Washington Capitals
Washington Capitals
Chris Brown
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ChrisBrown
POSITION: Center
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
SHOOTS: Right
WEIGHT: 215
BIRTHDATE: 02/03/1991
AGE: 23
BIRTHPLACE: Flower Mound, TX, USA
DRAFTED: PHX: 2009-36 overall
 
Career
2013-14: Earned his first NHL assist vs. LA (3/25) ... Scored his first NHL goal at SJ (3/22) ... Made his Capitals debut at BOS (3/6) ... Acquired from Arizona with Rostislav Klesla and a fourth-round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft in exchange for Martin Erat and John Mitchell (3/4)... Recorded 17 penalty minutes in six games with Phoenix ... Tallied five points (2g, 3a) in 12 games with Hershey (AHL) and registered 35 points (14g, 21a) in 51 games with Portland (AHL).

2012-13: Played in five games with the Coyotes recording two penalty minutes ... Posted 47 points (29g, 18a) and 98 PIM in 68 games with Portland (AHL) ... His 29 goals led the team, all AHL rookies and ranked ninth overall in the AHL ... His 14 power-play goals led the team, all AHL rookies and ranked third in the AHL ... His seven game-winning goals led the team, ranked second among AHL rookies and tied for fifth in the AHL ... Had 190 shots to lead the team and to rank third in the AHL for rookies.

2011-12: Registered a career-high 29 points in 38 games in his junior season at Michigan ... 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 ... All-CCHA Honorable Mention ... Scored GWG in CCHA quarterfinal vs. Notre Dame, Mar. 9 ... Tied his career high with 3 points (1g, 2a) in the Frozen Diamond Faceoff on vs. Ohio State (1/15) ... Earned points in four straight games from 1/6 - 1/15, posting 7 (3g, 4a) during the span.

2010-11: Michigan Athletic Academic Achievement winner ... Helped the Wolverines win CCHA regular season championship and reach the NCAA Frozen Four national championship game ... Second on the team in game-winning goals (5) – had four in six games from 2/12 - 3/11 ... Set career-best seven-game point streak with eight points (5g, 3a) from 2/11 - 3/11 ... Had career-best three-game goal streak (2/11 - 2/18) and career-best three-game assist streak (2/19 - 2/26) ... Won a bronze medal with Team USA at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo, N.Y. ... Posted two goals and one assist in six games with Team USA.

2009-10: Helped Michigan win CCHA Tournament and reach the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Tournament ... CCHA All-Rookie Team ... CCHA Rookie of the Year finalist ... First on the team in power-play goals (7), second in game-winning goals (4)...Led all Michigan rookies in goals (13), assists (15) and points (28) ... CCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Dec. 7) ... CCHA Rookie of the Week (Nov. 2) ... Scored back-to-back game-winning goals vs. Michigan State (Jan. 30) and Bowling Green (Feb. 4) ... Made his career debut at Alaska (Oct. 9).

2008-09: Played in 62 games for the U.S. NTDP U-18 Team ... Led team with 120 PIM ... Recorded 20 goals, including one game-winning marker, in addition to notching 18 assists...Finished the season with 10 power-play goals, the second most on the team ... Won a gold medal with Team USA at the 2009 IIHF World Under-18 Championship and helped lead the U.S. to a first place finish at the 2009 U-18 Five Nations Tournament in Nykoping, Sweden.

2007-08: Played in 63 games for the U.S. NTDP U-17, registering 13-7-2 ... Ranked second on the team with four game-winning goals.