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Logan Brown Profile


Logan Brown
Ht/Wt: 6' 6"/225 lbs
Position: C
Team: Windsor (OHL)



Logan Brown's Player Profile

The Draft Analyst - March 11, 2016 - "Massive playmaking two-way center with a lethal shot who’s been centering Windsor’s top line all season. The son of Ottawa 67’s head coach Jeff Brown — a former all-star defensemen in the NHL — Logan is a physical specimen indeed, using a massive wingspan and strength to win his puck battles and transition quickly to offense. He can be a joy to watch, using above-average speed but a powerful long stride and reach to protect the puck off the rush. He’s an excellent passer, blessed with a sixth sense to anticipate and dissect the defensive scheme presented to him. Brown owns a very heavy shot — one of the draft’s best among forwards — which he can fire with accuracy off the pass via a quick release. He was a bit pass-happy the first few months of the season, but his coachability and dedication towards refining his all-around game resulted in a goal-scoring explosion since January."

Ryan Kennedy of The Hockey News - March 1, 2016 - "The OHL player of the week, Brown is a towering center with a nice shot, though he is primarily a playmaker. The son of ex-NHLer and current OHL Ottawa coach Jeff Brown, Logan posted seven points in three games to earn the league-wide honor."

Damien Cox of Sportsnet - January 13, 2016 - "Just six goals in his first 33 games, but making the plays scouts want to see. And they love his size."

Tyler Parchem of Elite Prospects - 2016 - "Brown is a huge center that excels at both ends of the ice. He can be dominant in the offensive zone but takes care of his own end as well. His 6'6 frame is key to his success as he uses his body to shield his puck and his reach to keep it off other players sticks. He is not overly physical for a player his size, but will finish every check and battle down low very effectively. He has a good shot with a pro like release as well as good creativity and maturity when passing the puck."

Future Considerations - "A tall, lanky power forward that possesses a dangerous shot that he can get on net from anywhere on the ice. He is not afraid to use his frame to muscle his way to the net or work the boards. Possesses impressive vision and playmaking ability from the outside and has the unique blend of imposing Big Rig size with solid speed although improvement to his first two steps is required. Needs to continue to add strength to his frame and bring more consistency to his overall game. Has high-end top line NHL upside."

Logan Brown Videos

Logan Brown 2016 U18 Highlights


Logan Brown 2015-2016 OHL Highlights


The Draft Analyst: Logan Brown Highlights 2015-2016



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