Brown was allegedly arrested early Saturday in Dallas on suspicion of public intoxication, Sarah McLellan of the Star Tribune reports.
Brown sat out the Wild's final game of the season against the Stars with what was deemed an illness. With the season over, we'll keep you posted if and when Brown receives any discipline from the league that would impact his status for 2019-20.
Brown (Illness) had three goals and eight points while averaging 9:10 of ice time in 56 games this season.
Unfortunately, Brown's season came to an abrupt end after he missed Saturday's clash against Dallas due to an illness. Even in a limited role, eight points is Brown's highest output for a season since he had 22 in 2015-16.
Brown is dealing with an illness and will miss Saturday's road game against the Stars, Sarah McLellan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
This effectively ends Brown's 2018-19 campaign, with the speedy and spirited grinder finishing with three goals and eight points through 56 games. There are plenty of guys in the NHL that hold real significance to their own club but barely move the needle in fantasy hockey -- Brown neatly fits that description.
Brown has three points while averaging 10:06 of ice time in 14 March games.
Brown has seen no power-play time this campaign, so the fact that he has seven points in 53 games is decent for the winger. The 28-year-old has made his presence felt on the defensive side this season, racking up 94 hits and 13 blocks. With a limited role, Brown shouldn't be anywhere near fantasy lineups.
Brown scored a goal and an assist in Friday's 6-2 loss to the Panthers.
It tells you how the night went for Minnesota that the team's fourth line has to carry the scoring load. Brown had gone nine games without hitting the scoresheet since his recall to the NHL, and with only two goals and six points through 44 games on the season for the Wild, a repeat performance seems highly unlikely anytime soon.
The Wild summoned Brown from AHL Iowa on Thursday.
Brown will join a Wild squad that has run with 11 forwards and seven defensemen of late to preserve Charlie Coyle's health in advance of trading him. Coyle's now out the door, paving the way for Brown to join the club and serve as the team's 12th forward. He's expected to draw in Thursday and should slot into a bottom-six role.
The Wild waived Brown on Sunday, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
Brown has been a healthy scratch in 13 of the last 22 games and has just four points in 35 contests this season. The Wild only have 11 healthy forwards at the time of this report, but Pontus Aberg (lower body) could return for Tuesday's game versus the Sabres. Still, the Wild are expected to recall a player or two from the AHL Wild, which is where Brown will land if he clears waivers.
Brown emerged from the press box after sitting out the two games prior to Thursday's 4-3 road win over the Lightning. He was held without a point over 8:27 of ice time.
Brown doesn't have a substantial role for Minnesota, and the two-way aspect of his contract means that he could be sent down to AHL Iowa if the Wild continue to have trouble determining where he fits into the scheme. Even in a deep league, you should have no problem finding a skater who's matched or exceeded his output of four points through 29 games.
Brown went minus-3 without denting the scoresheet in Tuesday's 4-3 home loss to the Coyotes.
Brown committed to three hits in the contest, but this was otherwise his worst defensive performance of the season. Fantasy owners can safely bypass the Minnesota native, as he's collected a mere three points to work against a minus-4 rating over 21 games.
Brown had two shots on goal and four hits in 6:44 of ice time in Thursday's overtime win over Chicago. It was his first playing time of the season.
Brown will likely rotate being on the fourth line with Matt Hendricks and Eric Fehr. He'll likely be active when the Wild needs to play a more physical game .
Brown was a healthy scratch in Thursday's loss at Colorado.
Brown will likely rotate being on the fourth line with Eric Fehr. He'll likely be active when the Wild needs to play a more physical game as Brown had 71 hits in 47 games last season.
Brown secured a two-year, $1.375 million deal with the Wild on Sunday, Michael Russo of The Athletic Minnesota reports.
Brown was ineffective last season, accruing just two goals and five assists in 47 games between Anaheim and Tampa Bay. However, the 28-year-old's knack for physicality -- 71 hits -- can help make up for that, but Brown's fantasy value remains too low to spark an interest.
Brown pitched in seven points (two goals, five assists) in 2017-18, playing in 24 games with Tampa Bay and 23 contests with Anaheim.
After appearing in just 24 of the first 45 games with Tampa Bay, Brown was placed on waivers and claimed by Anaheim on Jan. 14, but still appeared in just 23 of the last 38 games. Brown also averaged just 9:04 of ice time on the year, but still brought physicality throwing in 71 hits. Brown is set to be an unrestricted free agent, but since he did appear in each of Anaheim's playoff games, perhaps he'll stick around Southern California.
Brown was a healthy scratch for the sixth consecutive time during Friday's 3-2 overtime loss to Winnipeg.
The 27-year-old forward has only suited up once in the past 11 games for Anaheim, and he's recorded just one goal, two assists and 19 shots through 19 contests since joining the organization. As a result, Brown can be ignored in all fantasy settings until he cracks the lineup and shows an offensive pulse.
Brown has recorded a single goal and two assists while averaging just 10:28 of ice time through 11 games since joining Anaheim on Jan. 14.
The Ducks plucked Brown off waivers in mid-January, and he's provided a nice boost to Anaheim's forward depth. The 27-year-old winger has chipped in offensively while posting a high-end 57.8 Corsi For percentage at five-on-five. Still, he's not a viable fantasy option in many fantasy settings while playing a bottom-six role.
Brown was claimed off waivers by the Ducks on Sunday, Elliotte Friedman of NHL Network reports.
Brown was put on waivers by the Lightning on Saturday. He was often a healthy scratch in Tampa, so he'll look to get more time with the Ducks as they battle a good deal of injuries to their forwards. Brown has just one goal, four points and 41 hits through 24 games this season, so he'll likely stay in a bottom-six role.
The Lightning placed Brown on waivers Saturday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times notes that Brown will be assigned to AHL Syracuse if he clears waivers Sunday. The move isn't an unexpected one for the winger, who's seen limited ice time recently. With just four points over 24 games this season, he will likely head to the minors to get back on track with a goal of rejoining the team later in the campaign.
Brown's ice time was limited to 6:27 on Saturday in a win over Minnesota.
Brown has been slotting in and out of the lineup for a while, but this ice time was one of his lowest all season. Brown brings energy to the ice, but not much else. Avoid.
Brown (illness) will return to the lineup Wednesday night against the Bruins, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
A gritty competitor, Brown's added one goal and three assists playing for the league's top offense this season. However, he doesn't tip the scales in the fantasy realm since he averages a mere 10:15 of ice time.
Brown (illness) isn't on the ice for pregame warmups, indicating he won't be in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Sabres, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Brown declared himself "good to go" Tuesday morning, so his absence comes as a bit of a surprise. With the gritty winger unavailable for a third consecutive game Tuesday, the Lightning will once again roll with 11 forwards and seven defensemen against Buffalo.
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