Stefan Meyer

LW / Calgary Flames / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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  • Flames' Assign Meyer

    News: Stefan Meyer was assigned to Farjestad BK of the Swedish Elite League on Monday, Calgary's official Twitter reports.
    Analysis: Stefan Meyer's off to Sweden after six pointless games with AHL Abbotsford.
  • Flames' Meyer Clears Waivers

    News: Meyer cleared waivers Tuesday, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports.
    Analysis: Meyer will report to AHL Abbotsford. The Flames will likely keep him in the minors for a while to get him some playing time, but do not be surprised to see Meyer back in Calgary later in the season.
  • Flames Place Meyer on Waivers

    News: The Flames placed Meyer on waivers Monday, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports.
    Analysis: Meyer made his NHL debut earlier this season, but he recorded just two assists in 16 games with the Flames this season.
  • Meyer Replaces Conroy on Flames' Fourth Line

    News: Meyer replaced Craig Conroy on the Flames' fourth line in practice Thursday, the Calgary Herald reports.
    Analysis: Meyer has just one assist in 12 games so far this year, and his active status remains in flux. The scoring opportunities will remain few and far between no matter who mans the Flames' fourth line, however.
  • Meyer Gets First NHL Point for the Flames

    News: Meyer's assist on Craig Conroy's goal Sunday was his first NHL point.
    Analysis: Meyer is playing on the Flames' fourth line with Craig Conroy and Tim Jackman, so scoring opportunities are pretty few and far between for him.
  • Meyer Could Make Flames' Opening Roster

    News: Meyer will probably make the Flames' opening roster, the Calgary Herald reports, thanks to the slew of injuries suffered in training camp and the preseason.
    Analysis: Meyer will likely center the fourth line, which is normally plenty enough to dissuade you from owning him. Factor in that he's with the Flames and their defense-first system, and he's further safe to avoid.
  • Meyer, Coyotes come to terms

    News: The Phoenix Coyotes have signed left wing Stefan Meyer to a one-year contract. The 23-year-old Meyer was acquired on June 19 from the Florida Panthers for the rights to center Steven Reinprecht.
    Analysis: Meyer had 18 goals and 22 assists in 65 games last season with Rochester of the AHL. He played in four games for the Panthers during the 2007-08 season. Meyer is a 2003 second-round pick that has never really matured into anything more than a career minor leaguer. He might get a chance with the Coyotes but can be ignored in most Fantasy formats Draft Day.
  • Meyer gets fresh start with Coyotes

    News: The Phoenix Coyotes have traded the rights to center Steven Reinprecht to Florida for left wing Stefan Meyer. The Coyotes are in bankruptcy proceedings and made the deal because they did not plan to re-sign Reinprecht, a pending unrestricted free agent.
    Analysis: The 23-year-old Meyer appeared in four games for the Panthers in 2007-08. He spent all of last season in the AHL, where he recorded 18 goals and 40 points in 65 games. Meyer is a 2003 second-round pick that has never really matured into anything more than a career minor leaguer. He might get a chance with the Coyotes but can be ignored in most Fantasy formats Draft Day.
  • Panthers cut 23 from camp

    News: The Panthers cut the following players from their camp on Sunday: G Chris Beckford-Tseu, RW Michal Repik, C David Brine, LW Kenndal McArdle, C Janis Sprukts, LW Stefan Meyer, LW Mike Duco, D Keaton Ellerby, D Peter Aston, RW Brady Calla, D Rory Fitzpatrick, G David Shantz, LW Andrew Sweetland, D Steve MacIntyre, RW Drew Larman, D Franklin MacDonald, D Jordan Henry, D Jason Garrison, RW Dan Collins, D James DeLory, D Michael Caruso, D Luke Beaverson and G Tyler Plante.
    Analysis: None of these players have any Fantasy value, so continue to ignore them in all Fantasy formats.
  • Panthers call up rookie Meyer

    News: The Florida Panthers called up rookie left wing Stefan Meyer from Rochester on Wednesday to replace Stephen Weiss, whose availability for Florida's game with Washington on Friday night remains unknown because of the flu.
    Analysis: Meyer is only worth a look in the deepest of Fantasy leagues when active in the NHL. But he is the type of player who will bounce back-and-forth between the pros and minors all season.
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