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Eastern Metropolitan Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
30-9-8 68
31-13-4 66
26-14-8 60
26-19-6 58
24-15-9 57
23-22-5 51
20-21-9 49
15-30-3 33

2022 Stats

STATS A
Assists
P
Points
+/-
Plus-Minus Goals Scored For or Against Total
TOI/G
Time On Ice Per Game
PM
Penalty Minutes
Regular Season 0 0 1 16:12 17

Top Justin Braun News

  • Flyers' Justin Braun: Stuck in press box

    Braun has been a healthy scratch for the past 12 games.

    Braun has made 33 appearances this season, failing to register a single point. Even if he were to return to the Flyers lineup, he should be kept off fantasy rosters.

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  • Flyers' Justin Braun: Unable to find scoresheet

    Braun has extended his point drought to 25 games.

    Braun has played in 25 contests for the Flyers this season, failing to provide any goals or assists. He has 17 PIM, 28 hits, and 28 blocks, but his lack of offensive production mitigates his value in peripheral categories.

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  • Flyers' Justin Braun: Extends point drought

    Braun has yet to find the scoresheet through 10 games this season.

    Braun isn't a high point producer; he totaled 18 points in 69 games between the Flyers and Rangers last season. Braun has chipped in 11 hits, 11 blocks, and nine PIM, but otherwise he isn't providing much fantasy value.

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  • Flyers' Justin Braun: Back in Philly

    Braun signed a one-year, $1.75 million contract with the Flyers on Wednesday.

    Braun spent parts of the last three seasons with the Flyers before he was shipped to the Rangers in a deadline deal last March. He's back in Philadelphia now, where he'll likely fill a bottom-four role. He had 18 points in 69 contests last season.

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  • Rangers' Justin Braun: Munches minutes against rivals

    Braun had one hit and a plus-1 rating in Thursday's 6-3 win over the Islanders.

    Braun was solid in his 17:45 of ice time, all at even strength. He has rotated with Patrik Nemeth on the third pair alongside rookie Braden Schneider since coming over in a trade with the Flyers. Braun has one goal and one assist in seven appearances for the Rangers.

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  • Flyers' Justin Braun: Won't play Sunday

    Braun is being held out of the lineup Sunday against the Islanders due to the upcoming trade deadline Monday, Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.

    As such, there's a high likelihood the 35-year-old will be traded in the next day. Braun's 16 points, 36 PIM, 79 hits and 114 blocked shots this season have been helpful at times in DFS formats and deeper leagues.

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  • Rangers' Justin Braun: Dealt to New York

    Braun was traded by the Flyers to the Rangers on Monday in exchange for a 2023 third-round pick, Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic reports.

    The 35-year-old will bring a steadying veteran presence to the Blueshirts' back end. Braun's rate of production of 16 points should increase for a Rangers team that's far superior to the struggling Flyers this year, and his physicality (79 hits, 114 blocks) should be plenty appreciated in front of emerging star netminder Igor Shesterkin.

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  • Flyers' Justin Braun: Puts it all on the line

    Braun was on board for an assist and seven blocked shots in Friday's 3-1 loss to the Senators.

    Braun has now blocked seven shots in three different games this season, and he continues to post respectable offensive numbers for a third-pairing defenseman who doesn't see the power play. The 35-year-old has recorded five goals and 11 assists through 61 contests.

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  • Flyers' Justin Braun: Nets goal in win

    Braun notched a goal during Tuesday's win over the Golden Knights.

    Braun finished the contest with a goal, two blocks, one hit, one shot, and a plus-2 rating. His goal snapped a five-game point drought and brings him up to five goals and 15 points in 56 appearances this year.

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  • Flyers' Justin Braun: Playing Saturday

    Braun (illness) will participate in Saturday's game against Chicago, per Adam Kimelman of NHL.com.

    Braun has averaged 20:00 of ice time and racked up 14 points over 54 games this season. He departed Thursday's game against Minnesota early due to illness, recording a season-low for time on the ice with 12:21.

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  • Flyers' Justin Braun: Exits Thursday's game

    Braun (illness) left Thursday's game versus the Wild and will not return.

    The Flyers' release said Braun is dealing with the flu, which caused his early exit. The defenseman will have a couple of days to get healthy before Saturday's contest against the Blackhawks.

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  • Flyers' Justin Braun: Nets goal in defeat

    Braun generated a goal during Tuesday's overtime loss to Pittsburgh.

    Braun finished the night with a goal, two PIM, three shots, a block and a plus-1 rating. He's played almost 24 minutes in each of the past two contests on the Flyers top pairing. Through 48 games, Braun has four goals and 12 points.

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  • Flyers' Justin Braun: Ends point drought in loss

    Braun registered an assist during Monday's loss to Dallas.

    The assist snapped a 14-game point drought for Braun. After a hot start to the season with five points in five contests, he collected just five more points in the following 37 games. He can provide some peripheral scoring with his 51 hits and 84 blocks, but Braun should not be relied on for offense.

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  • Flyers' Justin Braun: Exits protocols

    Braun cleared COVID-19 protocols Wednesday, Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.

    Braun must have produced a false positive, as he's back on the ice two days after entering COVID-19 protocols. The defenseman, who's recorded two goals and seven assists while averaging 20 minutes of ice time this season, should be in the lineup Thursday versus Boston.

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  • Flyers' Justin Braun: Added to COVID-19 protocols

    Braun entered the NHL's COVID-19 protocols Monday, per Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer.

    Braun's status is doubtful for Tuesday's contest with Carolina due to his entry into virus protocols. The 34-year-old has averaged 20:30 of ice time, blocked 20 shots and scored one goal through his last 10 appearances. In his absence, Nick Seeler is likely to see an expanded role.

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  • Flyers' Justin Braun: Manages helper in win

    Braun logged an assist, two hits and three blocked shots in Friday's 2-1 win over the Hurricanes.

    Braun set up Zack MacEwen's first tally as a Flyer, which stood as the game-winner Friday. The 34-year-old Braun is up to eight points in just 12 contests. He's already exceeded his six-point output from 53 games last year. He's added 14 hits, 25 blocks and a plus-7 rating this season as a surprisingly well-rounded top-four option -- arguably the steadiest on the Flyers' blue line so far.

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  • Flyers' Justin Braun: Collects pair of helpers

    Braun registered two assists, three hits, three blocked shots and a plus-4 rating in Wednesday's 5-3 win over the Oilers.

    Braun helped out on Cam Atkinson's go-ahead goal in the third period before setting up Sean Couturier for the empty-netter. The 34-year-old Braun is known as a steady defender, and he's lived up to that with a plus-6 rating and nine blocked shots in five games. More surprisingly, he has a goal and four assists, putting him just one point shy of his output from 53 contests last season in what was the worst year of his career from a scoring standpoint.

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  • Flyers' Justin Braun: Picks up two points in win

    Braun had a goal and assist with two shots and two hits in Monday's 6-1 win over Seattle.

    Braun assisted on a Derick Brassard goal in the first period that gave the Flyers a 3-0 cushion, then he added one of his own midway through the second, taking a lead pass from James van Riemsdyk and beating Philipp Grubauer five-hole. It was the first multi-point game for the 34-year-old Braun since Feb. 2020.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 205 lbs
Birthplace: Minneapolis, MN
Age: 35
Experience: 12
Shoots: Right