he skated with Frank Vatrano and Ryan Strome. The two have combined for 31 points this season, with Vatrano sitting among the league's biggest goal threats with 12 markers. Vatrano and Strome have so far skated with Mason McTavish, who will be linking up with Alex Killorn and Max Jones in Sunday's game.
Anaheim Ducks center Leo Carlsson will once again come out of the lineup for Friday's matchup versus Florida. The team is managing his workload during the Swede's rookie campaign, and the unavailability of Trevor Zegras (lower body) hasn't changed the plans. This will be the second time in three games Carlsson will be scratched. Carlsson scored his first career hat trick a week ago and boasts eight total points (six goals, two assists) in 11 appearances. Adam Henrique will center the top line in Carlsson's absence on Friday.