The Blues reassigned Brouwer (illness) to AHL San Antonio on Sunday, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Brouwer has missed the past two games with a sickness, but he's often a healthy scratch anyway. The Blues sent him down following the All-Star break, but it wasn't clear if the veteran winger would report to the minor-league affiliate. That will come into question again, and the team may give him a few days to ponder his options.
Brouwer (illness) won't play against the Predators on Saturday, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Brouwer is an occasional healthy scratch and was waived Jan. 26, so his absence won't shake up the lineup. His next chance to play will be Sunday's rematch versus the Preds.
Brouwer is dealing with an illness that will sideline him against Vegas on Thursday, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Brouwer has struggled to crack the lineup for the Blues with any consistency. Even when the veteran does play, he is averaging a meager 9:28 of ice time. It would likely take a significant number of injuries for Brouwer to jump up to a top-six role and even then, he is unlikely to offer much in terms of fantasy value.
The Blues recalled Brouwer from AHL San Antonio on Wednesday, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
The Blues got healthy over the All-Star break so they waived Brouwer and assigned him to minors. However, after two games, the injury bug has reappeared and they placed Oskar Sundqvist (lower body) on IR. Brouwer will likely serve as a healthy scratch during this NHL stint, and he tops out as a fourth-line forward.
General manager Doug Armstrong said Brouwer has cleared waivers and has been assigned to AHL San Antonio, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Brouwer was brought aboard off a PTO due to a plethora of injuries to the Blues' forward corps but now the team is healthy and his services are no longer necessary. As a result, Armstrong said he's giving Brouwer a week to ponder his options, which means the 34-year-old winger may not report to the minors. The Blues could also seek trade options for Brouwer at the deadline, but he likely won't bring in much of a haul after posting just one point over 10 games this year.
The Blues waived Brouwer on Sunday, James Mirtle of The Athletic reports.
The defending champs brought the 34-year-old winger aboard after a slew of injuries, but he only played 10 of 31 games, posting a goal and dishing out 19 hits. The Blues should get Sammy Blais (wrist) back soon, so Brouwer's move will free up a roster spot. If he clears waivers, he'll land with AHL San Antonio.
Brouwer has been a healthy scratch for 10 straight games.
The Blues are fairly healthy right now, so Brouwer can't get back in the fold. He's only played 10 games this year and recorded one point. Considering Sammy Blais (wrist) is nearing a return, this could become the status quo for the journeyman.
Brouwer pitched in a goal during a 5-2 loss to Buffalo on Tuesday.
Brouwer was playing in just his eighth game of 2019-20, picking up his first point of the season in a losing cause. The 34-year-old does not deserve fantasy consideration this year, strange considering Brouwer had spent so many seasons racking up anywhere between 20 and 40 points.
Brouwer (immigration) had one shot on goal in 9:01 of playing time in Monday's 3-2 shootout loss to Nashville.
Brouwer was in the St. Louis lineup for the first time all season after resolving his visa issues. He saw limited ice time and did not hit the scoresheet outside of his one hit. The 34-year-old figures to fill a fourth-line depth role for the Blues after recording 12 goals and 21 points in 75 games last season with Florida.
Brouwer (immigration) will play in Monday's game against the Predators.
Brouwer's visa issues were cleared up, so he'll make his start his second stint with the Blues. The 34-year-old brings a valued veteran presence to the club after spending the 2015-16 season and an encouraging playoff run with the Blues. Brouwer figures to slot in on the fourth line.
Brouwer (immigration) is considered a game-time decision for Tuesday's game against the Predators.
Brouwer's still waiting for his visa issues to be resolved, and he's expected to play if it's done in time. If not, coach Craig Berube will likely deploy Nathan Walker -- who was recalled from AHL San Antonio on Sunday -- on the fourth line.
Brouwer (vias issues) was designated as a non-roster player Sunday, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
This is simply a paper move so the Blues can get some depth in the lineup until Brouwer gets his visa issues cleared up. It's unclear when that will be, but it could happen as early as this week.
Brouwer (visa issues) won't play in Saturday's game against the Predators, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
Brouwer signed a one-year deal with the Blues on Wednesday after multiple injuries to the team's forward corps, but his season debut will be put on hold. The 34-year-old winger is expected to play in the bottom six when he's ready, and he adds a veteran presence as well as a scoring touch. Brouwer posted 12 goals and 21 points with the Panthers last year, and he'll look to clear up his visa concerns by Monday's matchup against the Predators.
Brouwer signed a one-year contract worth $750,000 with the Blues on Wednesday.
Following long-term injuries to Vladimir Tarasenko (shoulder) and Alex Steen (ankle), the Blues brought in Brouwer on a professional tryout agreement. Now, Sammy Blais will miss 10 weeks with a wrist injury, so the Blues will bring Brouwer aboard full-time to add depth and a valued veteran presence to the lineup. The 34-year-old scored 12 goals and added nine assists for the Panthers last year.
Brouwer signed a professional tryout agreement with the Blues on Monday.
Brouwer played a key role in the Blues' run to the 2016 Western Conference finals, as he registered 18 goals and 39 points in the regular season and stacked up another 13 points in the playoffs. The Blues let him walk in free agency, and Brouwer spent two years with the Flames and one with the Panthers, marking 25 or fewer points in each campaign. It makes sense that the Blues are affording the 34-year-old winger another shot with the team since Vladimir Tarasenko (shoulder) is out until late March, as the former brings veteran experience to the table and could serve as a physical force to the bottom six.
Brouwer has been released from his professional tryout with the Panthers.
He did not play in the team's preseason game on Tuesday, and with the glut of talented young forwards, the Panthers decided not to bring back the veteran winger. Last season with Florida, Brouwer scored 12 goals and 21 points while averaging a career-low 12:41 in ice time.
Brouwer will attend Florida's training camp on a professional tryout agreement.
Brouwer was a decent bottom-six contributor for the Panthers last season, notching 12 goals and 21 points in 75 contests. However, even if he's able to secure a deal with the team for the 2019-20 campaign, he won't be a viable fantasy option.
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.
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