Brouwer potted his 10th goal of the season in a 5-2 win over the Senators on Thursday.
Out of the 11 full seasons Brouwer has skated, he failed to hit 10 goals only once -- scoring only six last season. However, with only 19 points in total this year with the Panthers, he will likely post the worst offensive output of his career. The 33-year-old ended Thursday's contest a plus-2 with a penalty, two shots and a hit.
Brouwer picked up an assist in Thursday's 4-2 win over the Sharks.
Brouwer has assists in consecutive games, and three points total in seven March appearances. For the season, the winger is up to 18 points (nine goals and assists apiece) in 63 outings. The winger should be able to reach 20 points again, but his bottom-six deployment minimizes his ability to generate offense.
Brouwer dished out two assists during Tuesday's 4-3 shootout loss to the Coyotes.
The two-point effort is Brouwer's first multi-point game of the season and puts the 33-year-old on a three-game point streak. With only 15 points in 55 games with the Panthers this season, it seems unlikely the 818-game NHL veteran will be able to find a new contract come July, but the Panthers may be interested in retaining his services.
Brouwer scored his eighth goal of the season in Monday's 4-3 overtime win against the Avalanche.
The veteran winger made his presence felt with four hits to go along with his tally, as well as two shots on goal. Brouwer has a modest 13 points in 54 games, while adding 121 hits for the year. He only averaged 12:07 a game entering the contest, skating primarily on the fourth line during his first year in Sunrise.
Brouwer threw six hits during a 4-2 win over Buffalo on Tuesday.
The output tied a season-high that Brouwer set on Feb. 10th, and also extended his team lead in points with a total of 110. The veteran winger has only one point in his last 20 games but still attempts to impact the game in other ways in his spot on the fourth line.
Brouwer had an assist on Denis Malgin's goal in Sunday's loss to Tampa Bay. He also had six hits and a shot on goal.
The assist was Brouwer's first point of the calendar year, with the most recent before that coming Dec. 28. His playing time has been sparse lately, as he'd been a scratch in six of the previous nine games.
Brouwer ended the game a plus-1 with three shots and a hit during a 4-3 shootout loss to the Oilers on Thursday.
In his last 21 games, Brouwer's totaled only three points as the Panthers' depth scoring has dried up significantly. After scoring five goals in eight games during mid-November, it looked as though Brouwer had found his scoring touch back, but it seems to have just been a flash in the pan.
Brouwer scored a goal in a 5-2 win over the Sabres on Tuesday.
With nine points in 31 games this year, the veteran probably isn't on too many fantasy rosters out there. That said, he's got seven goals on just 35 shots, so you could do worse than rolling him out there in daily formats when a decent matchup presents itself.
Brouwer scored in his third straight game during a 4-1 loss to the Hurricanes on Friday.
Now with five goals in his last eight games, Brouwer has contributed well as a depth scoring option for the Panthers. However, his shooting percentage is at a sky-high 28.6 percent, meaning his current streak isn't an indication of a career resurgence.
Brouwer scored his fourth of the season as the Panthers topped the Senators 7-5 on Monday.
The fourth line had been struggling for the Panthers, but Brouwer's goal was just one of many good moments for the line Monday. Michael Haley also scored his ninth career goal in his return to the team and Juho Lammikko added four assists. Brouwer has been able to add the occasional goal but has remained mostly quiet with five points in 17 games.
Brouwer fought Zack Kassian early in the second period during a 4-1 win over Edmonton on Thursday.
The Panthers had yet to score when Brouwer dropped mitts with Kassian but found the back of the net only three and a half minutes after the scrap. While Brouwer hasn't managed to add much offensively, he has been a strong veteran presence on the fourth line for the Cats.
Brouwer was practicing on the second line Wednesday after the Panthers have gone 0-2-2 to start the season, George Richards of The Athletic reports.
The Panthers' second line has struggled to open the season and head coach Bob Boughner has shuffled the lines in an effort to kick-start the offense. Brouwer was back on the fourth line during Thursday's practice, so it looks as though this was just a motivation move for Jonathan Huberdeau, whose spot Brouwer took Wednesday. Brouwer has a goal and an assist in four games this season.
Brouwer had a textbook redirect midway through the second period to give the Panthers the lead in their eventual 5-4 loss to the Blue Jackets on Thursday.
The fourth line of Brouwer, Colton Sceviour and Juho Lammikko was impactful for the Panthers in their second game of the series, but it was Brouwer who put the line on the scoresheet. After finding the back of the net only six times last season with Calgary, Brouwer seems to be re-energized with his new linemates in Florida. The fourth line outshot the opponents 8-2 during Thursday's loss and head coach Bob Boughner will be keeping the combination together for the near future.
Brouwer inked a one-year contract with Florida on Monday.
While Brouwer could add some veteran leadership to the lineup, he could just as easily find himself relegated to a spot in the press box from some of the Panthers' young prospects. The club also needs to decide whether to add Mark Letestu -- who is currently on a PTO -- to the 23-man roster, which further complicates Brouwer's position with the team.
Brouwer was officially bought out by the Flames on Friday.
Having cleared unconditional waivers, Brouwer now finds himself a free agent after the final two years of his contract were bought out. A $4.5 million cap hit would have been tough for most teams to take on, so if he does sign with an NHL club, it will likely be for a significantly reduced salary. The 32-year-old could instead opt for retirement or head overseas if no NHL deal materializes.
Brouwer was placed on unconditional waivers by Calgary on Thursday, with the team intending to buy out his contract.
Brouwer has two years remaining on a contract worth $4.5 million each year. The 32-year-old forward only managed 22 points (six goals, 16 assists) in 76 games last season, and Calgary will save $3 million throughout the next two seasons if another team fails to sign him by Friday.
Brouwer finished the 2017-18 campaign amid a 10-game goalless streak.
In addition to his goal drought, Brouwer also went nine games without a point, before picking up a pair of assists in the season finale. The winger failed to reach the 10-goal threshold for the first time since becoming a full time NHL player in 2008-09, as well as registering the fewest points in his career. Despite his struggles this past year, the veteran should continue to slot into a top-six role with the Flames and will have a chance to put 2017-18 in his rearview mirror.
Brouwer recorded a goal and an assist during Monday's 4-3 overtime loss to Pittsburgh.
After notching a first-period assist, Brouwer received a mid-game promotion to the No. 1 line with Sean Monahan and Johnny Gaudreau. The veteran's second-period tally tied the game, and it also gave Brouwer his second multi-point showing of the season. He's recorded just five goals and 14 assists for the campaign, so unless he sticks in a top-line gig, his fantasy value remains tied to deep settings.
Brouwer scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 5-1 win over Colorado.
The goal snapped a 16-game goal drought. The 32-year-old winger's role has changed and the days of 40-plus points are behind him. But Brouwer can still be clutch when needed. Unfortunately, there's no fantasy category for clutch.
Brouwer (face) has been cleared to play and will return to the lineup for Wednesday's road contest against the Golden Knights, Derek Wills of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.
Brouwer will need to be officially activated from injured reserve prior to playing in Wednesday evening's game, but barring a last-minute setback, there's no reason to think that the veteran winger won't return to action after a six-game absence. The Vancouver native is more of a physical presence than an offensive one, so expect him to see most of his action with Calgary's checking line.
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