Troy Brouwer

#36 RW / Calgary Flames / EXP: 11YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 213 lb Age: 32 College: None

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  • Brouwer failed to record a point for the sixth consecutive game during Sunday's 5-4 win over New Jersey. The veteran has just two assists through 14 games, and it's a discouraging start after he posted his lowest point total (25) since establishing himself as an NHL regular during the 2008-09 campaign. Brouwer is receiving some power-play time (1:45 per contest), but he's also being utilized in a foruth-line role at even strength, so he's not in a favorable fantasy setup. It's probably best to leave the 32-year-old winger on the waiver wire in the majority of seasonal settings.

  • Brouwer registered an assist in Saturday's win over the Canucks. Brouwer's fantasy value has been declining ever since he was designated to a fourth-line role, but it's good to seem him make a contribution. The 32-year-old has hit 20 goals on several occasions in his career, but his ice time has taken a hit in Calgary and he no longer sees power-play time, making him worth owning in only the deepest of fantasy formats.

  • Flames' Troy Brouwer: Left unprotected by Flames
    By RotoWire Staff

    Brouwer will be exposed to the Golden Knights in the upcoming expansion draft, Eric Francis of Sportsnet reports. The alternate captain does have a modified no-trade clause in his contract, with two years remaining on the deal at $4.5 million. If Brouwer ends up in a Golden Knights sweater, the Vegas team will benefit from the winger's versatility and special teams acumen. This past season -- his first with Calgary -- Brouwer added 13 goals, 12 assists and 171 hits in 74 games.

  • Brouwer finished the 2016-17 campaign with only 13 goals and 25 points. The 31-year-old regressed in his debut in Alberta, as his goal, assist and point totals were all his lowest since his rookie season in 2008-09 with Chicago. Brouwer wasn't able to hold down the plum role on the team's top line next to studs Sean Monahan and Johnny Gaudreau as many forecasted he would, but instead spent most of the year in the bottom six while averaging his lowest amount of ice time (16:13) since 2010-11. It's also worth mentioning that his 86 shots on goal were a career low, so his fantasy outlook heading into 2017-18 remains murky at best.

  • Flames' Troy Brouwer: Lackluster defensively Tuesday
    By RotoWire Staff

    Brouwer went minus-2 in Tuesday's 3-1 loss to the Ducks. The Flames were chased for three unanswered goals to end the game and goalie Chad Johnson left with a lower-body injury, so it was an all-around rough night for Calgary's hockey club. Brouwer remains an enigmatic offensive producer with only 24 points (13 goals, 11 assists) in 72 games and none over the past four.

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