Mike Brown

#13 RW / San Jose Sharks / EXP: 8YRS Height: 5-11 Weight: 202 lb Age: 30 College: Michigan

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    Canadiens' Mike Brown: Plays Saturday

    Brown (upper body) had two hits, two blocked shots and two shots on goal in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Rangers. He had left the Habs' previous game due to the injury. Montreal was officially eliminated from the playoffs with the loss, so we'll see if that reality has any impact on how head coach Michel Therrien chooses to use his vetarans vis-a-vis the young forwards on the roster. Brown has been in the active lineup most nights and gives an honest effort, which carries some weight with the coach. If he continues to get ice time and fantasy owners can use Brown's style -- the nine-year veteran has 23 PIM and 51 hits in 12 games with Montreal -- you'll get someone who doesn't hold back and is motivated to play for his next contract.

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    Canadiens' Mike Brown: Dealing with upper-body injury

    Brown left Thursday night's game against Detroit early with an upper-body injury, Hockey Inside Out reports. Brown took part in Friday's optional practice, but his status for Saturday's game against the Rangers has not been confirmed. The 30-year-old, who was the first star in Tuesday's win over the Ducks, brings more value in PIM. Since joining the Habs 11 games ago, Brown has 23 minutes in penalties.

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    Canadiens' Mike Brown: Has ultra-rare multi-point game

    Brown scored a goal and added an assist in just 7:42 on the ice in Tuesday's 4-3 win over the Ducks. Well, that's uncommon, to say the least. Brown had only three points in 53 games coming into Tuesday's action, but if you somehow bet the house on him scoring his second goal of the year -- not to mention another point to boot -- you'd have won a whole row of mansions. The 36-year-old enforcer's fantasy value is typically limited to hits and PIM, and he doesn't even rack up too many of those anymore.

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    Canadiens' Mike Brown: Returns to lineup

    Brown returned to the Montreal lineup Thursday after being a healthy scratch Wednesday night. He had five hits and two penalty minutes in 9:10 of ice time in a 3-2 loss to Los Angeles. Knowing the Kings like to he physical, head coach Michel Therrien activated Brown over Sven Andrighetto. In the two games he's been active since the Canadiens claimed him off waivers, Brown has eight hits.

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    Canadiens' Mike Brown: Makes debut with Montreal

    Brown made his Montreal debut on Monday, skating 11:30 on the fourth line in a 6-2 loss to San Jose. Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin admitted he's been unhappy with the way the team has been pushed around this season and the acquisition of Brown should help remedy that. Brown, who had three hits Monday, has 751 penalty minutes in 394 career games.

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    Canadiens' Mike Brown: Suiting up Monday

    Brown, who was claimed off waivers by Montreal on Monday, practiced with the team and is expected to be in the lineup Monday night when the Habs play at San Jose, Brown's former team, the Montreal Gazette reports. Brown skated on the right wing of the fourth line, along with Michael McCarron at center and Torrey Mitchell at left wing during the team's morning skate. Brown, who had three points in 44 games for the Sharks this year, is noted for his belligerence and brings some much-needed size to Montreal's corps of forwards.

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    Canadiens' Mike Brown: Claimed from Sharks

    Brown was claimed off waivers from the Sharks by Montreal on Monday, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports. The enforcer had stuck around in San Jose for a while, but it seems to be time for the NHL's best mustache to move on to different pastures. We'll see if he gets opportunities to bring his PIM-and-hits combo to bear with Les Habs; if he does, owners in leagues that utilize those categories will be well served to pay attention.

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    Sharks' Mike Brown: Is a scratch Tuesday

    Brown will be scratched from the lineup Tuesday against Colorado, reports Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area. Brown will come out with Dainius Zubrus getting fully healthy. Brown's fantasy utility remains very limited. Even if you're just looking for someone who can deliver penalty minutes, there are likely better options out there. Brown isn't in the lineup consistently, and he's hardly on the ice enough to accumulate penalty minutes. Over the last eight games he's had a high of 7:16 in a game and has played as little as 3:18.

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    Sharks' Mike Brown: Will play Saturday

    Brown (undisclosed) will return to action Saturday against the Ducks, Curtis Pashelka of the San Jose Mercury News reports. Brown missed Thursday's game against the Panthers with an undisclosed injury, but has recovered from the ailment and will draw back into San Jose's lineup Saturday against Anaheim. He will likely slot in as a bottom-six forward for the Sharks on Saturday.

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    Sharks' Mike Brown: Appears unlikely to play Thursday

    Brown is dealing with an undisclosed injury, but Sharks head coach Peter DeBoer said he "should be fine for the weekend," with the team hosting the Ducks on Saturday, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports. Based on early talk from the bench boss about Brown's availability for the weekend and the team's decision to call up forwards Nikolay Goldobin and Micheal Haley, there is reason to believe that Brown will miss Thursday night's contest against the visiting Panthers.