RW 6'1" 210
Born: May 29, 1992
Birthplace: Bloomfield Hills, MI
Shoots: Right
Drafted: Undrafted

Career Statistics

        Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League   GP G A PTS PIM   GP G A PTS PIM
2010-11 Boston College NCAA   29 0 1 1 8   - - - - -
2011-12 Boston College NCAA   13 1 0 1 6   - - - - -
2012-13 Boston College NCAA   38 5 6 11 14   - - - - -
2013-14 Boston College NCAA   40 15 15 30 30   - - - - -
2014-15 Carolina NHL   7 0 0 0 4   - - - - -
  Charlotte AHL   60 2 8 10 34   - - - - -
2015-16 Carolina NHL   7 1 1 2 4   - - - - -
  Charlotte AHL   70 13 12 25 29   - - - - -
2016-17 Charlotte AHL   66 12 16 28 45   5 1 0 1 0
  Carolina NHL   14 0 0 0 0   - - - - -
2017-18 Charlotte AHL   68 7 20 27 61   8 1 2 3 0
   
AHL TOTALS   264 34 56 90 169   13 2 2 4 0
NHL TOTALS   28 1 1 2 8   - - - - -
PRO TOTALS   292 35 57 92 177   13 2 2 4 0

Biography

Patrick Brown
Finished the 2017-18 season ranked eighth on the Checkers’ all-time list for games played (264) … Ranked third with eight shorthanded points, was fifth with three shorthanded goals and was tied for second with five shorthanded assists.

PERSONAL

Father, Doug Brown, played 14 NHL seasons with the New Jersey Devils and Detroit Red Wings, winning two Stanley Cups ... Grandfather Wellington Mara was co-owner of the New York Giants from 1959-2005 ... Actresses Kate and Rooney Mara are his cousins ... Uncle Greg Brown is an associate coach at Boston College ... Favorite team growing up was the Detroit Red Wings and his favorite player was his dad ... Favorite type of music is 90s alternative rock and his favorite band is Blink-182 ... Favorite movie is Old School and favorite TV show is Game of Thrones ... Favorite food is lobster and favorite place to visit is Maine ... Lists his biggest talent outside of hockey as ping pong ... Favorite thing to do away from the rink is play golf ... Favorite team outside of hockey is the New York Giants.

2017-18

Completed his fourth professional season and fourth with the Checkers … Served as team captain for the second consecutive season … Recorded a career-best 20 assists … Ranked fourth on the team with a plus-18 rating and tied for fourth with 61 penalty minutes, both of which were career highs … Tied for sixth on the team with a career-high four power-play goals and was one of five Checkers to score a shorthanded goal … Had two assists and was plus-3 in the Checkers’ season-opening victory at HFD (10/6) … Picked up a career-high 15 penalty minutes for fighting at puck drop vs. UTI (10/29) … Scored a season-high two goals, including his fourth power-play tally of the season, in a 5-2 win vs. LV (12/13) … Recorded a goal, an assist and a plus-3 rating vs. LV (12/30), marking the fourth multi-point game in his last eight outings … Scored on a shorthanded breakaway vs. HFD (3/10) … Picked up an assist vs. HER (4/8) to extend his assist/point streak to a season-long three games (4a) … Scored the Checkers’ only goal to tie the game in the second period of what would eventually become the longest game in AHL history, a five-overtime loss in Game 4 vs. LV (5/9).

2016-17

Split his third professional season between the Checkers and Hurricanes, playing a career-high 14 games at the NHL level … Began the season as an alternate captain and later named team captain following Matt Tennyson’s promotion to the NHL on 11/12 … Ranked fifth on the Checkers with 12 goals and tied for sixth with a career-high 28 points … Tied for first on the team with three shorthanded points (1g, 2a) … Had two assists at IA (10/21), giving him points in each of the season’s first three games (1g, 3a) … Scored the game-winning goal with 5:36 remaining in regulation at IA (11/10) … Scored the game-winning goal with one second remaining in regulation vs. CHI (11/22) … Assisted on Sergey Tolchinsky’s game-winning goal with 2:47 remaining in regulation vs. CLE (1/14), giving him three points (2g, 1a) in his last four games … Ran off a career-best, three-game goal streak (3g, 1a) from 2/3-2/10 … Scored goals in consecutive games from 2/24-2/25 (2g), giving him five in his last nine games … Recalled by Carolina on 3/1 and returned on 3/26 after playing 14 NHL games … Had shorthanded assists in consecutive games at CLE (3/28-3/30) … Put together a season-long, four-game point streak (1g, 5a) from 4/4-4/9, giving him 15 points (6g, 9a) in 19 AHL games from 2/3-4/9 … Recorded his first Calder Cup Playoff goal/point in Game 3 of the Checkers’ first-round series at CHI (4/23).

2015-16

Completed his second professional season and second with the Checkers, serving as alternate captain for the first time … Set a career high with 13 goals … Ranked eighth on the team in scoring and tied for fifth in goals … Ranked second on the team with two shorthanded points (1g, 1a) … Scored his first two goals of the season, one of which was the first shorthanded tally of his career and the other of which held up as the game winner, in the Checkers’ third game of the season at MIL (10/16). His two goals equaled his total from his 60-game rookie season … Assisted on David Wohlberg’s shorthanded goal that held up as the game winner at SJ (12/28) … Recorded his second two-goal outing of the season at IA (1/29) … Recorded his third multi-point game of the season with a goal and an assist vs. RFD (3/12) … Extended his point streak to a career-best four games (2g, 3a) with the Checkers’ first goal in an eventual 4-1 win vs. RFD (3/13) … Recalled to Carolina for the first time this season on 3/25 and played his first NHL game since 10/24/14 vs. NYI the following day … Scored the first two points of his NHL career and posted a plus-3 rating in the Hurricanes’ win vs. NYR (3/31) … Returned to Charlotte on 4/8 after posting two points (1g, 1a) in seven NHL games with Carolina … Had nine points (3g, 6a) and a plus-7 rating in 11 AHL games between 3/8-4/10.

2014-15

Completed his first professional season … Ranked second on the team and tied for second among AHL rookies with two shorthanded assists … Began the season with the Carolina Hurricanes and made his professional and NHL debut in the Hurricanes’ opener vs. NYI (10/10) … Reassigned to Charlotte on 10/17, played his first two AHL games vs. GR on 10/17 and 10/18 and returned to the NHL on 10/19 … Appeared in each of Carolina’s first seven games of the season … Reassigned to Charlotte for the final time this season on 10/28 … Recorded his first pro point, an assist on Greg Nemisz’ opener, vs. HAM (11/2) … Scored his first pro goal, the eventual game winner, vs. TEX (1/4) … Assisted on Alex Aleardi’s goal to record points in back-to-back games (1g, 1a) for the first time in his career … Earned his first career fighting major from a bout against Julius Honka at TEX (1/31) … Picked up his first career shorthanded point with the lone assist on Chad LaRose’s goal vs. IA (2/18) … Had the lone assist on LaRose’s shorthanded opener vs. OKC (4/3) … Scored the Checkers’ first goal of the game vs. RFD (4/12), giving him three points (1g, 2a) in his last four games.

COLLEGE

Totaled 43 points (21g, 22a) in 120 games over four years at Boston College ... Ranked third in goals (15) and fourth in points (30) while serving as team captain in his senior season at BC ... Scored the game-winning goal of the Beanpot final against Northeastern his senior year ... Helped the team to back-to-back Hockey East titles in his freshman and sophomore years and an NCAA National Championship in 2011-12.