DALLAS, Texas – The NHL continues its offseason, and a former Black Bear has found a home for the coming year.
The Dallas Stars announced Saturday that the team had signed forward Brian Flynn to a one-year contract.
Flynn played for UMaine, and was a captain in his senior season before going pro in 2012. He played all but one game during his four years in Orono, only missing the second game in his freshman season. Flynn netted 69 goals and ended his career with the Black Bears with the 11th-most total points in program history.
The Stars are Flynn’s third team in six seasons. He began his NHL career as an undrafted free agent in Buffalo, then joined the Montreal Canadiens in his third season, where he stayed until the most recent move to the Lonestar State. Flynn has notched 61 career points in the NHL thus far.