T.J. Brodie

#7D,
G
6
A
30
Pts
36
+/-
-16
PPP
12
SOG
78
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 182
Born:
Birth Place: Chatham, Ontario
Draft: 2008 4th round (114th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Gaudreau on Flames’ future: ‘We have three great years ahead of us’
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    Gaudreau on Flames’ future: ‘We have three great years ahead of us’

    Considering the trying summer for the Capitals, GM Brian MacLellan’s two-year window proclamation might have been dead-on for Washington. If Johnny Gaudreau has similar prognosticating skills, then the Calgary Flames need to take some big swings in the next three seasons. “I think we have three great years ahead of us,” Gaudreau said last week, according to NHL.com.

  • NHL notebook: St. Louis Blues lock up Colton Parayko
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    NHL notebook: St. Louis Blues lock up Colton Parayko

    St. Louis Blues defenseman Colton Parayko signed a five-year, $27.5 million contract on Thursday. The deal holds an annual cap hit of $5.5 million, which is above the $4.85 million that Parayko reportedly had been seeking in a short-term deal in arbitration. "We are pleased to have Colton as part of our group for the next five seasons," Blues general manager Doug Armstrong said. "He has made tremendous progress over the last two years and possesses all the tools to be a very good NHL defenseman." Parayko collected a career-high 35 points (4 goals, 31 assists) in 81 games last season. The 24-year-old Alberta native also scored two goals and set up three others in 11 playoff contests. --Philadelphia

  • Bettman’s interesting comments on ‘fisticuffs,’ gambling, and more
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    Bettman’s interesting comments on ‘fisticuffs,’ gambling, and more

    In a rare event, commissioners for North America’s four major sports shared the same stage on Tuesday, with Gary Bettman representing the NHL alongside Roger Goodell (NFL), Adam Silver (NBA), and Roger Manfred (MLB). John Ourand of the Sports Business Daily was on hand to record the four commissioners’ thoughts on a myriad of sports issues, and to little surprise, Bettman provided some of the most interesting responses. You can read Ourand’s full report here, and also check out his Twitter feed for individual snippets. Some of Bettman’s most fascinating points came in how he discussed violence – or physicality – in the sport. It’s unclear if there’s video available, which is a shame since Bettman