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: A factor on the power play

    Brouwer had a goal and assist on the power play in Saturday night's 4-1 win over Minnesota. Brouwer's getting time on the second-unit of the Blues' power play, ranking seventh on the team in power-play TOI, but Saturday's points were his first since Nov. 12 on the man advantage. He's experienced a drop off in his first season with the Blues, largely due to a 25-game stretch from the middle of November to early January when he had just two points, but he's righted himself since with nine points in 14 games.

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    Blues' Troy Brouwer: Scores game-winning goal

    Brouwer netted the lone tally in Tuesday's defensive battle with the Predators. Brouwer has not met expectations in his first season with the Blues, registering 21 points in 53 contests, well off his pace from the 2014-15 campaign. Tuesday's outing saw the winger's ice time drop off, playing over a minute and a half less compared to his season average of 17:19. Overall, the 30-year-old's inconsistency makes him a risky start.

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    Blues' Troy Brouwer: Records two points Monday

    Brouwer scored a goal and added an assist in Monday's 5-2 win over Pittsburgh. He also fired a game-high six shots on goal and skated to a plus-2. Brouwer's ninth goal of the season at 2:10 of the third was the first of three unanswered tallies by St. Louis in the period, and also held up as the game-winner. The former Capital and Blackhawk has struggled in his first season with the Blues, scoring at an average of 0.39 points per game (19 in 49 games) after producing at a rate of 0.52 or higher in each of his last three full NHL campaigns.

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    Blues' Troy Brouwer: Sounds goal siren Friday

    Brouwer found the back of the net Friday night, but the Blues ended up losing to the Ducks in the shootout frame, 4-3. Brouwer controlled the puck along the side boards and juked around Ducks defenseman Korbinian Holzer to give him a clear path for his wrister that went past Ducks goalie John Gibson. Aside from that highlight, Brouwer added two hits and three blocked shots to round out his impressive showing. Still, the offensive production has been hard to come by for the 6-foot-3 winger -- Brouwer has just two goals for his only points since Nov. 23, a span of 21 games.

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    Blues' Troy Brouwer: Not meshing with Blues

    Brouwer has failed to write his name on the scoresheet in four consecutive games. Brouwer has floundered since the start of season, garnering a paltry six points in 25 contests. The winger scored at least 30 points in each of his four seasons with Washington, but has not lived up to expectations after the Blues traded for him in the offseason.

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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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