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Calgary gets the right type of player in Troy Brouwer

The Flames need a rebound after cratering out of the playoff picture this past season and they’re well on their way. After trading for goalie Brian Elliott, Calgary has now signed burly right winger Troy Brouwer – so the Flames have two of the Blues’ best players from the 2016 post-season. Brouwer just signed a four-year, $18 million deal, which works out to $4.5 million per...
Via The Hockey News
2 hours ago

Pacific Division beefs up in first hours of NHL free agency

One of the biggest story lines to come out of the chaotic, climactic first hour of NHL free agency is that the Pacific Division just got a lot more competitive.The Left Coast didn’t pack as much punch in the 2015-16 campaign as it did in previous seasons. That changed — at least, it appears to have changed at this point in the offseason — with the addition of some big bodies...
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3 hours ago  |  Discuss

The Latest: Flames agree with Brouwer on 4-year deal

The Latest on NHL free agency (all times Eastern): 1:30 p.m. The Calgary Flames have agreed to sign veteran free-agent forward Troy Brouwer to a four-year, $18 million contract. An eight-year veteran, Brouwer joins his third team in three seasons after playing a significant role in helping the St. Louis Blues reach the Western Conference finals. Brouwer is a three-time 20-goal-scorer...
Via Associated Press
5 hours ago  |  Discuss

Flames Sign Troy Brouwer to Four-Year Deal

After reported contract negotiations between Troy Brouwer and the Calgary Flames, the team has officially inked the 30-year-old winger to a four-year contract. Brouwer to CGY, reported at 4 years, $4.5M AAV. Love that for Flames. He’s a high, high character player, and still can play. — Mark Spector (@SportsnetSpec) July 1, 2016 The deal is worth $18 million for Brouwer, and...
Via The Hockey Writers
6 hours ago

Flames Sign Troy Brouwer for 4 Years, $22 Million

The Flames have added another St. Louis Blue to their organization. The Calgary Flames have signed RW Troy Brouwer, formerly of the St. Louis Blues to a 4 year deal at $4.5 million a season. Troy Brouwer is coming off a season in which he scored 18 goals and 21 assists for 39 points in 82 games. He was also a strong contributor in the Blues playoff run, where he scored 8 goals and...
Via Matchsticks and Gasoline
6 hours ago

Troy Brouwer has thought about signing with the Canucks

Free agent Troy Brouwer has thought about signing with his hometown team. The pending unrestricted free agent told News 1130 Sports that he’s thought about signing with the Vancouver Canucks, which is where the 30-year-old was born. “I have thought about it, for sure. Family and friends, playing for my hometown, it would be an experience for sure,” Brouwer told News 1130...
Via Puck Drunk Love
May 31, 2016  |  Discuss

Mr. Game 7: Brouwer's experience aids Blues' playoff run

ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Blues said goodbye to fan favorite T.J. Oshie last summer and hello to a proven postseason commodity in Troy Brouwer, who has the remarkable distinction of playing in eight consecutive playoff series that ended in Game 7s.His calm, seasoned perspective is a major reason the Blues are in the Western Conference finals for the first time since 2001 -- and...
Via Associated Press
May 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Troy Brouwer and Alexander Steen comment on the power play dance

The power play dance is a divisive topic between Blues fans. Some love it. Some hate it. Some don’t really care, but wish both sides would stop bickering. Like it or not, the power play dance has carried on throughout the last few seasons and no one really knows how or why it started. Plenty of rumors have floated around about its creation, but very few hold any water. So, what...
Via Frozen Notes
May 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Video: Troy Brouwer had the best reaction after he scored

Troy Brouwer’s goal wasn’t pretty. In fact, it was pretty ugly as it took him three tries to convert. Still, that ugly – yet amazingly beautiful goal – sent Chicago home and sent Blues fans into a frenzy. The best reaction after that goal? It came from Brouwer as he sat on the bench. Here's Troy Brouwer's reaction after he scored. Priceless. pic.twitter.com/wvN27BGAVu ...
Via Frozen Notes
April 26, 2016  |  Discuss

Blues eliminate Blackhawks in incredible Game 7 ending

The posts definitely were the St. Louis Blues’ friends Monday. The Blues eliminated the Chicago Blackhawks thanks to a thrilling 3-2 win in Game 7 of the teams’ first-round best-of-seven series, but the contest was inches away from being a whole different ballgame. The Blues took the lead for good thanks to Troy Brouwer’s game-winning goal with under 12 minutes remaining...
Via NESN.com
April 25, 2016  |  Discuss
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