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Tampa Bay Lightning

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Maroon is day-to-day with an upper-body injury; questionable to play Wednesday in New Jersey.

Maroon suffered an upper-body injury in a fight with Michael Haley early in the first period of Tuesday's game. It seems unlikely that Maroon will be available for Wednesday's game in New Jersey, so expect someone to be called up from Syracuse (AHL) to replace him if Anthony Cirelli (undisclosed) can't play again.

Source: Joe Smith 10/30/19, 1:38 pm EST

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The Lightning have signed Patrick Maroon to a one-year, $900,000 contract.

Maroon returned to his hometown in 2019, scoring 10 goals with 18 assists (28 points) in 74 games with the Blues. He went on to have a decent postseason but won a Stanley Cup and now signs on with the 2020 preseason favorites to win the Cup. Maroon will have a really hard time cracking the Lighting’s top-6, but he will solidify their bottom-6 and second power-play unit. 

Source: Tampa Bay Lightning 08/26/19, 12:21 pm EST

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The Devils have acquired Patrick Maroon from the Oilers for J.D. Dudek and a third round draft pick.

Maroon had a career-year while playing with Connor McDavid in 2016-17, but couldn’t quite find the same success this year. With his contract expiring at the end of the season and the Oilers out of the playoff hunt they had to trade him. Maroon made it seem possible that he could return to the Oilers this summer, but for now he heads to the Devils where he could find himself in the top-6.

Source: Mark Spector 02/26/18, 5:30 pm EST

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Maroon (lower-body) will draw back into the Oilers lineup on Sunday.

Maroon has missed the last two games with a lower-body injury and despite trade rumours swirling around, the Oilers won’t preserve the health of their winger as he suits up tonight in Anaheim. Maroon re-enters the lineup with 30 points (14G / 16A) in 57 games this season—he will replace Mark Letestu, who was traded to the Blue Jackets this afternoon.

Source: Jack Michaels 02/25/18, 3:27 pm EST

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