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Blues' Logan Brown: Pair of points in overtime win

Brown scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 5-4 overtime win over the Coyotes. Brown helped out on a Justin Faulk goal to opening the scoring in the first period before burying a rebound on his own in the second. The 24-year-old Brown has done well in a fourth-line role lately with a goal and three helpers in his last four outings. The American forward has 11 points, 30 shots on net, 20 hits and a minus-1 rating through 36 contests overall.
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Blues' Logan Brown: Offers assist

Brown picked up an assist in Thursday's 3-1 win over the Sharks. Brown set up a Dakota Joshua goal in the first period. The helper was Brown's second in the last three contests, though he was on an eight-game point drought before that. The 24-year-old has nine points, 29 shots on net, 20 hits and a minus-3 rating in 35 contests, though he's primarily been limited to fourth-line minutes this season.
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Blues' Logan Brown: Practicing Monday

Brown (illness) rejoined his teammates for Monday's game-day skate, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Even though Brown has rejoined the team, he should still be expected to serve as a healthy scratch against the Coyotes on Monday. The 24-year-old center will be hard-pressed to avoid time in the press box the rest of the way unless another forward picks up an injury. As such, Brown should be considered a relative non-factor in fantasy contests.
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Blues' Logan Brown: Out with illness Saturday

Brown (illness) won't play Saturday versus the Flames, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Brown joins Jordan Kyrou (illness) as unavailable forwards for the Blues, who will have to use seven defensemen Saturday. Brown will aim to be healthy in time for Monday's game versus the Coyotes. He has seven points in 27 games this season.
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Port Clinton's Logan Brown ready to serve, swim at Merchant Marine Academy

PORT CLINTON — For as long as he can remember, Logan Brown has loved his country and the water. The Port Clinton senior swimming star always thought he might be a good fit at a service academy, so he went through the rigorous admissions process that includes a required congressional nomination.
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Port Clinton’s Logan Brown picked for Marine Academy

Port Clinton High School’s Logan Brown has been selected as one of 280 members of the prestigious Merchant Marine Academy cadet class where he will continue his education and swimming career. At the Merchant Marine Academy selection ceremony were (seated, left to right): Jennifer Brown, Logan Brown, Camryn Brown, Brad Brown.; and (standing) Port Clinton High School Head Swim Coach Danny Diaz.
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Logan Brown, Faith Chapman in RED Talks

Language Arts and Speech Teacher Joe Miller of Port Clinton High School believes his students have thoughts worth sharing. To give the students a platform for bringing those thoughts to anyone and everyone who would like to hear them, Miller is debuting the third season of RED Talks at the Performing Arts Center at the high school.
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Logan Brown could face Senators Tuesday night

On Tuesday night, the St. Louis Blues face off against the Ottawa Senators. Logan Brown, son of former Blues defenseman Jeff Brown, could potentially slide back into the lineup to face the team that drafted him 11th overall in 2016. Growing Up. Brown was born in Raleigh, North Carolina, when...

Blues extend Robert Bortuzzo, Logan Brown

The St. Louis Blues have had a busy morning, announcing contract extensions with two players. Robert Bortuzzo inked a new two-year deal that will keep him under contract through the 2023-24 season and carries an average annual value of $950K. Meanwhile, Logan Brown re-upped for one more year at $750K, the league minimum.
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Blues sign Logan Brown to one year contract, Robert Bortuzzo to two

With the All-Star break stretching out to ten days for the Blues - they haven’t played since their January 29th loss to the Winnipeg Jets - Doug Armstrong hasn’t gone on vacation. Today the Blues announced two contract extensions for their most blue-collar players. Logan Brown has been extended on a one-year, one way contract worth $750,000, and Robert Bortuzzo has been extended for two years at an AAV of $950,000.
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Blues' Logan Brown: Inks one-year extension

Brown signed a one-year, $750,000 contract extension with the Blues on Tuesday, per Lou Korac of NHL.com. Brown has averaged 11:44 of ice time and logged six points over 17 appearances this season. The 2016 first-round pick was traded from the Senators to the Blues in September 2021.
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Blues' Logan Brown: Playing Monday

Brown (illness) will play Monday against Nashville, per Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic. Brown has missed the last two games while recovering from a non-COVID-19 illness. The 23-year-old has averaged 12:19 of ice time and recorded three points over his last 10 appearances.
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Blues' Logan Brown: Not playing Saturday

Brown (illness) will not be in Saturday's lineup against Toronto, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports. Brown will miss his second game while dealing with an illness. The 23-year-old will be considered day-to-day ahead of Monday's tilt with Nashville.
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Blues' Logan Brown: Out with illness Thursday

Brown won't play Thursday versus the Kraken due to a non-COVID-19 illness. The Blues are expected to play seven defensemen Thursday, with Calle Rosen replacing Brown in the lineup. Brown is mired in a six-game point drought, and his bottom-six role for the Blues means most fantasy managers won't be impacted by his absence. He'll try to return for Saturday's game versus the Maple Leafs.