Kody Clark Out 6-8 Months Following Surgery On Left Quad Tendon

The Washington Capitals announced on Tuesday that forward prospect Kody Clark has undergone surgery on his left quad tendon, and is expected to miss 6-8 months.

Clark, 22, recorded eight goals and 11 assists in 63 games for the Bears last season, his best offensive production of his AHL career.

Kody Clark: 2022 Annual Review And Forecast

Clark, a 6’-3”, 185lb right-winger, was drafted by the Capitals in the second round (47th overall) of the 2018 NHL Entry Draft. The Capitals signed Clark to a three-year entry-level contract with an average annual value of $808000 on October 22, 2018. With the first two years of the contract being entry level slides, Clark will be a restricted free agent at the end of the 2022-23 season.

By Jon Sorensen

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About Jon Sorensen

Jon has been a Caps fan since day one, attending his first game at the Capital Centre in 1974. His interest in the Caps has grown over the decades and included time as a season ticket holder. He has been a journalist covering the team for 10+ years, primarily focusing on analysis, analytics and prospect development.
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1 Response to Kody Clark Out 6-8 Months Following Surgery On Left Quad Tendon

  1. novafyre says:

    That means the entire regular season. With him being an RFA at the end of his recovery, do you think the Caps will resign him? He has helped the Bears, but was he really a serious contender for the Caps (and I’m not even considering the AARP Caps)?

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