Saturday: Flynn has cleared waivers. The Rampage announced (Twitter link) that St. Louis has terminated his contract at Flynn’s request.
Friday: According to Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic, former NHL forward Brian Flynn has been placed on unconditional waivers by the St. Louis Blues with the intention of terminating his contract. Flynn has spent the season with the San Antonio Rampage, but would be able to pursue other opportunities should the process go forward without any problems.
It’s been quite a while since Flynn saw the NHL, last suiting up for one playoff game in 2017 for the Montreal Canadiens. After spending all of last year with the Texas Stars, the 30-year old signed a one-year two-way contract with the Blues on July 1st. He was likely meant to give the Rampage a veteran hand up front, but has recorded just a single goal in 21 games.
If Flynn does see his contract terminated he could sign elsewhere around the league or go overseas in search of work. The undrafted forward out of the University of Maine played 275 career regular season games in the NHL, scoring 27 times and recording 61 points.