The Calgary Flames have placed ex-Cap Troy Brouwer on unconditional waivers for the purpose of a buyout.
If no team claims Brouwer, 32, by noon on Friday, the Flames can buy out the final two years of the contract. Brouwer has two years remaining on a four-year contract worth $4.5M annually. The Flames stand to save $3M against the salary cap in the next two seasons.
The #flames have placed Troy Brouwer on unconditional waivers for the purpose of a buyout.
— Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) August 2, 2018
Brouwer recorded 43 points in each of his final two seasons with Washington, but 40 percent of his production came from the power-play. That production dried up after he left DC; Brouwer scored zero power-play goals in 94 minutes of PP time last season. Paired with weak even-strength play and diminished ice time, Brouwer struggled to reach 20-plus points in the last two seasons.
Brouwer was named alternate captain for the Flames in 2016. Last summer, the Flames left him unprotected in the expansion draft.
— TimothyJimothyYoshie (@tjyoshie77) August 2, 2018
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