Connor Brown Stats
- Height / Weight
- 72 / 181 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/14/1994 (29)
Connor Brown Last 10 Games
Connor Brown News
Washington Capitals right wing Connor Brown has undergone reconstructive surgery to repair a torn ACL in his right knee, and he is set to miss six to eight months. Brown will sit out a seventh consecutive game Tuesday against Vegas and it sadly looks like he is done for the whole regular season. Washington had high hopes for him as Brown filled in for Tom Wilson (knee) on the top line at the start of the year, but he ended up going scoreless in four games before getting sidelined. Conor Sheary has taken over the right-wing spot on the first line, and he's been doing well, scoring four goals and recording three assists in 10 appearances this season.
Washington Capitals right wing Connor Brown (lower body) has been placed on Injured Reserve and will be out long-term. The former Senator was injured on Monday against Vancouver and there's a possibility that he will need to undergo surgery. The Capitals already have one major absentee on the right wing with Tom Wilson (knee). Wilson's absence allowed Brown to open the season on the top line, but he couldn't get much done, going pointless in four games and registering only two shots on goal with a minus-three rating. Conor Sheary is the next man up and will join Alex Ovechkin and Lars Eller on the first line Thursday against Ottawa. Aliaksei Protas will also see top-six minutes as Evgeny Kuznetsov serves a one-game suspension.
Ottawa Senators winger Connor Brown has a nagging injury and won't play on Saturday against Montreal. The 28-year-old has been pretty ineffective as of late, so it's possible that he has carried the injury for quite a while. Brown boasts 10 goals and 39 points in 64 games for the season. He's been a regular in the top six and Brown's absence is set to open up minutes on a scoring line. Head coach D.J. Smith has yet to announce his lines for the game, so it remains to be seen who benefits from Brown's injury.
Ottawa Senators winger Connor Brown scored his fourth goal of the season in Saturday's 4-2 loss to the Kings, finishing with three shots in total and two hits in nearly 22 minutes on the ice. Brown was one of the hottest goal-scorers in the league during the second half of last season, but he hasn't carried his form over to 2021-22. With that said, Brown has scored three of his goals in his past five appearances, so he's improved his sharpness in front of the net and could be ready to go on a goal-scoring surge.