Entering his fourth season in Kalamazoo and his seventh overall in his professional career, Clarke was the only member of the K-Wings to play in all 72 games during the 2012-13 season. Clarke’s consistency and accountability was a factor for K-Wings last season as the forwards 55 total points (19 goals, 36 assists) led the team in scoring.
In seven pro seasons, Clarke has been able to find his way to the scoring ledger, earning at least 44 points or better in six of his seven campaigns.
The native of Peterborough, Ontario began his pro career with the Wheeling Nailers during the 2007-08 season. Before turning pro, Clarke split his collegiate career playing two seasons at Niagara University and two years with Robert Morris University.