Sheldon Brookbank

D / Anaheim Ducks / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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  • Ducks Release Brookbank

    News: Sheldon Brookbank was released by the Ducks from his professional tryout contract Monday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
    Analysis: Sheldon Brookbank hadn't logged any minutes in the preseason, so the move doesn't come as much of a surprise. The veteran will likely land an AHL contract somewhere else.
  • Flames Let Brookbank Walk

    News: Sheldon Brookbank was released by the Flames from his professional tryout contract on Wednesday.
    Analysis: With Noah Yonkman also released Wednesday, only Raphael Diaz remains among the PTOs who were attempting to claim a role as the Flames' seventh defenseman. Sheldon Brookbank will more than likely try to land an AHL deal somewhere.
  • Flames Invite Brookbank To Training Camp

    News: The Flames have extended a tryout to Sheldon Brookbank at their training camp in the fall, the Calgary Sun reports.
    Analysis: Sheldon Brookbank spent the past two seasons with the Blackhawks, and collected two goals and five assists in 48 games last season. He will get a shot at the sixth or seventh defenseman spot, and his experience may give him an early edge.
  • Blackhawks' Brookbank A Scratch For Game 7

    News: Sheldon Brookbank is a healthy scratch for Sunday's Game 7 against the Kings, WGN Radio reports.
    Analysis: Sheldon Brookbank skated in Game 6 for the first time in the series, logging just over five minutes of ice time. It was speculated that he could be in the lineup for Game 7 after Kris Versteeg's disappointing Game 6 performance, but it appears coach Joel Quinneville has opted to stick with Versteeg.
  • Hawks' Brookbank Sees Ice In Game 6

    News: Sheldon Brookbank made his first appearance in the Stanley Cup Western Conference finals in Game 6 in the Blackhawks' 4-3 win over the Kings on Friday night, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
    Analysis: He last played against the Wild in Game 6 in the previous series, which the Hawks won 2-1 in overtime to clinch the series. While Sheldon Brookbank only skated for a little more than five minutes, he gave a blow to the other defensemen. The Hawks are now 5-1 when he is in the lineup. Brookbank suited up instead of Kris Versteeg, who was benched for most of Game 5. Brookbank could very well be back in the lineup for Game 7 against the Kings.
  • Hawks' Brookbank Will Play Monday

    News: Sheldon Brookbank will be in the lineup for Monday's Game 3 against the Blues, reports.
    Analysis: With fellow defenseman Brent Seabrook suspended for three games for his Game 2 hit on Blues captain David Backes, Sheldon Brookbank will take his place on the blue line. Brookbank is expected to skate on the third pairing with Nick Leddy, and should play in games four and five as well since Seabrook still won't be available.
  • Hawks' Brookbank Not Playing Every Night

    News: Sheldon Brookbank has one goal and three assists in 32 games at the Olympic break.
    Analysis: Sheldon Brookbank played a couple games as a forward earlier in the year, but it looks like he's returned to skating as a bottom pairing defenseman for the time being. He'll continue to split time with Michal Rozsival moving forward.
  • Hawks' Brookbank In The Lineup Saturday Night

    News: Sheldon Brookbank will return to the lineup on Saturday night against the Blues after being a scratch for the last three games, CSN Chicago reports.
    Analysis: Sheldon Brookbank will be the sixth defenseman for the night. He actually has skated in about as many games as last season. Saturday's game will be his 24th after skating in 26 games for the Blackhawks in the lockout season. Brookbank has a goal and two assists along with 31 penalty minutes and 39 hits heading into the contest against the Blues.
  • Brookbank To Make Season Debut With 'Hawks

    News: Sheldon Brookbank will play in his first game of the season with the Blackhawks on Wednesday against the Blues, the Chicago Tribune's Chris Kuc reports.
    Analysis: Sheldon Brookbank played in 26 games for the Blackhawks last season, scoring one goal and finishing with 21 penalty minutes. He'll provide depth on the blue line for the Blackhawks for now.
  • Hawks' Brookbank Shows Rust In Game 4 Return

    News: Sheldon Brookbank made his first appearance since April 27 on Thursday and it showed as he was a minus-2 in Game 4 of the Blackhawks' 3-2 victory over the Kings in the Western Conference final.
    Analysis: Sheldon Brookbank had only approximately seven minutes of ice time and most of it came in the first half of the game. He allowed Dustin Penner to park in front of Blackhawks goalie Cory Crawford and score the Kings' second goal of the game. After that, Brookbank saw very little ice time. With Duncan Keith returning for Game 5 after the one-game suspension, Brookbank will most likely be wearing a suit Saturday night.
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