Stewart cleared waivers Thursday and will be reassigned to AHL Lehigh Valley.
Stewart's demotion was expected as long as he went unclaimed off the waiver wire. Considering the winger managed just one helper in 16 games this year and averaged a meager 7:47 of ice time, it shouldn't come as a shock to see him land in the minors. If he can rediscover his game, the Toronto native could eventually make his way back to Philadelphia this season.
Stewart (illness) has been placed on waivers.
Stewart seems likely to hang around with the Flyers for at least Wednesday's game against the Blues, with no other options available on the Flyers' current rosters. After that, the team is expected to recall Joel Farabee again, potentially bumping Stewart out of the lineup yet again.
Stewart (illness) isn't in the lineup for Monday's game against Boston per the NHL's official media site.
Stewart has been dealing with an illness since Friday and will miss his second straight contest battling the ailment. In his stead, recent call-up Connor Bunnaman will draw into the lineup as the team's fourth-line center.
Stewart (illness) will miss Saturday's game against the Lightning, Ed Barkowitz of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Stewart was able to participate in morning skate but isn't feeling well enough to give it a go. His next chance to rejoin the lineup will come Monday against Boston.
Stewart didn't practice with the team Friday due to illness, Bill Meltzer of NHL.com reports.
Stewart's status for Saturday's matchup with Tampa Bay should be considered questionable at this point. If the winger is unable to suit up, David Kase figures to slot into his fourth-line role.
Stewart has been a healthy scratch in four of the last five games for the Flyers.
The veteran wing recorded seven PIM, which includes a fighting major, against the Ducks on Dec. 17, and since then, he's only played in one of the past five games. Stewart will probably have to prove he can supply more than PIM in order to return to the lineup. Stewart has no goals with one assist, a minus-6 rating and 21 PIM in 14 games this season.
Stewart posted seven PIM in a 4-1 victory over the Ducks on Tuesday.
The veteran forward committed a hooking penalty and a fighting major. Stewart has 21 PIM with one assist and no goals in 13 games this season.
Stewart has one assist with a minus-2 rating, 12 PIM and 17 hits in nine games this season.
The 32-year-old can supply plenty of hits and PIM when he plays, but that's not often enough for most owners. He hasn't played more than 54 games in a season since 2016-17, and owners shouldn't expect that to change with the Flyers this season.
Stewart has one assist with a minus-2 rating, 12 PIM and 16 hits in eight games this season.
The 32-year-old is known for his physicality, which he's taken to another level this season -- returning to his younger form. Stewart is averaging 2.0 hits per game this season, which he's never done during his career.
Stewart has one assist with a plus-2 rating and five PIM in four games this season.
Considering he's been with the Flyers on a full-time basis for a mere 10 days, that's not bad at all. In the early going, he appears to be back to his 2016-17 form when he recorded 94 PIM. However, outside of maybe penalty minutes, Stewart doesn't excel in any particular category, making him hard to roster in any format. In his last full NHL season, Stewart posted 10 goals and 16 points with a minus-5 rating and 27 PIM in 54 games during 2017-18.
Stewart signed a one-year, one-way contract with Philadelphia on Tuesday.
Stewart attended Philadelphia's training camp on a professional tryout agreement, but was unable to land a deal prior to the start of the regular season. The Flyers evidently liked what they saw in terms of the winger's size and veteran leadership during camp, which led to them coming to terms with the 31-year-old less than two weeks into the campaign. Stewart should be a solid rotational option for Philadelphia in 2019-20, but he won't be worth roster consideration in fantasy circles.
Stewart, who was attending Philadelphia's training camp on a professional tryout agreement, did not make the team's final roster.
Stewart hasn't appeared in an NHL game since 2017-18 when he notched 16 points in 54 games split between Calgary and Minnesota. The 31-year-old vet will likely either have to settle for a two-way deal in North America or head overseas to continue his playing career.
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.
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