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  • ron clark
    April 19, 2013 - 23:04

    kevin enjoyed germany and will do well, sorry to see the ice caps have a rough season.

  • Bill R
    February 12, 2013 - 08:43

    Sad news for our team. He will be missed. He always gave 100%. The team has had little inspiration this year. Out three smallest players were often the ones to "stir things up". We've missed King & Albert, now Clarke! He never backed down and not only played well, he often drew the other team into taking a penalty. I've attended most games and many times shook my head when I felt he should have been recognized as the Hardest Working Player. Thank you for your efforts and I wish him well.

  • MAXNL
    February 12, 2013 - 08:13

    So, we're supposed to believe that if the team was sailing along in first place, and Clark was getting all the ice time he could handle, he'd still be leaving for Germany. Yeah, right. This is a bad sign. This group has totally quit and plays with no emotion whatsoever. It comes straight from the coach. Fully expecting the Jets to make a change in the off season.

    • RJ
      February 12, 2013 - 08:45

      Any player who has the chance to go play in Europe or stay in AHL...hmmmm no brainer!

    • RJ
      February 12, 2013 - 08:45

      Any player who has the chance to go play in Europe or stay in AHL...hmmmm no brainer!

  • Earl
    February 12, 2013 - 07:34

    Kevin Clark was one of the few players on the team who you could see was giving 100% every shift, every game. He played like he was six inches taller and twenty pounds heavier, and it's sad to see that kind of grit and heart leave the roster. Every time he was on the ice you had the feeling like the team was one good play, one hustle, one check away from a turning point. That said, I wish him all the best.