Andrew MacDonald

#47 D / Calgary Flames / EXP: YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 204 lb Age: 32 College: None

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    Flames' Andrew MacDonald: Inks PTO with Calgary

    Andrew MacDonald will attend the Calgary Flames' training camp on a professional tryout agreement.MacDonald appeared in 47 games with the Flyers last season, tallying nine assists while posting a minus-5 rating. Philadelphia put the 32-year-old on unconditional waivers for the purpose of terminating his contract in June, but Calgary evidently believes he may still have something left in the tank. However, he should still be considered a longshot to land a spot on the Flames' Opening Night roster, and even if he's able to do so, MacDonald will have little to no fantasy value in 2019-20.

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    Andrew MacDonald: Lands on unconditional waivers

    The Flyers placed Andrew MacDonald on unconditional waivers Saturday for the purpose of terminating his contract with the club.MacDonald took the ice for just 47 games this season and tallied just nine points after posting 21 points over 66 contests in 2017-18. He was scheduled to remain under contract with the club for one more season, but it appears the veteran has been handed his walking papers early.

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    Flyers' Andrew MacDonald: Dresses for only 47 games

    Andrew MacDonald didn't score a goal and recorded nine points with a minus-5 rating and 18 PIM in 47 games this season.Three of those assists actually came in his final 14 games, but MacDonald still wasn't consistently in the Philadelphia Flyers' lineup, especially down the stretch. He played just five games after March 1. MacDonald has one year remaining on his contract, and with a lot of young defensemen in Philadelphia, it will be interesting to see how much he plays next season.

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    Flyers' Andrew MacDonald: Still sitting in press box

    Andrew MacDonald has remained out of the lineup as a healthy scratch for the last two weeks.The 32-year-old defenseman hasn't dressed for a game since March 19. With the Philadelphia Flyers eliminated from the playoffs, there isn't much motivation to re-insert MacDonald back into the lineup during this final week. More than likely, the Flyers will let their young defensemen gain more experience this final week. MacDonald has zero goals and nine points in 47 games this season.

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    Flyers' Andrew MacDonald: Sits as healthy scratch

    Andrew MacDonald sat as a healthy scratch during the 3-1 victory against the Blackhawks on Thursday.The Philadelphia Flyers elected to insert 22-year-old defenseman Philippe Myers back into the lineup. Philadelphia is clinging to its playoff hopes, so if at any point the Flyers coaching staff decides MacDonald is again the better option to help the team win that night, he could quickly return to the lineup. However, if the Flyers fall any further back in the race, it wouldn't at all be a surprise to see Philadelphia let the 22-year-old receive NHL playing time over the veteran MacDonald. The 32-year-old has no goals and nine assists in 47 games this season.

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    Flyers' Andrew MacDonald: Still searching for first goal

    Andrew MacDonald has nine assists but hasn't scored a goal in 45 games this season.In every one of his NHL seasons in which he's dressed for more than 50 games, MacDonald has scored at least twice. Still looking for that first goal of 2018-19, he'll need a pair to keep that streak alive if he plays another five games. Because of the lack of scoring, MacDonald has posted his worst points-per-game average since 2009-10. He also has a minus-5 rating, 18 PIM, 91 blocks and 28 hits this season.

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    Flyers' Andrew MacDonald: Not contributing much

    Andrew MacDonald has no points and a minus-4 rating in the last six games.The 32-year-old defenseman had a seven-block game on Feb. 17, but outside of that, he's not contributing much value anywhere. Unless owners need a block specialist -- he's averaging 2.0 blocks per game over the last five contests -- MacDonald can be safely left on the waiver wire. He has no goals and eight points with a minus-7 rating, 16 PIM, 36 shots and 27 hits in 43 games this season.

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    Flyers' Andrew MacDonald: Leads team in blocks

    Andrew MacDonald failed to find the net on either of his two shots on goal but paced the Philadelphia Flyers with seven blocked shots across 16:12 of ice time Sunday in a 3-1 victory over the Red Wings.MacDonald's activity on the defensive end helped atone for a terrible turnover in the first period that afforded the Wings' Anthony Mantha a clear shot on goal. Fortunately, Mantha couldn't capitalize, and MacDonald later saved the Flyers from letting in another goal by denying a Shane Larkin attempt with one of his blocks. With only eight points in 38 games this season, MacDonald has been a disappointment offensively, but his 81 blocks have at least made him a one-category standout.

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    Flyers' Andrew MacDonald: Remains goalless

    Andrew MacDonald is still waiting for his first goal this season and has just one assist in the last 11 games.The veteran defenseman has never been a prolific scorer, but after a decent stat line in 2017-18 -- six goals, 21 points and a plus-8 rating -- MacDonald has just six assists and a minus-2 rating in 32 games this season. He is on pace to surpass his totals in the hits and blocks categories, but MacDonald is also on track to play more games. If he misses any games down the stretch, he may struggle to beat any of his 2017-18 totals.

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    Flyers' Andrew MacDonald: Quiet in return to lineup

    Andrew MacDonald recorded zero points, no shots and three blocks against Minnesota on Monday.It was an uninspired return to the lineup for MacDonald, who has missed six games as a result of a lower-body injury. The defenseman is still looking for his first goal of the year and has just five helpers in 25 appearances, so fantasy owners probably shouldn't be banking on him to start lighting the lamp.