Minor transactions are beginning to heat up on this side of the Atlantic once again as rookie camps come to a close, leading to the resolution of situations for many players in NHL camps on tryouts. We’re keeping tabs on those, as well as any notable minor transactions from other leagues, right here.
- Philadelphia Flyers rookie camp invite Matt Brown has signed a two-year deal with their AHL affiliate in Lehigh Valley, reports PHLY Sports’ Charlie O’Connor. O’Connor reported a few days ago that the Flyers were potentially considering an entry-level contract for Brown after a standout performance during rookie camp. Brown, 24, is coming off a spectacular senior season at Boston University in which he led the team’s forwards in scoring, notching 47 points in 39 games. He sat only behind Montreal Canadiens defense prospect Lane Hutson, who notched 48. While undersized at 5-foot-9, he does carry some offensive upside after solid totals in college and will look to make a smooth transition to pro hockey this fall. O’Connor also said AHL Lehigh Valley has signed another of the Flyers’ camp invites, Brendan Furry, to a one-year deal. Furry, 25, captained Minnesota State University last season and registered three points in three games with Lehigh Valley to finish off last season on a tryout.
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