Following Troy Brouwer's lead, team captain Alex Ovechkin sported pink laces Wednesday for Hockey Fights Cancer month.
Troy Brouwer is the only Capital supporting Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Capitals forward Troy Brouwer is known as a tough, gritty player who also has a lot of offensive skills, having scored at least 17 goals in each of the last five seasons. But he’s not afraid to take the gloves off either. How does Brouwer spend his free time? Painting beautiful skylines of course.
Who wins? @bottlenbottega pic.twitter.com/itaJIuX7DG
— Troy Brouwer (@tbrouwer20...
How do hockey players spend their Friday nights during the offseason? Apparently by painting beautiful canvases. Well, at least that’s how Troy Brouwer spends his. Brouwer painted a shadowy outline of a city. He’s tweeting at the Bottle and Bottega twitter handle from Chicago, so it could possibly be the Windy City skyline. But, what […]
Formerly the Knuble Knights, Red Ranger Ryan and Red Ranger Nathan are avid fans of Caps forward Troy Brouwer.
The Washington Capitals will be the last team in the NHL to earn a point in the standings. To date, they've lost 6-3 on the road in Tampa Bay, at home 4-2 against Winnipeg and at home 4-1 against Montreal.
Frustrations are boiling over and it has one Capital, forward Troy Brouwer, apologizing to fans that have suffered through a miserable start to the 2013 campaign.
The Washington Capitals have signed forward Troy Brouwer to a three-year, $11 million contract extension.
The Capitals said Wednesday that Brouwer will earn $3.6 million during the 2013-14 season, $3.65 million in 2014-15 and $3.75 million in 2015-16.
The 27-year-old Brouwer had 18 goals and 15 assists last season while playing in all 82 regular-season games. He scored two goals...
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September 12, 2012
As the 2011-12 season has come to a close, the time has come to evaluate what it meant for the Capitals, both as a team and as individuals. As such, as the summer progresses, I will be writing a report card, or individual evaluation, for each player who played in 9 (~10%) of the team's games, or 4 playoff games. Next up is winger Troy Brouwer, who finished his sixth NHL season...