Stewart has cleared waivers and been assigned to Lehigh Valley (AHL).
Stewart was placed on waivers yesterday but played 5:32 TOI in St. Louis. After clearing waivers he's been sent to Lehigh Valley in order to make room for Joel Farabee to be recalled.
Stewart will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Stewart appeared in four straight games, posting no points, a minus-3 rating, two shots and nine PIMS. He will sit with Tyler Pitlick returning from a concussion.
Stewart will make his Flyers debut on Tuesday.
Stewart, who signed a one-year deal with the Flyers this morning, will replace Connor Bunnaman on the Flyers fourth line in Calgary. The last time that Stewart was in the NHL, he had one goal and two assists (three points) in seven games with Calgary.
The Flyers have signed Chris Stewart to a one-year, one-way contract worth $750K.
Stewart last played in the NHL in 2017-18, where he had three points (1G / 2A) in seven games with the Flames. He spent last year playing with the Nottingham Panthers in England, scoring six goals with seven assists (13 points) in 23 games.
Stewart will be back in the Flames lineup on Tuesday.
Stewart was a healthy scratch for the last five games but will re-enter the lineup tonight with Mathew Tkachuk day-to-day with an upper-body injury. Stewart has no points in two games with the Flames and has just 13 points (9G / 4A) in 49 games this season.
The Flames have claimed Chris Stewart off of waivers from the Wild.
Stewart has just 13 points (9G/4A) in 47 games this season. He was having a hard time staying in the Wild lineup, as him and Marcus Foligno were in a bit of a timeshare for the 12th forward spot. After averaging just 10 minutes of ice time per game this season, he may see an increased workload in Calgary so long as Michael Ferland (undisclosed) remains sidelined.
Stewart will be a healthy scratch Monday against the Islanders.
Stewart will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Stewart allowed played 11:43 TOI win Dallas on Saturday but will be replaced by Matt Cullen tonight in St. Louis. Stewart has been fairly effective when he gets into the lineup but this will be his fourth healthy scratch in seven games.
Source: @mnwild 02/6/18, 2:19 pm EST
Stewart (illness) will not play on Thursday.
Stewart will be back in the Wild lineup on Tuesday.
Stewart was a healthy scratch on Sunday, but will replace Jordan Schroeder in the lineup tonight vs. Washington. Stewart has 13 goals and six assists (19 points) in 74 games this season, but has only scored twice in his last 25 games.
The Wild signed Chris Stewart to a two-year contract worth $4.6 million ($2.3M AAV).
Stewart was with the Wild for the second half of 2014-15, before going to the Ducks last season where he collected 20 points (8G / 12A) in 56 games. The former first round pick has struggled to gain any real traction in his NHL career and is more of a bottom-6 depth forward than the top-6 power-forward he was projected to be.
Stewart (jaw) is expected to return to the Ducks lineup on Saturday.
Stewart has been sidelined with a broken jaw since February 11th, but it looks like he will return to tonight in Ottawa. Stewart has registered 18 points (8G / 10A) in 47 games this season.
Source: Dan Wood 03/26/16, 9:21 am EST
Stewart has been sent back to Anaheim after suffering a suspected broken jaw on Thursday.
The Ducks inked Chris Stewart to a one-year deal worth $1.7M.
Source: NHL.com 07/13/15, 8:55 am EST
Stewart (arm) will not play on Tuesday.
Stewart, who has had a tough playoff with no goals on nine shots in eight games, won't play tonight with a right arm injury. No specifics as to what the issue is and how long it will be. Coach Mike Yeo only said day-to-day.
Stewart (arm) did not participate in the morning skate; questionable for Game 3.
Source: Chad Graff 05/5/15, 8:12 am EST
The Wild have acquired Chris Stewart from the Sabres for a 2017 2nd round draft pick.
Stewart will be an unrestricted free agent in the offseason, so the Sabres unloaded him to the Wild for a 2nd round draft choice. Stewart has 11 goals and 14 assists (25 points) in 61 games. The Wild are hoping that leaving an ugly scene in Buffalo and coming to a potential playoff team will spark some more offence from the 6-foot-2, 228 lbs. winger.
Stewart (flu) will be back in the Sabres lineup on Thursday.
Stewart missed Tuesday’s game vs. Detroit, but will be back tomorrow vs. the Wild. Stewart has just 12 points (5G / 7A) and a minus-19 rating in 42 games.
Stewart (illness) is likely out vs. the Red Wings.
Stewart has been battling the flu as of late and was not on the ice for the Sabres morning skate, so don’t expect him to be in the lineup tonight vs. Detroit. Matt Ellis has been recalled from Rochester (AHL) and will replace Stewart in the lineup.
Stewart (illness) is doubtful for Tuesday’s game vs. Detroit.
Stewart has missed practice for the last few days and is doubtful to play on Tuesday because he is “very sick” according to coach Ted Nolan. If Stewart is unable to go, expect Mikhail Grigorenko to be recalled from Rochester (AHL).