Oct 23, 2012, 10:46 AM EDT
MacArthur, 27, has spent the last two seasons with the Leafs after breaking in with Buffalo in 2006 (oh yeah, there was also a brief 21-game sojourn with the Atlanta Thrashers in there.)
The left winger posted career-highs with Toronto in 2010-11, appearing in all 82 games while registering 21G-41A-62PTS, finishing second on the team in scoring.
Last year, MacArthur’s point production dropped off (to 43), but he still managed his second consecutive 20-goal campaign.
On Monday, Crimmitschau saw both Stewart and Simmonds leave the team to sign with Czech Extraliga squad HC Liberec.
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