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  • Logan Brown: Set for free agency

    Brown (undisclosed) will become an unrestricted free agent Monday after not receiving a qualifying offer from the Lightning, Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

    Brown missed all of last season while stashed on long-term injured reserve but it's unclear what his current health status is. The last time he was on NHL ice was during the 2022-23 campaign, when he scored six points in 30 games with the Blues.

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  • Lightning's Logan Brown: Shifts to LTIR

    Brown (undisclosed) was recalled from AHL Syracuse and placed on long-term injured reserve Monday, per CapFriendly.

    Brown is out indefinitely and there's been no update on his timeline to return. The 25-year-old landed a two-way deal with the Lightning this offseason and could work his way into a bottom-six role at the NHL level once he's healthy.

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  • Lightning's Logan Brown: Sent down

    Brown (undisclosed) was assigned to AHL Syracuse on Saturday.

    This move comes as a bit of a surprise because Brown is currently out indefinitely due to an undisclosed injury. He would have been a candidate to start the year on injured reserve. Brown produced two goals and four assists in 30 games with St. Louis last season.

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  • Lightning's Logan Brown: Out Indefinitely

    Brown is out indefinitely with an undisclosed injury and will not be ready for the start of the season, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports.

    Brown signed a one-year, two-way contract in the offseason. He had two goals and four assists in 30 games with St. Louis last season. Brown is likely a bottom-six forward at best, once he's healthy enough to make his Lightning debut.

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  • Lightning's Logan Brown: Inks one-year contract

    Brown signed a one-year. two-way contract with Tampa Bay on Saturday.

    Brown will receive $775,000 in the NHL and $250,000 in the minors. He played 30 games with St. Louis last season, potting a pair of goals and adding four assists. He also managed two goals in two games with AHL Springfield in 2022-23. Brown will likely be a bottom-six forward at best for the Lightning next season.

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  • Blues' Logan Brown: Snaps six-game goal-scoring drought

    Brown tallied a goal in a 5-3 win over Chicago on Thursday.

    Brown found the back of the net midway through the second period to put St. Louis up 2-1. He has two goals and six points in 26 contests in 2022-23. Brown had one assist over his previous six outings, and he didn't score a goal in that span.

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  • Blues' Logan Brown: Nets first goal of season

    Brown scored a goal and added two hits in Thursday's 6-3 win over the Sharks.

    Brown has played in 10 of 16 games since he came off injured reserve in January, picking up two points over that span. He scored a go-ahead goal Thursday to help the Blues erase an early two-goal deficit. He's at four points, 10 shots on net, 12 hits and a minus-2 rating through 19 contests, so fantasy managers can safely leave the bottom-six forward on the waiver wire.

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  • Blues' Logan Brown: Lifted from IR

    Brown (upper body) was activated from injured reserve Thursday, per CapFriendly.

    Brown didn't play Thursday versus the Predators, but he should be available going forward. The 24-year-old has two assists and seven hits through nine games this season and would likely fill a bottom-six role once he returns to the lineup.

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  • Blues' Logan Brown: Moved to IR

    Brown (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Saturday.

    In a corresponding move, the Blues brought up defenseman Tyler Tucker from AHL Springfield. Brown, who has been out since Dec. 29, isn't expected to play this weekend after he didn't accompany the Blues on the road. An exact timetable for his return remains unclear. Brown has two assists, five shots on goal and seven hits in nine appearances with the Blues this season.

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  • Blues' Logan Brown: Not traveling with team

    Brown (upper body) will not travel during the Blues' upcoming four-game road trip.

    Assuming he doesn't meet up with the team later, Brown will miss at least the next four games and could be placed on injured reserve. St. Louis' next home game is Jan. 10 against Calgary. The team recalled Nikita Alexandrov for the road trip.

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  • Blues' Logan Brown: Hurt during practice

    Brown (undisclosed) was injured during Monday's practice, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.

    Coach Craig Berube said after the session that he wasn't sure if Brown would be available for Tuesday's game against Toronto. An update on the Blues forward should come Tuesday morning. If he can't play, Nathan Walker will likely be in the lineup.

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  • Blues' Logan Brown: Earns assist in return

    Brown logged an assist in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Kraken.

    Brown was activated from injured reserve Monday after missing 20 contests, but he sat out as a scratch against the Canucks. With Jordan Kyrou (upper body) out Tuesday, Brown stepped in on the fourth line and set up a Colton Parayko tally in the third period. The assist was Brown's first point in six games this season, and he's added five shots on net, five hits and a minus-2 rating. He's unlikely to see more than fourth-line minutes when he's in the lineup.

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  • Blues' Logan Brown: Removed from IR

    Brown (upper body) was activated from injured reserve Monday.

    Brown returned from a two-game conditioning stint Sunday but it's unclear if he'll be back in the lineup Monday against Vancouver. The 24-year-old has appeared in just five NHL games this season due to multiple injuries.

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  • Blues' Logan Brown: Back from conditioning

    Brown (upper body) was recalled from his conditioning stint with AHL Springfield on Sunday, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

    Brown notched two assists during his two-game conditioning loan. The 24-year-old is still on injured reserve, but it seems like he's nearing a return. He's been held scoreless in five NHL games this season and hasn't suited up since Nov. 8.

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  • Blues' Logan Brown: Heads to AHL for conditioning

    Brown (upper body) was sent to AHL Springfield for conditioning Thursday.

    Brown hasn't played since Nov. 8 because of the injury, so this will be a good opportunity for him to get back up to speed. He has no points in five contests with St. Louis this season. After the conditioning stint, Brown might serve on the Blues' fourth line.

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  • Blues' Logan Brown: Set to start practicing

    Brown (upper body) has been cleared to begin practicing but isn't expected back in the short term, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports Monday.

    Prior to getting hurt Brown was far from a lock for the lineup, serving as a healthy scratch in six of the team's first 11 contests. As such, Brown shouldn't be expected to offer much in the way of fantasy value even once given the all-clear to play.

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  • Blues' Logan Brown: On injured reserve list

    Brown (upper body) was placed on the injured reserve list Wednesday.

    Brown left Tuesday's 5-1 loss to Philadelphia in the second period because of the injury. He has no points in five games while averaging 9:15 of ice time this season.

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  • Blues' Logan Brown: Done for night

    Brown suffered an upper-body injury and won't return to Tuesday's game versus the Flyers.

    Brown left the game in the second period with the injury, though it's unclear how it occurred. The 24-year-old forward has no points through five appearances, so fantasy managers won't need to track his recovery closely.

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  • Blues' Logan Brown: Makes season debut

    Brown registered two hits as the Blues suffered a 4-0 loss to the Jets.

    Brown, who was sidelined for three games at the start of the season with an upper-body injury, dressed for the first time Monday but did not make much of an impact. The 2016 No. 11 overall draft pick failed to record a shot in 12:32 of ice time, including 2:13 on the power play. With Brandon Saad (upper body) sidelined Monday, Brown opened by centering the third line with Jake Neighbours and Josh Leivo.

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  • Blues' Logan Brown: Ready for season debut

    Brown (upper body) will make his season debut Monday against Winnipeg, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.

    Brown was on a line between Jake Neighbours and Josh Leivo during the morning skate. He sat out the first three games of the year with an upper-body injury.

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HT/WT: 6-6, 223 lbs
Birthplace: Raleigh, NC
Age: 26
Experience: 6
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