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Maroon (knee) is healing faster than anticipated.

Maroon's original timetable was four weeks, but he is coming along better than expected which means he could potentially be back by next week. With Dany Heatley back and Matt Beleskey playing well, the Ducks likely won't rush Maroon, but sounds like he will be joining them in practice shortly.

Source: Eric Stephens 10/30/14, 10:23 am EST

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Maroon will miss four weeks with an MCL sprain.

Maroon suffered the injury in the Ducks win over the Sabres on Monday. He was moved to IR yesterday so we knew the injury was going to keep him out a bit and it turns out he will be out until the middle of November with an MCL sprain. This is a tough break for Maroon who had three assists in the first three games playing with Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf. Matt Beleskey is expected to continue to fill that spot, at least until Dany Heatley (groin) is healthy.

Source: Lance Pugmire 10/16/14, 10:28 am EST

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Maroon (leg) will miss at least a couple of game; maybe longer.

Maroon was injured in the Ducks 5-1 win over the Sabres on Monday after being hit by Josh Gorges. He was reportedly walking with a noticeable limp after the game and has been ruled out for Tuesday's game and could miss a lot more time than that. He was settling in nicely on the Ducks top-line, recording an assist in each of the first three games. The Ducks will likely release a timetable for Maroon in the next day or two.

Source: Eric Stephens 10/14/14, 5:56 am EST

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The Ducks have recalled right wing Devante Smith-Pelly, goaltender Frederik Andersen and left wing Patrick Maroon from the Norfolk Admirals.

Maroon, 25 (4/23/88), has appeared in 11 games for Anaheim this season, scoring two goals (2-0=2) with 10 PIM. He collected his first career NHL goal on Feb. 16 at Nashville, beating Pekka Rinne for the game-tying goal in an eventual 3-2 shootout win.

Source: Anaheim Ducks 04/24/13, 9:30 am EST

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But the fact that he’s still in Anaheim and other more prominent prospects have already been assigned is a victory in itself. Like any other NHL coach, Ducks coach Randy Carlyle is intrigued with a 6-foot-4, 225-pound winger with the kind of hands that can wreak havoc on teams around the net.

Maroon should make the team as a fourth liner capable of moving up the ranks. Last season he scored 21 goals and 48 points through 57 games with the Syracuse Crunch. He has little-to-nothing left to prove at the AHL level and would be exposed to waivers if sent down.

Source: OC Register Ducks Blog 09/29/11, 1:28 pm EST

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