Troy Brouwer to Flames: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

July 1st, 2016 by Alec Nathan Leave a reply »
Troy Brouwer experienced plenty of success during his lone year with the St. Louis Blues, but the veteran winger moved on from the 2015-16 Western Conference finalists Friday when he agreed to a deal with the Calgary Flames.

According to TSN's Bob McKenzie, Brouwer inked a four-year contract worth $4.5 million per season. Roger Millions of Sportsnet confirmed the signing.

Brouwer figures to take on a top-six forward role with the Flames and could potentially skate on the team's top line alongside the dynamic duo of Sean Monahan and Johnny Gaudreau.

Coming off a strong 2014-15 season with the Washington Capitals that saw Brouwer tally 21 goals and 22 assists, the winger adjusted seamlessly to new surroundings following an offseason trade.

In 82 appearances—he hasn't missed a regular-season game in three years—Brouwer notched 18 goals and 21 assists as a key member of the Blues' second line. His best efforts, though, came in the playoffs. 

Over the course of 20 postseason appearances, Brouwer stuffed stat sheets with eight goals and five assists, including a game-winning score in Game 7 of the West ...

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