Stewart signed a professional tryout offer with the Flyers on Wednesday.
Stewart signed a one-year contract with HC Slovan Bratislava of the KHL ahead of the 2018-19 campaign, but he ultimately backed out of the deal citing "serious family problems." The 31-year-old winger, who notched 16 points in 54 games split between the Flames and Wild in 2017-18, will now attempt to make an NHL comeback. Stewart should be considered a longshot to make Philadelphia's roster, but it's possible new head coach Alain Vigneault will be intrigued by his gritty nature.
Stewart did not end up reporting to HC Slovan Bratislava (KHL) to honor his one-year contract, citing "serious family problems," Czech news source Hokej.cz reports.
It appears that Stewart has played his last game of competitive hockey. The NHL journeyman compiled 10 goals and six assists over 54 games between the Wild and Flames in 2017-18.
Stewart has joined HC Slovan Bratislava (KHL) on a one-year deal, the team announced Wednesday.
Stewart logged 54 games split between the Wild and Flames last season, in which he tallied 10 goals and six helpers. The winger will make his first foray into the KHL, having previously spent time in Germany and the Czech Republic during the 2012-13 lockout. This could mark the end of the veteran's NHL career, which would see him retire having tallied 160 goals, 161 assists and 729 PIM in 652 outings.
Stewart appeared in 54 total games in 2017-18 playing for both Minnesota and Calgary, scoring 16 points (10 goals, six assists) while recording 27 PIM and 48 hits.
With Calgary, the 30-year-old was able to score a goal and two assists in seven games, but he was also a healthy scratch for eight of 15 contests to close the season. Stewart is set to be an unrestricted free agent, and if he doesn't return to Calgary, he should be able to find a bottom-six forward role somewhere in the league.
Stewart registered his first goal as a member of the Flames in Thursday's clash with Columbus.
Stewart started the 2017-18 strong, going so far as to earn time on Minnesota's top line. An extended slump saw him hit the trade block and he was shipped off to Calgary. The winger appears to have found his scoring touch with one goal and two helpers in his last four contests. If he continue to perform well down the stretch, the 2006 first-round pick could offer some decent mid-range value in certain formats.
Stewart was claimed off waivers by the Stars on Monday, Pierre LeBrun of TSN reports.
Stewart played in a mere five of the Wild's previous 15 outings, so it wasn't a shock to see him land on waivers. Instead of heading to AHL Iowa, the winger will now join the Flames, where he will likely challenge Curtis Lazar and Troy Brouwer for ice time. With 13 points in 47 outings, the 29-year-old should be capable of recording a 10th consecutive 20-plus point campaign.
Stewart was placed on waivers by Minnesota on Sunday, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.
After Minnesota was unable to facilitate a deal for Stewart, it resorted to waiving the veteran in order to maintain flexibility with two-way players that aren't on the roster at the moment, such as Luke Kunin. Stewart has played in 47 games this season and scored nine goals, and is surprisingly good at shootouts -- he's potted six of his last seven attempts in the overtime skills competition. It would be rather surprising to not see him get claimed by an NHL team.
Stewart (illness) will be a healthy scratch against the Coyotes on Thursday, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
Stewart missed practice Wednesday due to illness and while he appears to be healthy enough to play, coach Bruce Boudreau will once again leave the winger out of the lineup. On the year, the Toronto native has played in a mere 45 outings in which he has been limited to 12 points, 57 shots and 37 hits. A fast start to the season saw Stewart briefly assigned to the top line, but he now is struggling just to be on the bench.
Stewart didn't practice Wednesday due to an illness, Chad Graff of The Athletic Minnesota reports.
Stewart has been a healthy scratch for four of the Wild's last seven games, so most fantasy owners shouldn't need to concern themselves with his status for Thursday's matchup with the Coyotes. Minnesota should release an update on the 30-year-old winger's status once he's able to return to practice or game action.
Stewart did not play in Thursday's win over Buffalo due to a coach's decision.
He was a healthy scratch as he's likely the odd man out with the recent return of Nino Niederreiter and Zach Parise from injury. It's possible the Wild rotate the forward who sits out each night, but either way Stewart can't be counted on for ice time after his recent struggles. He has just two goals and four points in his last 32 games.
Stewart snagged a goal in Tuesday's 6-4 thriller versus the Senators.
Stewart found some open ice in the slot, took a pass from Joel Eriksson Ek and wristed it past netminder Craig Anderson. The tally ended an eight-game goal drought for Stewart, as he recorded his eighth of the season. The winger has had his ups and downs throughout the year, but seems to have found some consistency of late, with two points in his previous three outings.
Stewart was a healthy scratch in Monday's loss to New Jersey
After scoring six goals with two assists in his first six games, Stewart has gone ice cold with no points and just 15 shots on goal in his last 13 games. He'll likely get back into the mix, but he may stick on the bench or see limited ice time in the near term with Charlie Coyle back from a broken leg.
Stewart scored two goals with five shots on goal in Thursday's win over Chicago.
Stewart's hot start to the season continues as he has four goals and an assist in three games. With injuries to several forwards, the Wild are going to continue to rely on him taking shots.
Stewart scored the game-tying goal in the third period and assisted on another in Thursday's loss to the Red Wings.
A solid start for Stewart, who showed some great patience to outwait Jimmy Howard and bury a beauty. He only logged 11:34 of ice time in the loss, but the positive takeaway is the chemistry that was on display between him and youngster Joel Eriksson Ek. Stewart isn't a major offensive force, but his ability to produce in a bottom-six role combined with his quality PIM totals make him a serviceable fantasy option in deeper leagues.
Stewart (illness) is likely to play Saturday against the Coyotes.
Stewart has missed Minnesota's last two games, but you can expect him to suit up for the Wild in their regular-season finale. While Stewart only has 13 goals and eight assists in 78 games this season, the Coyotes have allowed 3.15 goals and 34.0 shots on net per game, so it's a pretty favorable matchup.
Stewart (illness) won't play Thursday against the Avalanche, Michael Russo of the Star Tribune reports.
The heady veteran will look to Saturday's game in Arizona as his last chance to return in the regular season.
Stewart came down with an illness Wednesday, per Wild coach Bruce Boudreau.
There has been nothing to suggest that Stewart's illness is anything out of the ordinary, but he'll presumably be reevaluated ahead of Thursday's road contest in Colorado. The bottom-six winger has played well in limited action, notching 13 goals and eight assists while averaging 10:23 of ice time over 78 games. Converting shots at a rate of 16.3 percent has certainly given Stewart a lift this campaign.
Stewart dished out a pair of helpers in Thursday's 5-1 win over Ottawa.
Both of Stewart's assists came on goals by Nino Niederreiter, who snapped a 16-game drought in this one. Stewart came in with just two points in his previous 14 games, but his Tuesday fight against Tom Wilson seems to have lit a fire under the power forward.
Stewart logged just 6:58 of ice time during Thursday's loss to Philadelphia.
At this stage of his career, Stewart's fantasy value is tied to his contributions in the PIM column. He received a fighting major in each of his previous two outings, and with 89 PIM for the year, the veteran is doing his part there. However, in most seasonal leagues, it's difficult to roster him because of his lack of offensive production (13 goals and 19 points). Still, if you need a boost in PIM down the stretch drive, Stewart is a potential grab.
Stewart potted his eighth goal of the season in Saturday's 5-4 win against the Stars.
Stewart bagged five goals in December, but he was scoreless in five games in January until Saturday's tally. He is a cheap source of penalty minutes for fantasy owners in deeper leagues, but don't expect much in the way of offensive production.
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