Brodie has just two assists and 10 shots on goal in his last 11 appearances.
Brodie averaged 22:03 per game while Mark Giordano (hamstring) was out -- he had averaged just 19:57 per contest prior to his defense partner's injury. Despite the extra time, Brodie generated only two helpers, both in a Feb. 13 win over the Ducks. It's been a tough year for the 29-year-old, who has 16 points, 58 shots, 78 blocks and a plus-6 rating through 59 appearances overall.
Brodie recorded two assists and three blocked shots in Thursday's 6-0 win over the Ducks.
Brodie snapped a 13-game point drought with the two helpers -- an assist from a Feb. 6 loss to the Predators was taken away. The defenseman now has 16 points, 71 blocks and a plus-6 rating in 53 contests this year.
Brodie collected an assist and two shots on goal in Thursday's 3-2 loss to the Predators.
Brodie entered Thursday on a nine-game skid, but he quickly put that to an end with the secondary helper on Sam Bennett's first-period tally. In 49 contests, Brodie has 15 points, 50 shots and 62 blocked shots. He's only been useful to fantasy owners in deeper formats so far.
Brodie has gone without a point in his last seven games.
The defenseman has posted eight shots on goal, four blocked shots and an even plus-minus rating in that span. It's been a difficult year for Brodie, who has only 14 points, 46 shots on goal and 59 blocks through 46 appearances. That lack of offense makes the 29-year-old a non-factor in standard fantasy formats.
Brodie notched an assist in Tuesday's 2-1 win over the Blackhawks.
Brodie had the secondary helper on Elias Lindholm's first goal of the game, scored just 14 ticks into the second period. The 29-year-old blueliner may be emerging from his cold play -- he's grabbed four assists in his last five outings. Brodie has 14 points through 39 contests this season.
Brodie earned an assist, two blocked shots and two PIM in Sunday's 5-4 shootout win over the Wild.
Brodie started the game alongside Mark Giordano, but interim head coach Geoff Ward swapped Brodie and Rasmus Andersson during the contest. This allowed Brodie to assist on Michael Stone's third-period tally. The 29-year-old blueliner is up to 13 points, 55 blocked shots and 24 PIM in 38 games this season, noticeably below his usual 30-plus-points pace.
Brodie (illness) skated 19:20 in Thursday's 4-3 win over the Rangers.
Brodie posted one shot on goal and one blocked shot after missing Tuesday's game against the Blackhawks due to illness. He likely wasn't missed much by fantasy owners -- the 29-year-old has 12 points and a plus-5 rating through 37 games this year.
Brodie (illness) will return to action Thursday against the Rangers, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.
Brodie missed Tuesday's loss to Chicago due to an illness, but he was never expected to be sidelined for long. The 29-year-old will skate alongside Mark Giordano on the Flames' top pairing against New York.
Brodie (illness) was absent from warmups and won't play in Tuesday's game against the Blackhawks, Darren Haynes of The Athletic reports.
Rasmus Andersson will bump up to the top pairing in Brodie's place, and Michael Stone will enter the lineup. Brodie's a major loss to the team's blue line, as he's accrued 12 points through 36 games. He'll look to shake this illness for Thursday's matchup against the Rangers.
Brodie is under the weather and will be a game-time decision versus Chicago on Tuesday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.
Brodie registered just two points in his last 13 outings and has just one goal on the year. At this pace, the Ontario native could miss hitting the 30-point mark for a seventh straight season. If Brodie is unable to play Tuesday, Michael Stone would be the player to slot into the lineup.
Brodie registered two assists, two shots on goal and a plus-3 rating in Friday's 5-1 win over the Oilers.
Brodie's 11-game point drought came to an end in the contest. The blueliner had the secondary assist on tallies by Sean Monahan and Elias Lindholm in the second period. Brodie has struggled this season, with only 12 points in 35 contests. The 29-year-old has also added 35 shots, 48 blocked shots and 20 PIM over that span.
Brodie has no points, seven blocked shots, four shots on goal and a plus-2 rating through six December games.
The Flames have been better of late under interim head coach Geoff Ward, but Brodie hasn't followed the team's rise. He skated on the third pairing with Oliver Kylington in Saturday's 4-0 loss to the Hurricanes. Brodie has topped 30 points in each of the last six seasons, but with 10 points through 29 appearances in 2019-20, he'll need to up his production to get to that mark again.
Brodie scored his first goal of the season and added an assist in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime win over the Sabres.
In his second game back in the lineup, Brodie opened the scoring late in the first period when his point shot trickled through Linus Ullmark, then he helped set up Elias Lindholm for the winner in OT. Brodie seems to be OK after his five-game IR stint due to an as-yet undetermined cause, and on the year the veteran blueliner has 10 points in 23 games.
Brodie (undisclosed) paired with Mark Giordano during morning skate, implying he'll be activated from IR for Monday's game against the Penguins, Derek Wills of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.
After collapsing on the ice during practice on Nov. 14, Dr. Ian Auld relayed that it was more likely due to a fainting episode than a medical issue in the brain. The 29-year-old has been held out since then, but it appears he's received clearance to get back into the lineup. Brodie will look to build on the eight points he's recorded over the first 21 contests.
Brodie (undisclosed) will enter the lineup for Monday's game against Pittsburgh if he gains medical clearance from team doctors, Wes Gilbertson of the Calgary Sun reports.
Brodie joined the team on their road trip Thursday, and suited up in Sunday's practice without restrictions. The 29-year-old has been out with the undisclosed issue since Nov. 16. Expect another update on Brodie's status prior to the game Monday, but all signs point to the blueliner returning to action sooner rather than later.
Brodie (undisclosed) will join the Flames in Philadelphia ahead of Saturday's game against the Flyers, Derek Wills of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.
Brodie won't play Saturday and remains out indefinitely, but he's going to start practicing with the team at some point during the remainder of its road trip, so he could be cleared to rejoin the lineup sooner rather than later. Another update on the blueliner's status should be released once he's given the green light to return to game action.
Brodie (undisclosed) skated on his own under medical supervision Thursday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.
Brodie is still considered out indefinitely, but it appears as though he may be ready to join his teammates for practice sooner rather than later. Another update on the 29-year-old blueliner's status should surface once that occurs.
Calgary placed Brodie (undisclosed) on injured reserve Wednesday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.
Brodie will be eligible to return whenever he's deemed fit to play, and although he won't be available for Thursday's matchup with St. Louis, he could link up with the Flames at some point during the remainder of their four-game road trip. Another update on the 29-year-old blueliner's should surface once he's given the green light to rejoin the lineup.
Brodie (undisclosed) won't travel with the team to St. Louis on Thursday, Derek Wills of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.
Despite the team leaving on a four-game road trip, Brodie has only been ruled out for the first contest versus the Blues. In 21 appearances this year, the Ontario native notched eight helpers, 22 shots and 29 blocks, but is still looking for his first goal of the year. An injury to Travis Hamonic (lower body) will force the Flames to utilize Brandon Davidson and Oliver Kylington on the third pairing.
Brodie (undisclosed) is considered out indefinitely, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.
Brodie was taken to the hospital after collapsing at Thursday's practice, but he's now resting at home, although there are still numerous tests to be done to determine the exact cause of his medical episode. Team Dr. Ian Auld believes Brodie's collapse was more than likely related to a fainting episode as opposed to a medical issue inside his brain, but the Flames plan to leave no stone unturned in terms of additional testing. With Brodie out indefinitely and almost certainly headed to injured reserve, the team recalled Oliver Kylington from the minors Friday.
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