Cal Clutterbuck

Islanders 21-22 report card: Cal Clutterbuck has good year

Cal Clutterbuck went from a pending UFA and possible deadline trade bait to signing a two-year extension on deadline day with the New York Islanders. Oh, and immediately after getting that extension, Cal was shelved for the season with an injury. It wasn't how Cal wanted the year to end...
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Islanders' Cal Clutterbuck: Done for the year

Clutterbuck will miss the remainder of the season with a shoulder injury that will require surgery. At this point it isn't clear if Clutterbuck, who's picked up 15 points through 59 games this season, will be ready in time for next season's training camp. Look for the 34-year-old vet to land on injured reserve in the coming days.

Islanders extend Zach Parise, Cal Clutterbuck

Despite being well out of the playoff picture, a pair of New York Islanders veterans are staying put. ESPN’s Kevin Weekes reports that forwards Zach Parise and Cal Clutterbuck signed extensions in New York. Per the Islanders, Clutterbuck’s extension is for two years, while Parise’s is just for one. The deals will go into effect for the 2022-23 season.
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Islanders' Cal Clutterbuck: Sidelined with undisclosed issue

Clutterbuck (undisclosed) won't play Tuesday against the Senators, Brian Compton of reports. The nature of Clutterbuck's issue remains a mystery, but he'll miss at least one more contest with his undisclosed injury. Look for Kieffer Bellows to remain in the lineup until Clutterbuck is ready to return.
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Islanders' Cal Clutterbuck: Inks two-year extension

Clutterbuck put pen to paper on a two-year, $3.5 million contract extension with the Islanders on Monday. Clutterbuck is in his ninth season with the Islanders and will extend his 15-year NHL career another two years. The veteran winger is offensively limited but should still be capable of producing between 15-25 points in a fourth-line role. As such, Clutterbuck figures to remain a mid-range fantasy opinion at best.