Troy Brouwer

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    Troy Brouwer

    Not sure what it would take to get him or if the Caps would even deal him considering they gave up a late 1st for him. Who knows what will happen if they find themselves on the outside looking in. I think he'd look pretty good on our 3rd line. Just curious if others here would see him as a good fit.

     
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    He would be an excellent fit for a contender's third line. Can also fill in on the top six if the need arises.

     
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    It would take a lot.  I know the Caps aren't looking great, but he's a key cog in what they do have going and the type of player every team wants.  

    Even if the Caps decide to unload him, they can sift through a heap of offers for him.  A tough power forward with pretty good hands, who hits everything that moves...a fit for every playoff bound team.

     
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    Re: Troy Brouwer

    didn't he sign an extension recently? 3 years 11 mill or something like that? sounds like they want him around. 

     
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    Re: Troy Brouwer

    In response to bostonfan191646's comment:

    didn't he sign an extension recently? 3 years 11 mill or something like that? sounds like they want him around. 




    3 years averaging $3.667 mill per year. A little pricey for the third line but he a jack of all trades type all teams need.

     
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    Re: Troy Brouwer

    I know getting him is kind of a pipe dream but I see a lot of Caps gm's living here in the D.C. area and he just seems like the perfect fit to me.

     
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    Good player, the Caps gave up alot to get him, signed him to an extension. just because the Caps are struggling doesn't mean they are going to deal him...They need more players like him.

     
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    Re: Troy Brouwer

    Before someone jumps on this and suggests a trade...

     

    This is not someone you get for Thorton and/or Bourque plus a pick or prospect!

     
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    Re: Troy Brouwer

    Always liked Brouwer (and suggested the B's trade for him last year)...would be a great addition.  However, he will be a key piece for Washington as they get back in the hunt and for their future.  If Washington completely falls out of the picture, I think your more apt to see Chimera shopped as he is older and less talented than Brouwer. 

     
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    No chance the caps dump him.  He and laich are the leaders there.  Plus he plays 1st line minutes.  He hits everything.  has good hands too.  But yes id love him. 

     
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    Re: Troy Brouwer

    Joel Ward could be the odd man out, the Bruins can get Ward for third line duties his grit and tenacity will help Kelly and Peverly. Brouwer will cost more return then Ward.

    Thornton and Tardif " could " snag Ward.

    Lucic Krejci Horton

    March Bergy Seguin

    Ward Kelly Peverly

    Paille Campbell Pandolfo

    Mcdermid and Bourque 13 th forward

     
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    Re: Troy Brouwer

    In response to boborielly224's comment:

    Thornton and Tardif " could " snag Ward.



    They could snag him with what?  A coat hanger?  A fishing lure?

    I'm sure you're not suggesting that a goon that won't fight and a career minor leaguer could be traded for anything more than the Tim Thomas contract.

     
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    Re: Troy Brouwer

    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:

    In response to boborielly224's comment:

     

    Thornton and Tardif " could " snag Ward.

     



    They could snag him with what?  A coat hanger?  A fishing lure?

     

    I'm sure you're not suggesting that a goon that won't fight and a career minor leaguer could be traded for anything more than the Tim Thomas contract.




    That why I said could, but getting Ward will benefit the Bruins. But I will not be surprise if Talbot is a bruin very soon.

    To get ward i will definetly open a bid with Wsh. to see what they need in return. I think the fishing lure will work also.

     
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    Re: Troy Brouwer

    Ward is finally playing well.  The caps are 4 pts from leading that div.  plus Holtby is playing like i thought he would.  Oh yeah.  Ovi has been very good again the last couple of weeks.  

     

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