Brown was shipped back down to AHL Charlotte on Friday, Lance Hornby of The Toronto Sun reports. Brown was an unused depth option for the Eastern Conference finals, but figures to get the opportunity to play versus AHL Toronto in the Calder Cup playoffs. The center didn't appear in any regular-season NHL contests this year, and hasn't since 2016-17, which could have him looking for a new home this summer. He'll become an unrestricted free agent July 1.
Brown was reassigned to AHL Charlotte on Monday. The 26-year-old forward was brought to the big club as some extra insurance with a few lingering injuries on the roster. It appears that the Hurricanes will be at full strength though, as Brown will temporarily head back to the minors.
Brown, as expected, was promoted from AHL Charlotte on Monday, TSN reports. Brown figures to continue bouncing between leagues as an emergency recall, especially if he remains an observer in the press box. The natural center is likely a long shot to slot into the lineup, though Jordan Matrinook's lingering injury concerns will likely see Brown slot into the fourth line at practice.
Brown was reassigned to AHL Charlotte on Sunday. Brown continues to serve in an emergency depth capacity for the Hurricanes, which means he has to get sent down every time he sits out as a healthy scratch. Look for Brown to rejoin the big club's roster ahead of Game 3.
Brown was sent down to AHL Charlotte on Thursday, TSN reports. This demotion of Brown is likely a paper transaction, as he was probably called up under emergency conditions, which means the Hurricanes are required to send him down since he sat as a healthy scratch for Game 1. Look for Brown to make his way back onto the roster ahead of Game 2 versus the Bruins on Sunday in order to serve as an emergency depth option.
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