Mike Brown

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

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    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      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.

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      Sharks' Mike Brown: Throws eight hits in win

      Brown had eight hits and a pair of shots in Saturday's win over the Ducks. Brown isn't a big fantasy presence by any stretch, but if you're rostering him your league probably scores penalty minutes and hits. No penalty minutes to be had here, but eight hits is a a huge game in that department.

    • Securing Ice Time Could Be Hard For Sharks' Brown

      News: Mike Brown could have difficulty cracking the lineup on a regular basis this season, CSN Bay Area's Kevin Kurz reports.
      Analysis: The Sharks missed the toughness and grinding ability last season from Raffi Torres and Mike Brown, both of whom missed significant time with injury, but neither player is an ideal fit for new coach Peter DeBoer, who prefers to ice four skilled lines with scoring ability. With only 31 points in 349 career games, Brown doesn't really fit that profile, and could spend a lot of time in the press box as a result.
    • Sharks' Brown To Play Friday

      News: Mike Brown (leg) will join the lineup Friday against the Coyotes, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
      Analysis: Mike Brown will play for the first time since Dec. 9 in his return from a fractured right fibula. He's set to skate on the fourth line next to Barclay Goodrow and Ben Smith.
    • Sharks Activate Brown From IR

      News: Mike Brown (leg) was activated from injured reserve Thursday.
      Analysis: Coach Todd McLellan indicated Wednesday that Mike Brown could make his return to the lineup over the weekend, and the winger's activation only adds further credence to that idea. Look for him to make his first appearance since Dec. 9 in either of the Sharks' back-to-back contests against the Coyotes on Friday or Saturday.
    • Sharks' Brown Could Be Close To Playing

      News: Mike Brown (leg) skated as an extra on the fourth line during Wednesday's practice, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
      Analysis: Coach Todd McLellan said that Mike Brown wouldn't be ready to play Wednesday against the Avalanche, but with another practice, the winger might be cleared to return over the weekend. Brown has been sidelined since Dec. 9 with a broken fibula.
    • Sharks' Brown Still Far Off Return

      News: Mike Brown (leg) continued to skate Saturday morning, but still remains far off from returning to game action, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
      Analysis: Mike Brown has been slow to heal since breaking a bone in his leg in December. The Sharks don't seem to be counting on him to return to the lineup before the end of the regular season.
    • Sharks' Brown Progressing

      News: Mike Brown (leg) practiced Monday, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
      Analysis: There had been fears that Mike Brown, who suffered a broken bone in his right leg back on Dec. 9, might not play again this season, but Monday's report suggests that the fourth-liner could see action as the Sharks' upcoming seven-game road trip progresses.
    • Sharks' Brown Looking Likely To Miss Rest Of Year

      News: Coach Todd McLellan said Wednesday that it's looking "bleaker and bleaker" that Mike Brown (leg) will return this season, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
      Analysis: Mike Brown has been able to skate on his own in recent weeks, but he still has yet to take part in any team activity since suffering a broken bone in his right leg Dec. 9. The Sharks will continue to monitor him regularly in the hope he notices some more healing before the season ends, but the team doesn't appear to be counting on him for support down the stretch. The 29-year-old has appeared in just eight games this season.
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