TSN "Carl Gunnarsson is staying in St. Louis. The deal works out to an average annual value of $2.9 million a season. A 29-year-old native of Orebro, Sweden, Gunnarsson is in his seventh National Hockey League season and second with the Blues. Taken in the seventh round of the 2007 NHL Entry..." March 12
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Blues defenseman Carl Gunnarsson received the green light Monday. The Blues hope that his arrival will help turn off the yellow light in the defensive zone. Gunnarsson, whom the Blues acquired from Toronto in a trade for Roman Polak last June, could be soon making his Blues debut. After having..." October 15
Toronto Star "Leafs goalie Jonathan Bernier and defenceman Carl Gunnarsson are expected to fully recover in time for training camp in September after off-season surgery. Bernier was treated for a sports hernia, which put him on the injured list twice, while Gunnarsson had repairs done to a hip that has..." May 12
Carl Gunnarsson is to undergo an MRI for his shoulder injury; David Clarkson a CT scan on foot after a blocking shot vs. NYR.
Sportsnet "The Toronto Maple Leafs re-signed defenceman Carl Gunnarsson to a three-year, $9.45-million deal Monday, according to Hockey Central insider Nick Kypreos. Gunnarsson, who was a restricted free agent, has been a staple on the Leafs’ top defensive pair the last two seasons. The 26-year-old..." July 22
Toronto Sun "Carl Gunnarsson’s road to recovery did not take him down here to Tobacco Road. While the Leafs were facing off against the Carolina Hurricanes at the PNC Arena on Thursday night, the young defenceman was left behind in Toronto in order to undergo physical therapy. According to coach Randy..." February 15