Kyle Brodziak

#28 C / St. Louis Blues / EXP: 12YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 212 lb Age: 33 College: None

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  • Brodziak scored his second goal of the season and added an assist in Saturday's win over Columbus. The fourth-line center looked good in the victory, firing six shots on goal in 1:17 of ice time. Brodziak has a 40-plus-point season to his name, but at this stage in his career, he's purely a bottom-six depth player. The 33-year-old can net the occasional goal, but he remains valuable in only the deepest of leagues.

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  • Blues' Kyle Brodziak: Logs assist in defeat
    By RotoWire Staff

    Brodziak was able to collect a secondary assist in Saturday's 3-2 overtime loss to Vegas. The 33-year-old made a slick zone entry pass, which Magnus Paajarvi buried seconds later on a wraparound. Brodziak has now recorded two points in his last three games after going pointless over the first six games of the season. Still, with Brodziak only averaging 11:26 of ice time and a bottom-six role seemingly set in stone, he'll be hard-pressed to sustain consistent offensive production.

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  • Blues' Kyle Brodziak: Scores against Vancouver
    By RotoWire Staff

    Brodziak scored a second-period goal and logged 15:41 of ice time during Thursday's win over the Canucks. While Brodziak has found the scoresheet in consecutive games and averaged 15:15 of ice time over his past seven outings, the veteran pivot is hardly a reliable fantasy asset. Still, the bump in ice time is the result of a center corps decimated with injuries, so he could continue to provide a fleeting boost of offense. You should still aim higher in the majority of fantasy settings, though.

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  • Blues' Kyle Brodziak: Returns to lineup Sunday
    By RotoWire Staff

    Brodziak returned to the lineup Sunday after being a healthy scratch the previous game and scored a goal on three shots over 13:04 of ice time in a 3-0 blanking of the Avalanche. When Brodziak popped up as a healthy scratch for the first time this season last Friday, we wondered whether the decision was fueled by a desire to evaluate the team's younger talent over the final five weeks of the season. Apparently not. Ivan Barbashev and Zach Sanford were scratched Sunday in favor of Brodziak and Nail Yakupov. Ultimately, these are third and fourth-liners, so there's little fantasy value to be gleaned from these players, but we are curious about the direction of the organization. St. Louis currently sits in eighth place in the Western Conference and is one losing streak away from irrelevance.

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  • Blues' Kyle Brodziak: Scratched Friday
    By RotoWire Staff

    Brodziak was a healthy scratch for Friday's 3-0 loss to the Jets. There wasn't much said about the decision, and St. Louis GM Doug Armstrong told the St. Louis Post-Disatch that the organization isn't "throwing in the towel," but the Blues have the whiff of a team that's playing out the string. Coach Mike Yeo had Ivan Barbashev centering the fourth line in place of the veteran Brodziak and newcomer Zach Sanford was active. Throw in youngster Magnus Paajarvi and it sure looks like Brodziak's playing time could take a hit while the organization pivots toward next season.

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