Chris Brown (RW)
||Flower Mound, TX
2014-15: Loaned by Washington on Oct. 28…Appeared in three games with the Capitals, registering one goal and a plus-1 rating…Scored his first goal of the season and was named third star on Oct. 31 at MCH…Scored a power-play goal on Nov. 8 vs. HFD…Recalled by WSH on Nov. 14…Reassigned to Hershey on Nov. 22…Scored the game’s only goal and was named number two star on Nov. 22 vs. WOR…Scored the shootout winner on Nov. 26 vs. WBS…Scored two goals, including the game-winner, and was named second star on 12/5 vs. BRI…Tallied a goal and two assists on Dec. 13 vs. BNG…Scored the game-tying goal with 2.7 seconds left on Dec. 14 at WBS…Scored one goal on Dec. 27 vs. BNG…Scored twice, including the game-winner, and was named second star on Jan. 9 at ALB.
2013-14: Started the year with the Phoenix Coyotes…Appeared in 51 games with AHL Portland, posting 35 points (14 goals, 21 assists)…Ranked third on the Pirates in goals, assists and points…Acquired from Phoenix in exchange for Martin Erat and John Mitchell on March 5…Was immediately recalled to Washington and made his Capitals debut on March 6 at Boston…Loaned to Hershey on March 9…Made his Bears debut on March 14 at Syracuse, scoring a power-play goal and recording four shots on net…Scored one goal and was plus-2 on March 15 vs. Adirondack…Recalled by Washington on March 19…Scored his first NHL goal on March 22 at San Jose…Returned to Hershey on April 2.
2012-13: Recorded multi-point games on 11/2 and 11/10 and tallied season high 7 PIMS vs. Binghamton on 10/27…Led all AHL rookies with 29 goals.
2011-12: Registered a career-high 29 points in 38 games in his junior season at Michigan and set a new career best for assists and penalty minutes (66)…Ranked fifth on the team in points, fourth in goals and tied for second in assists…Earned All-CCHA Honorable Mention…Scored the GWG in CCHA quarterfinal vs. Notre Dame, March 9…Tied his career high with 1-2-3 in the Frozen Diamond Faceoff vs. Ohio State on Jan. 15…Earned points in four straight games from Jan. 6-15 posting 3-4-7 during the run.
2010-1: Named Michigan Athletic Academic Achievement winner and helped the Wolverines win CCHA regular season championship and reach the NCAA Frozen Four title game…Ranked second on the team in game-winning goals (5) and had four in six games from Feb. 12- March 11…Set a career-best point streak at seven games (5-3-7) from Feb 12-March 11…Had career-best three-game goal streak (Feb. 11-18) and career-best three-game assist streak (Feb. 19-26)…Won a bronze medal with Team USA in the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo, New York, posting two goals and one assist in six games.