Brett Clark

#5D,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 195
Born:
Birth Place: Wapella, Saskatchewan
Draft: 1996 6th round (154th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Young, established NHL players are resorting to camp tryouts
    ABC News

    Young, established NHL players are resorting to camp tryouts

    When Alex Chiasson found himself without a job halfway through the offseason, frustration began to set in. Even at age 26 with 106 points to his name in 320 NHL games, Chiasson wasn't tendered a contract by the Calgary Flames, and by late July his options were limited. In early September, he agreed to attend Washington Capitals training camp on a professional tryout agreement. "Every day is a tryout for me," Chiasson said. "Every day I've just got to prove that I belong and that I can earn a spot on the team." Chiasson is not alone. Almost 60 players are on similar PTOs around the league, though it's not all unproven commodities and grizzled veterans trying to show they still have something left

  • Jagr may be gone, but the Florida Panthers top line remains top notch
    Miami Herald

    Jagr may be gone, but the Florida Panthers top line remains top notch

    When Jaromir Jagr first came to the Panthers in 2014, Sasha Barkov was just 19 and was so in awe of the legendary forward that he just couldn't believe they were going to be teammates. “I saw the trade come across and I didn't think it was real,” Barkov said a few years back. “It was all I could think of in that game that night.” Not only were Barkov and the future Hall of Famer teammates, but they were put on the same line together. Their chemistry was instant. A few years later and Barkov has evolved into one of the best young centers in the game. Jonathan Huuberdeau, also lined up with Jagr since 2014, has blossomed into a slick goal-scorer with terrific hands and vision. “I enjoyed playing

  • Fantasy hockey breakouts and players in new places
    ESPN.com

    Fantasy hockey breakouts and players in new places

    Sean Allen Special to ESPN.com Sean Allen is a fantasy analyst for ESPN.com. He was the 2008 and 2009 Fantasy Sports Writers Association Hockey Writer of the Year. You can tweet him @seanard. Follow on Twitter A key to striking gold in fantasy is reading the signs. Every roster won't have Connor McDavid on it, so savvy fantasy players need to locate hidden value. Good places to start include potential breakout candidates and players who landed on a new team in the offseason. A "breakout," for fantasy purposes or otherwise, isn't precisely defined, but it is certainly a term we see a lot of in the sports world. But what exactly constitutes a breakout? For the purposes of identifying potential