Brickley will draw back into the Rangers lineup on Friday.
Brickley will be back in the Rangers lineup on Friday.
Source: @NYRangers 03/15/19, 3:10 pm EST
Brickley will draw into the Panthers lineup on Sunday.
Brickley will draw into the ice Panthers lineup on Friday.
Brickley (undisclosed) will not play Friday vs. the Wild.
Brickley is dealing with an undisclosed injury so he will be replaced by Michael Haley in the lineup tonight. With Brickley dealing with an injury, he likely won’t play tomorrow either.
Brickley will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Brickley was back in the lineup on Monday, but will be a healthy scratch for the fifth time in six games tonight. Dryden Hunt will draw back into the lineup for Brickley.
Brickley will be back in the Panthers lineup on Monday.
Brickley was a healthy scratch for the last four games, but will replace Dryden Hunt in the Panthers lineup vs. the Islanders. Brickley has collected eight points (2G / 6A) in 18 contests this season.
Brickley will be a healthy scratch on Monday.
Brickley (upper-body) will return to the Panthers lineup on Saturday.
Brickley has missed the last three games with an upper-body injury but will play tonight against the Rangers. Brickley has had a really nice start to the season, collecting two goals and five assists (seven points) in eight contests. He will skate on the Panthers’ second line with Vincent Trocheck and Radim Vrbata, making him an interesting daily fantasy play.
Brickley is day-to-day with an upper-body injury; doubtful to play on Saturday.
Brickley left Thursday’s game with an upper-body injury and it doesn’t look like he will play on Saturday. If Colton Sceviour isn’t ready to play, look for the Panthers to recall another forward or go with 11 forwards, seven defensemen vs. the Red Wings.
The Hurricanes have acquired Connor Brickley from the Panthers in exchange for Brody Sutter.
Brickley, 24, was a second round pick (50th overall) in 2010 but has only appeared in 23 NHL games since. Brickley had 27 points (12G / 15A) in 45 games with Portland a season ago.
The Panthers have signed Connor Brickley to a one-year, two-way deal.
Brickley, 24, split his time between Florida and Portland (AHL) during 2015-16. Brickley had one goal and four assists (5 points) in 23 games with the Panthers and 27 points (12G / 15A) in 45 games with the Pirates.
The Panthers have sent Connor Brickley to Portland (AHL).
Brickley had one goal and four assists in 23 games during his time with the Panthers. He heads back to Portland where he has one goal and two assists in six contests.
The Panthers have recalled Connor Brickley from Portland (AHL).
Brickley, 23, had one goal and two assists in 10 games with the Panthers this season. While in Portland, he has three points (1G / 2A) in six games. He has swapped places with Rocco Grimaldi.
Brickley will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Brickley has had a strong start to his NHL career, having scored one goal on three shots despite averaging just 8:56 TOI in his first four games. Shawn Thornton will play in his spot.
Connor Brickley will make his NHL debut on Saturday vs. Philadelphia.
Brickley, 23, was the Panthers second round pick (50th overall) in 2010. The University of Vermont product had 22 goals and 25 assists (47 points) in 73 games with San Antonio (AHL) last season. He is expected to open the season on the Panthers’ fourth line.