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Brendan Brisson Profile


Brendan Brisson
Ht/Wt: 5'11"/170 lbs
Position: C/LW
Team: Chicago (USHL)



Brendan Brisson's Player Profile

Clare McManus - Dobber Prospects - Sept. 30th: "Brissonís hand, speed, and vision combine for a package of elite playmaking abilities. Defensively, he is not very physical but he maintains his defensive responsibilities using his active stick to force turnovers. Brisson is also noteworthy on transition play up ice."

Scott Wheeler - The Athletic - Sept. 21st: "He reads and reacts to pressure at one of the highest levels in this draft with the puck on his stick, which helps him navigate in and out of trouble to make the small plays that drive results."

Steve Kourmianos - The Draft Analyst - Aug. 10th: "With Chicago, Brisson was a top player on a loaded teams which had five of USHLís seven-best scorers; with each one benefitting from Brissonís hard work along the boards and playmaking."

Chris Peters - ESPN - June 30th: "It's hard to pinpoint any one element of his game that registers as elite, though his skill is on an upper tier. Hockey sense is solid. Vision is solid. The skating is fine."

Alexander Desrochers Ayotte - The Hockey Writers - May 22nd: "A lethal finisher with smooth skating and good hockey IQ, Brisson has established himself as a reliable, two-way player with scoring acumen and power play excellence. As the son of NHL agent Pat Brisson, Brisson has learned the game from the best players in the league, and this knowledge, combined with his skill, should help him develop consistently towards a regular spot in the NHL."

Cam Robinson - Dobber Prospects - Apr. 1st: "A finisher by nature, but the intelligence and wherewithal to draw opponents and make a nice play. An assassin on the PP from the right circle."

Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com - Mar. 20th: "Brisson has established himself as a strong two-way player, and was second in the USHL with 59 points (24 goals, 35 assists) in 45 games, and scored a league-high 11 power-play goals. He's committed to play at the University of Michigan next season."

Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com - Mar. 6th: "Committed to the University of Michigan in 2020-21, Brisson has established himself as a strong two-way player."

Brendan Brisson's Stats

Brendan Brisson Videos

Brendan Brisson (USHL): 2019-20 Full Season Highlights


PFR Highlights: C Brendan Brisson


Stick Handling Tricks by Brendan Brisson - Nov 7, 2011


Brendan Brisson 2019 WJAC Highlights



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