Troy Brouwer

#36 RW / St. Louis Blues / EXP: 9YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 213 lb Age: 30 College: None

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      Blues' Troy Brouwer: Crafty goal Monday

      Brouwer switched on the goal light in Monday night's 2-1 win over the Sabres. Brouwer was in the way of a Kevin Shattenkirk shot attempt but effectively controlled the puck and did a nifty backhand sweep into the net. This was the fifth goal of the season for Brouwer, who's on pace for a career-high 47 points in his first year wearing blue.

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      Blues' Troy Brouwer: Extends point streak to four games Thursday

      Brouwer scored a power-play goal in Thursday's 6-3 loss to the Rangers, extending his points streak to four games. Brouwer managed to grab an assist in each of his past three games and pulled the Blues to within a goal to end the second period. It doesn't matter who his linemates are, Brouwer continues to put together one of his best starts in recent memory.

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      Blues' Troy Brouwer: Grabs empty-net goal Tuesday

      Brouwer secured a win against the Lightning on Tuesday night with an empty-net goal. Brouwer proved that an empty netter isn't an automatic freebie, as he still had to aim around a defender and shoot the puck from close proximity to center ice. He now has eight points (3 goals, 5 assists) on the season, which currently has him tied with Alexander Steen for the second-highest point total behind Vladamir Tarasenko and his nine combined goals and assists.

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      Blues' Troy Brouwer scores breakaway goal in Tuesday's win

      Brouwer scored a breakaway goal and added an assist in Tuesday's win against Calgary. Captain David Backes sprung Brouwer on a breakaway early in the second period and the veteran winger would not be denied. He sent a quick wrist shot that beat Jonas Hiller stick-side to tie the game 2-2. Brouwer has made his presence felt early on in his first season with St. Louis, with three points in three games. Perhaps the most telling stat was his ice time, as Brouwer led all Blues forwards with 18:54. The bump in playing time may lead to a bump in production for Brouwer this season.

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      Blues RW Troy Brouwer will play Saturday vs. Wild

      Blues winger Troy Brouwer (lower body) will play Saturday against the Wild. Brouwer suffered a minor injury in Thursday's season opener, but it will not prevent him from taking the ice Saturday night. While he picked up the injury Thursday, he did notch his first goal of the season, took five shots on goal, and posted a plus-one rating.

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      Blues' Troy Brouwer: Expected to play Saturday

      Brouwer (lower body) is expected to play Saturday against the Wild, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Brouwer is apparently a little banged up following Thursday's 3-1 win over the Oilers, but is expected to play Saturday against Minnesota. His status will be confirmed prior to puck drop, but if he's unable to go, Scottie Upshall is expected to take his place in the Blues' lineup.

    • Brouwer Packaged To St. Louis In Four-Player Deal

      News: Troy Brouwer was traded to the Blues on Wednesday along with goalie Pheonix Copley and a 2016 third-round draft pick in exchange for forward T.J. Oshie, reports.
      Analysis: Troy Brouwer was a model of consistency during his time in the NHL scoring between 30 and 45 points in six of his seven full seasons. However, despite often receiving the opportunity to skate next to a world-class talent in Alex Ovechkin, Brouwer never provided the breakout season the Capitals were counting on. Nonetheless, he's still a more-than-serviceable second- or third-line talent, though he'll face more obstacles to ice time in St. Louis. The Blues are eager to make room on the roster for youngsters Dmitrij Jaskin and Ty Rattie, either or whom could cut into Brouwer's minutes as the season progresses. Brouwer will enter the final year of his contract and carries a cap hit of $3.67 million.
    • Caps' Brouwer Gets First Point Of Playoffs

      News: Troy Brouwer recorded an assist during Washington's 5-1 rout of the Islanders in Thursday's Game 5.
      Analysis: Demoted to the third line with Andre Burakovsky and Jay Beagle, Troy Brouwer grabbed an assist on Karl Alzner's game-winning goal in the second period, his first point in five playoff games this season. Still getting work on the first power-play unit, Brouwer has the ability to put up decent point totals in playoff pools if he indeed has snapped out of his funk, but has only managed three goals since the beginning of March.
    • Caps' Brouwer Records Two Helpers In Win

      News: Troy Brouwer recorded two assists in Wednesday's 3-0 win over the Bruins.
      Analysis: The winger has been solid again this year, and now has four points in his last three games. His point totals have consistently been right around 40 for his entire career, so with 43 points to date this season, he shouldn't be surprising fantasy owners at all.
    • Caps' Brouwer: Goal And Assist In OT Loss

      News: Troy Brouwer scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's overtime loss to Ottawa.
      Analysis: His 41 points are consistent with his typical output and as usual, he delivers in fits and spurts. He has three goals and two assists in his last five games, so weigh your options -- he might deliver some fantasy goodness to your squad.
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