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T.J. Brodie | Defenseman

Team: Calgary Flames
Age / DOB:  (24) / 6/7/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 182
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T.J. Brodie was on the ice for three Sabres goals in Calgary's 4-3 loss on Thursday.
Brodie finished the game with a minus-two rating. "You just try to forget about those ones," Brodie said. "It's definitely not the kind of game I want to play, but there's going to be nights like that. It's just a matter of getting back to the way I was playing." Brodie has been great this season and his rating is still an impressive plus-17, so we're not particularly worried about him at this stage. Dec 12 - 10:02 AM
Source: Calgary Sun

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T.J. Brodie had two assists in Calgary's 2-0 win over San Jose on Wednesday.

It was Brodie's second straight multi-point game. He has five goals and 20 points in 24 games in 2014-15.
Source: Calgary Sun
Nov 27 - 8:31 AM

T.J. Brodie scored his career-high fifth goal of the season and added an assist in the Flames' 3-2 loss to Anaheim on Tuesday.

Brodie was inches away from another goal as he railed the post minutes after getting the Flames on the board with their first goal of the game. The breakout blue-liner was a plus-1 and logged 24:20 of ice time in another outstanding effort. He now has 18 points in 23 games this season. Jiri Hudler scored the other goal for the Flames. Mark Giordano and Curtis Glencross each picked up helpers.
Nov 26 - 2:30 AM

T.J. Brodie registered three assists in Calgary’s 6-2 beating of Montreal on Sunday.

Brodie was fantastic on the blue line for the Flames tonight. He played 24:21 and was a plus-two. The 24-year-old now has four goals and 12 points and is a plus-seven this season. He won’t be able to keep producing at this pace, but he will continue to be a solid fantasy option going forward.
Nov 2 - 9:36 PM

T.J. Brodie has agreed to a five-year extension with the Calgary Flames.

According to Elliotte Friedman, Brodie's new contract will have an annual average value of $4.65 million. The 24-year-old blueliner co-leads the league in scoring among defensemen with seven points and three goals in seven games.
Oct 20 - 2:44 PM

There's reportedly a good chance that the Calgary Flames will sign T.J. Brodie on Monday.

Brodie is expected to ink a five-year deal that will come with a cap hit around $4.65 million. He's arguably been Calgary's best player so far this season with seven points in seven games while logging 25:09 minutes per contest.
Source: Calgary Sun
Oct 20 - 7:57 AM

Troy Brodie and the Flames are nearing an agreement on a five-year contract extension according to Bob McKenzie of TSN.

McKenzie says that the extension hasn't been signed but that it will be a five-year deal worth over $4.5 million annually.
Oct 19 - 1:41 PM

The Flames have begun negotiations with T.J. Brodie on an extension, according to HNIC's Elliotte Friedman.

The defenseman is making $2.5 million in the final year of a two-year, $4.25 bridge deal and would be a restricted free agent this offseason. Brodie, 24, is a rising star in the league and already one of the game's best blueliners. After a four-goal, 31-point 2013-14 campaign, Brodie already has two goals and six points in six games this year, and he should continue to see his offensive game develop. He and Mark Giordano have formed a superb pair in Calgary.
Oct 18 - 9:28 PM

T.J. Brodie extended his point streak to five games on Friday with an assist.

Brodie did not pick up a point in the Flames first contest but has managed to hit the scoresheet in every game since. The defenseman has two goals and six points and should be in your lineup at this time.
Source: Calgary Sun
Oct 18 - 5:29 AM

T.J. Brodie had a goal and an assist in Tuesday's 3-2 shootout win over Nashville.

That gives Brodie four points in four games this season. He's a solid offensive defenseman that is capable of flirting with the 30-point mark in 2014-15.
Source: Calgary Sun
Oct 15 - 5:22 AM

T.J. Brodie is being asked to shoot more this season.

"Looking back last year, there's a lot of chances I had that I didn't take advantage of because I tried to pass instead of shoot," Brodie said. "That's the difference between five or 10 goals and that's the difference between us winning a couple games, especially with all of those one-goal games last year." That might sound like an easy fix, but Brodie will be fighting against his habits as he's always been a pass-first type of player. He had four goals on 104 shots while logging 24:03 minutes per game last season.
Sep 23 - 9:50 AM

TJ Brodie scored the only goal of the game, as the Calgary Flames defeated the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday night.

Calgary and Edmonton played two split-squad games on Sunday. This game was played in Calgary. Max Reinhart and Mark Giordano collected assists on Brodie’s second period power-play goal. The 24-year-old defenseman should get his fair share of opportunity on the Flames' power-play this season. He registered 4 goals and 31 points in 81 games last season. Calgary goaltenders Jonas Hiller and Brad Thiessen each made eight saves to earn the shutout.
Sep 21 - 10:48 PM

T.J. Brodie and Mark Giordano were both plus-five on Saturday.

Well, that has to help your fantasy team with a big night like that. Brodie also chipped in with a couple of assists, giving him 23 assists and 27 points in 71 games while jumping to plus-two on the 26th place Flames. Keep an eye on him for next season.
Mar 24 - 5:11 AM

Coach Bob Hartley thinks that defenseman T.J. Brodie can be a dominating defenseman in the NHL.

"He can be a dominant NHL defenseman — that's for sure," Hartley said. "T.J. doesn't know how good he is. That's gonna grow with maturity, with experience ...he's still a very young player. You look at that third period (Friday) — even on the bench, the players were commenting and saying, 'Wow'. He was dominant in his skating and puck moving, and he finally shot some pucks. He'll be a force for us." The 23-year-old blueliner has only three goals and 17 points in 52 games this season with a minus-12 rating, but take him next season if you believe the words of Bob Hartley.
Source: Calgary Sun
Jan 26 - 6:11 AM

T.J. Brodie took a costly hooking penalty with less than a minute left in the third period of Thursday's tie game against Detroit.

Calgary managed to stay alive long enough to send the game to overtime, but Detroit converted on the power play during the overtime period. "Not a good feeling," said Brodie. "Something that's definitely preventable. But at the same time, we got a point. Definitely could be worse." For his part, Flames coach Bob Hartley wasn't particularly hard on Brodie after the game and instead questioned whether or not Brodie was really guilty of hooking. Brodie also registered an assist on Thursday.
Fri, Dec 20, 2013 09:12:00 AM

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C1Sean Monahan
2Max Reinhart
3Matt Stajan
4Markus Granlund
5Mikael Backlund
6Paul Byron
7Sam Bennett
LW1Curtis Glencross
2Johnny Gaudreau
3Brandon Bollig
4Mason Raymond
5Lance Bouma
RW1Jiri Hudler
2Josh Jooris
3David Jones
4Joe Colborne
5Brian McGrattan
D1Mark Giordano
2Dennis Wideman
3T.J. Brodie
4Kris Russell
5Ladislav Smid
6Raphael Diaz
7Deryk Engelland
8Corey Potter
G1Jonas Hiller
2Karri Ramo