The Stars have signed Brian Flynn to a one-year, two-way contract.
Flynn, 28, had six goals and four assists (10 points) in 51 games with Montreal last season. Flynn is a quality fourth line forward that excels on the penalty kill—averaged 1:37 SH/TOI per game last year. Flynn will attempt to help a Stars PK that ranked dead last in the NHL last season at 73.9%.
Flynn left Tuesday's game with an upper-body injury and did not return.
Flynn got back in the lineup on Tuesday because Tomas Plekanec was battling an injury of his own, but he only played 1:05 TOI before leaving the contest. Consider him day-to-day, but he is not a fantasy asset regardless.
Flynn will be in the Canadiens' lineup on Tuesday.
Flynn has been a healthy scratch in the last two games, but will replace Sven Andrighetto on the Canadiens’ fourth line tonight. Flynn has just 10 points (6G / 4A) in 47 games this season.
Flynn will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Source: Pat Hickey 02/9/17, 9:18 am EST
Flynn (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
Flynn will make his season debut on Tuesday .
Flynn was a healthy scratch for the first two games of the season, but will replace Daniel Carr in the lineup on Tuesday. Flynn had 10 points (4G / 6A) in 56 games with the Canadiens last season. Flynn will skate on the fourth line with Torey Mitchell and Philip Danault.
Flynn will miss 6-8 weeks with a lower-body injury.
The Canadiens have acquired Brian Flynn from the Sabres for a 2016 5th round pick.
Flynn, 26, is a hard working forward who can play centre or wing. He was played huge minutes with Buffalo, but will play a bottom-6 role in Montreal. He has five goals and 12 assists (17 points) in 54 games. Flynn is set to become a restricted free agent at the end of the season.
The #Sabres confirm Leopold is on IR to make room for Flynn.
Flynn has been recalled and will replace John Scott in the Sabres lineup today when they take on New Jersey.
Maine forward Brian Flynn has signed a contract with the Buffalo #Sabres. #mesports
Flynn just completed his fourth season at the U. of Maine, scoring 18 goals and 48 points.
Source: Chris Roy 03/29/12, 6:52 am EST