Mat Clark
POSITION: Defenseman
HEIGHT: 6' 3"
BIRTHDATE: 10/17/1990
AGE: 25
DRAFTED: ANA: 2009-37 overall
Missed majority of 2013-14 due to shoulder injury at Syracuse (AHL), December 6, 2013. Traded to Colorado by Anaheim for Michael Sgarbossa, March 2, 2015.

Was limited to 23 games with Norfolk in 2013-14 due to a torn labrum in his left shoulder…suffered the injury on Dec. 6 @ Syracuse and missed the remainder of the season…appeared in his third AHL season in 2012-13, scoring 1-9=10 points with 79 PIM in a team-leading 71 games with Norfolk…his lone goal of the season was the OT game-winner in a 3-2 victory on Feb. 17 @ Bridgeport…following the AHL regular season, was recalled by Anaheim on Apr. 27 but did not appear in the Stanley Cup Playoffs…signed a one-year contract through the 2013-14 NHL season, July 15, 2013…made his NHL debut with Anaheim in 2011-12, going scoreless in two games…was recalled from Syracuse (AHL) on Mar. 31 and made his NHL debut the following night vs. EDM, logging 11:02 TOI…also appeared on Apr. 3 @ VAN prior to being reassigned to Syracuse on Apr. 4…appeared in 62 games with Syracuse, recording 1-11=12 points with 72 PIM…ranked fourth among team defensemen in scoring and assists, and second in appearances…scored his third career goal and first of the season in a 5-2 win, Nov. 5 vs. Rochester…also collected 1-1=2 points with 11 PIM in four playoff games…earned his first career postseason point (goal) in Game 2 of the CQF, Apr. 21 vs. St. John’s…appeared in his first professional season with Syracuse (AHL) in 2010-11, scoring 2-14=16 points with 128 PIM in 80 games…led Syracuse in PIM and was one of two Crunch players to appear in all 80 games…tied his career high in points (0-2=2) and set a personal best in plus/minus (+3) in a 5-0 victory, Dec. 19 vs. Connecticut…scored his first career goal, Dec. 11 vs. Bridgeport…collected his first career points as part of a two-assist game (0-2=2), Dec. 3 @ Rochester…played 66 games with Brampton (OHL) in 2009-10, earning 7-16=23 points with 88 PIM…led Brampton in PPG (7) and finished tied for second in appearances…also paced team defensemen in goals while ranking second in assists and points…scored 2-4=6 points in seven OHL Playoff games before joining Manitoba (AHL)…made his AHL debut in Manitoba’s regular season finale on Apr. 10 vs. Peoria and went on to play six Calder Cup Playoff games…in his first season of major junior with Brampton in 2008-09, finished third among team defensemen in scoring with 3-20=23 points, a +21 rating and 81 PIM in 63 games…helped the Battalion advance to the OHL Final in which the club fell to Windsor in five games…in 21 postseason appearances, collected five assists with 37 PIM…recorded a career-high three assists (0-3=3) on two separate occasions: Nov. 9 vs. Belleville and Jan. 8 vs. Sudbury.