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Washington Post Feb 24, 2015

Making point-less history

Tuesday afternoon, as his mind wandered back to the Washington Capitals’ three meetings with the Pittsburgh Penguins this season, forward Troy Brouwer looked up and smiled. He recalled a late-January shutout at Verizon Center, which devolved into a bar brawl during the third period. He considered the tighter affair in Pittsburgh one week ago, when melees again substituted for hockey. Now, he looked ahead to the final matchup, with the chance for a season sweep dangling before the Capitals, and predicted that nothing would change.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Feb 19, 2015

Brouwer scores empty netter to make it 5-1

Troy Brouwer scores an empty-net goal to make it 5-1 in the third period to seal the win for the Caps.

Capitals, Trotz showing more trust in Evgeny Kuznetsov

As the veteran tabbed to stabilize a 22-year-old rookie, one new to this country and still learning the NHL, Troy Brouwer understands his ice time has been tethered to the growth and development of Evgeny Kuznetsov. Coaches match centers, rarely wingers, so if the Washington Capitals trust Kuznetsov, by proxy they trust Brouwer and whichever […]
CSN Washington Feb 9, 2015

Capitals top 5 plays of the week: Brouwer's memorable night

Here are the Capitals' top five plays of the week, including Troy Brouwer's unforgettable 500th game.

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