Brown was flipped to the Senators by the Maple Leafs, along with Nikita Zaitsev and Michael Carcone, in exchange for Cody Ceci, Ben Harpur, Aaron Luchuk and a 2020 third-round pick.
Brown came up just one point shy of hitting the 30-point mark while setting a new personal best in assists (21). The winger played in all 82 games in each of the previous three campaigns and will no doubt be eager to make it four in a row with his new team. The 24-year-old's versatility will allow him to slot into any of the Senators' line combinations and should be a solid depth scoring option regardless of his linemates.
Brown scored a goal and an assist in Wednesday's 5-4 shootout loss to the Flyers.
Both his points came in the first period as the Leafs umped out to a 2-0 lead they would quickly squander. Brown hadn't had a multi-point performance since the last game before the All-Star break, and the 25-year-old winger has just seven goals and 27 points through 77 games on the season.
Brown picked up a shorthanded assist Wednesday in a 3-2 overtime loss to Vancouver.
Brown is a coach favorite, but it is unlikely he'll be able to build on his impressive 20-goal rookie season from 2016-17 while in blue and white. The Leafs' forward depth is too impressive and Brown just can't climb the lines. He could see a fantasy upgrade if he ends up in another city in an offseason trade. For now, he should be left on the wire. While he has three assists in his last six games, Brown hasn't scored a goal since Feb. 4. And he only has two snipes since Nov. 10.
Brown collected an assist in Wednesday's 6-2 win over the Oilers.
Brown is a low-volume shooter with 69 shots through 63 games this season, but he's assisted in back-to-back games and now has a career-high 17 apples. With Nazem Kadri (concussion) out of commission, Brown figures to continue assuming power-play responsibilities -- he logged 1:34 in that spot versus Edmonton.
Brown has just five goals this season.
It's a far cry from the 20 he sniped in his rookie season. But then again, Brown played up the lineup as a rookie and he's mired on the fourth line this season. It's clear Brown can play with talented players, but he may not get that chance again with the Leafs.
Brown recorded a pair of assists in Wednesday's 6-3 win over the Capitals.
Brown, on top of bagging a pair of helpers, finished the night a plus-4. He's produced at a similar rate compared to a season ago, but the majority of Brown's points have come in the form of assists, with his goal-scoring numbers -- he has just four all season after posting 14 in 2017-18 -- down significantly in 2018-19.
Brown was credited with a goal from Thursday's game against the Devils after a late scoring change was made, Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports.
Brown was initially given an assist, but the NHL took another look at the play and determined that he was, in fact, the goal-scorer. The fourth-year winger went 26 games between goals, but he's now produced three points in four January contests.
Brown posted three assists and a plus-3 rating in a 7-2 victory against the Devils on Tuesday.
This was a big performance for Brown. Not only did he snap a six-game pointless streak, but he also improved to a plus-2 on the season. He's not scoring as many goals as he's used to, but similar to Tuesday night, he's registered more assists to pick up the slack. Brown has three goals and 12 points in 34 games.
Brown scored a goal and added an assist Tuesday in a 3-1 win over Vegas.
It was only Brown's second multi-point game of the campaign and moved him to six points in 15 games. Brown had been held off the scoresheet in his previous four contests, and despite Tuesday's showing, the 24-year-old remains a high-risk fantasy play.
Brown recorded one assist Wednesday in a 4-2 win over Winnipeg
It's been a painfully slow start to the season for Brown who was hoping to take a step forward in year three. While it's still early and time remains on the 24-year-old winger's side, fans of the Buds had to have hoped Brown would've been having more of an impact by now.
Brown has failed to register a point in the first three games of the 2018-19 campaign.
The 24-year-old winger tallied 28 points a year ago after putting up 36 in his rookie season. He's yet to hit the scoresheet through three games this season. Fortunately, Toronto boasts a high-powered offense, so this dry spell shouldn't last for long.
Brown lit the lamp during a 4-3 victory over Boston in Game 5 on Saturday.
The tally opened scoring on the night and was primarily assisted by Auston Matthews, who's begun centering Brown's line with the return of Nazem Kadri. If head coach Mike Babcock continues to roll the lines from Game 5, Brown certainly could be in line for an increase of scoring playing with the All-Star, though Toronto is still in a 3-2 hole and must win the next two games to advance. The 24-year-old now has three points this postseason -- he logged assists in each of the first two games -- but hasn't been filling the statsheet in other categories, as he just has four shots on goal, three hits and two blocked shots combined over the series.
Brown scored his 14th goal of the season in Saturday's 4-3 win over the Senators.
Brown had gone without a goal in 14 games prior to tapping the proverbial keg Saturday. He's a Mike Babcock favorite, so he continues to get ice time. We'd just like to see Brown score a little bit more.
Brown scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 5-3 loss to the Penguins.
Brown snapped a 12-game goal drought Saturday night. He skated with James van Riemsdyk and Tyler Bozak, and looked comfortable in that role. If he sticks there, Brown's fantasy value would rise a little. After all, he's a favorite of coach Mike Babcock, so he has a really long leash to prove himself .
Brown pitched in an assist during a 7-4 victory over Anaheim on Monday.
Although Brown's production hasn't been the same since mid-November, the tally gave him two assists in his last three games. The 24-year-old's starting to see increased ice time as well, skating for over 15 minutes in nine of the last 10 games, while appearing on the first power-play line lately as well. While Brown will have a hard time entering into the top six with Mitch Marner and William Nylander in front of him on the depth chart, he's only had one power-play point on the season -- the increased role could be what he needs to match his 36 point total from 2016-17, as he currently sits at 19 (12 goals, seven assists) tallies through 54 contests.
Brown scored the Leafs' only goal in a 2-1 overtime loss to the Blues on Tuesday night.
Brown has been scuffling -- he has just six points (four goals, two assists) in his last 29 games. His fantasy future may be relatively bright, but right now, he needs to be on your bench in keeper leagues and the wire in single-year and daily formats.
Brown skated with William Nylander and Zach Hyman at Sunday's practice, reports the Toronto Sun.
Brown had been playing with Hyman and the injured Auston Matthews, but that hadn't lit a fire under his cold game. He's mired in a slump that has seen him deliver just one point -- a goal -- in his last 11 games. It remains to be seen if he can find chemistry with Nylander.
Brown assisted on the lone Maple Leafs goal during Wednesday's 2-1 shootout loss to the Panthers.
The 23-year-old winger is off to a great start with 13 points in 23 games to open the year, but a healthy crop of forwards threatens to keep the sixth-round pick from the 2012 NHL Entry Draft buried in the bottom six, limiting his fantasy value to deeper formats.
Brown had an empty-net goal and an assist in a 4-2 win over Minnesota on Wednesday.
Brown has now topped double digits and is up to seven goals on the season. He was expected to be a depth guy, but in the Leafs' high-powered offense, anyone who gets consistent ice time has the potential to break out.
Brown potted an even-strength goal in Saturday's 6-4 road loss to the Blues.
The Maple Leafs have now lost five of their past six games, but Brown has three goals and four points over that span. While there's no way that he'll be able to sustain his gaudy 37.5 shooting percentage, it can't hurt that the Canadian winger has stepped up when the team seemingly needs him the most.
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