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Troy Brouwer | Winger | #36

Team: Calgary Flames
Age / DOB:  (31) / 8/17/1985
Ht / Wt:  6'3' / 213
Drafted: 2004 / Rd. 7 (214) / CHI
Contract: view contract details

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Troy Brouwer is very optimistic about Calgary's future.
"It reminds me of the really early years in Chicago," the newcomer was saying prior to hitting the links of Country Hills Golf Club. "When I got to Washington, they were a little further along. The young bodies on this team, the young kids, the way they play the game … with (Brian) Elliott in net, I feel we have an unbelievable goalie, with him and Johnson. Our D-corps are absolutely phenomenal, we just have to make sure they have confidence to move the puck. The previous coaches have kind of hindered them a little bit. Then, our forward group. Young. Lots of energy. Lots of speed. Lots of skill. It’s going to be a fun group to play with." Brouwer, who inked a four-year deal with Calgary over the summer, won the Stanley Cup with Chicago and has also enjoyed stints with Washington and St. Louis. Keep an eye on him because he might end up on a line with Sean Monahan and Johnny Gaudreau. Sep 21 - 4:59 AM
Source: Calgary Sun

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Troy Brouwer could be a good fit on Calgary's top line this season.

He inked a four-year contract with the Flames on the first day of free agency. Brouwer plays a physical game and he can chip in offensively, which gives him some fantasy value. He is likely to get some looks with Sean Monahan and Johnny Gaudreau, which has the potential to give him a boost.
Aug 7 - 1:56 PM

GM Brad Treliving was surprised when he found out that Troy Brouwer was building a home in Calgary.

Brouwer signed a four-year deal Friday with the Flames and told Treliving that he was building a place for his family in Calgary on June 25th, the first day prospective UFAs could talk to other teams. "It was during this dating period or whatever it is, and his agent told me, ‘You know what? He’s in Calgary. He’s building a house there,’ " Treliving said with a chuckle. "So my first thought was ‘Oh, yeah, that’s probably what he’s saying to 29 other teams. He’s probably building a place in Washington and Philly and Boston.’ And he’s like, ‘No, seriously, he’s building a house.’ " Brouwer had 18 goals and 39 points for the Blues last season but was prolific in the playoffs with eight goals and 13 points in 20 games, Look for a 20 goal, 45 point season from the veteran.
Source: Calgary Sun
Jul 2 - 8:13 AM

Troy Brouwer has signed a four-year contract with Calgary.

His new deal has an annual average value of $4.5 million. Brouwer had 18 goals and 39 points in 82 matches with St. Louis last year.
Jul 1 - 12:27 PM

Troy Brouwer has spoken to a few teams during the interview period prior to free agency.

Brouwer can test the unrestricted free agent market on Friday. He played well for the Blues in the playoffs with eight goals and 13 points in 20 games, so he has attracted plenty of interest.
Jun 29 - 3:24 PM

Troy Brouwer reiterated that he's interested in re-signing with the St. Louis Blues.

"I don't know what exactly what the cap situation is," Brouwer said. "I know it's a business and I know they have young guys coming up for contracts in a year or two. You can't just look at this season. You have to look forward to what their cap situations are going to be in years to come but it's definitely a team and a city, a franchise I would love to come back if the opportunity makes itself available." Brouwer is eligible to become a UFA after completing his three-year, $11 million deal. He also seems open to playing for his hometown Vancouver Canucks.
Source: In the Slot
Jun 2 - 4:24 PM

Troy Brouwer has thought about joining the Vancouver Canucks in free agency.

"Family and friends, playing for my hometown — it would be an experience for sure," he told Vancouver's News 1130 Sports on Monday. Brouwer is open to returning to the Blues if that works out too, but he can become an unrestricted free agent in July.
May 30 - 5:27 PM

Troy Brouwer would like to be back with St. Louis next season.

"It's a spot that we really enjoyed this year," Brouwer said. "I don't know exactly what the cap situation is. I know it's a business, and I know they have young guys coming up for contracts in a year or two. You can't just look at this season, you have to look forward to what their cap situation is going to be in years to come. But it's definitely a team and a city and a franchise that I would love to come back to if the opportunity makes itself available." He earned 18 goals and 39 points in 82 games during his first and possibly only season with the Blues. Brouwer had eight goals and 13 points in 20 playoff contests.
May 28 - 4:48 PM

Troy Brouwer netted a goal in the Blues' 6-3 loss to San Jose Monday night.

Brouwer has eight goals and and 13 points in 19 postseason contests. Three of those eight goals have come in his last two games.
May 24 - 10:17 AM

Troy Brouwer was impressed by the way his team played in Game 4 of the Western Conference Final against the Sharks.

The Blues entered the game trailing 2-1 in the series, but they were outplayed in each of the first three games. They bounced-bcak in Game 4, as they came away with a dominant 6-3 win. "I thought we went back to our roots, what made us successful in the regular season and in playoffs," Brouwer said. "We were able to create chances from below the goal line rather than off the rush. Collectively and individually, guys really brought a great game tonight."
May 22 - 9:29 AM

Troy Brouwer notched two goals in the Blues’ 6-3 win against the Sharks in Game 4 of the West Final on Saturday night.

Brouwer scored two power play goals — once in the first period and another in the third, the second one giving the Blues a 5-1 lead. Despite going three games without a point, Brouwer has been impressive in the playoffs, with seven goals and 12 points in 18 games. Kyle Brodziak (two goals), Alex Pietrangelo and Jori Lehtera got the other goals. The effort has tied up the series at two apiece.
May 21 - 10:19 PM

The St. Louis Blues have been better on the road than they have been at home during the 2016 playoffs.

The Blues have a 3-4 record at home, but they've managed to go 5-2 on the road this spring. They've also scored 20 goals at the Scotttrade Center and 25 goals in enemy territory. "At home, not that we get away from that, but we try to make a couple more plays," forward Troy Brouwer said. "You’re always going to be a little bit more comfortable in your building trying to make plays, trying to create a little bit more. That’s something that we have to recognize a little bit better when we’re at home when those plays are there to be made and when they’re not." The Blues' opponent in the third round, the San Jose Sharks, performed much better on the road than they did at home during the regular season in '15-16.
May 15 - 10:32 AM

Troy Brouwer produced a goal and two assists in the Blues' 6-1 victory against Dallas in Game 7.

The win advanced St. Louis into the Western Conference Final for just the seventh time in franchise history and the first time since 2001. The trio of Brouwer, Paul Stastny and Robby Fabbri combined for three goals and nine points in the contest. Brouwer has five goals and 10 points in 14 postseason matches.
May 12 - 9:23 AM

Troy Brouwer will play in his eighth consecutive Game 7 on Wednesday night.

The Stars extended Brouwer's NHL record with a 3-2 win over the Blues on Monday in Game 6. He scored the game-winning goal for St. Louis in Game 7 versus Chicago in Round 1 and he has produced five points in six contests against Dallas in Round 2.
May 10 - 1:18 PM

Troy Brouwer has put up seven points in his last seven games.

The 30-year-old has come through with some solid performances in the second round. Brouwer has two multi-point games in his last four outings. The Blues have a chance to close out their best-of-seven series against Dallas on Monday night.
May 8 - 9:27 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
C1Sean Monahan
2Mikael Backlund
3Matt Stajan
4Linden Vey
LW1Johnny Gaudreau
2Sam Bennett
3Lance Bouma
4Hunter Shinkaruk
5Brandon Bollig
6Matthew Tkachuk
RW1Michael Frolik
2Troy Brouwer
3Alex Chiasson
4Micheal Ferland
D1Mark Giordano
2T.J. Brodie
3Dennis Wideman
4Dougie Hamilton
5Ladislav Smid
6Jyrki Jokipakka
7Deryk Engelland
8Oliver Kylington
G1Brian Elliott
2Chad Johnson