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Brett
Harrison

Harrison is a shoot-first player on offense, flashing the ability to find open patches of ice and a quick release that makes him tough to mark at the junior level. His advanced strength helps him make an impact around the goalmouth area, showing impressive feel for tipping pucks and turning rebounds into second chances and…

Date of Birth
June 7, 2003
Position
Center
Height
6'1"
Draft Year
2021
Place of Birth
London, ON  
Shoots
Left
Weight
167 lbs
Draft Result
3/85 (BOS)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Jun 28/21 Harrison Brett 22322 – KOOVEE U20 vs. Ilves U20 Jr. A SM-liiga by Joseph Aleong View Report
May 5/21 Harrison Brett 22059 – Canada vs. Czech Republic WJC-18 by Olivia McArter View Report
Feb 25/21 Harrison Brett 21749 – FPS vs. KOOVEE MESTIS by Olivia McArter View Report
Feb 13/21 Harrison Brett 21716 – KOOVEE U20 vs. Porin U20 JR B SM-sarja by Olivia McArter View Report
Jan 29/21 Harrison Brett 21657 – KOOVEE U20 vs. Lukko U20 JR B SM-sarja by Olivia McArter View Report
Jan 14/21 Harrison Brett 21572 – Ottawa vs. Oshawa OHL by Olivia McArter View Report
Jan 6/21 Harrison Brett 21537 – Ottawa vs. Oshawa OHL by Mat Sheridan View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2020-2021 KOOVEE mestis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2020-2021 Oshawa Generals ohl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2019-2020 Oshawa Generals ohl 58 21 16 37 0.64 -21 8
2018-2019 London Nationals gojhl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
July 25, 2021
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July 24, 2021
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July 23, 2021
FCHockey releases 2021 NHL Draft Guide
July 23, 2021
2021 NHL Draft – FCHockey’s Draft Directory
July 22, 2021
FCHockey’s FULL Seven-Round Staff Mock
July 7, 2021
FCHockey releases Final ranking for 2021 NHL Draft
April 29, 2021
Holmes’ 10 Takes: Mailloux, Poltapov, Zellweger & More
April 25, 2021
SCOUT SURVEY: 2021 World Under-18s roundtable
April 23, 2021
Hughes tops FCHockey’s Spring ranking for 2021 draft
April 23, 2021
FC releases Spring ranking for 2021 NHL Draft
April 3, 2021
2021 NHL Mock Draft – Holmes Edition
April 1, 2021
Guenther, Clarke among eligibles named to Canada’s U18 entry
March 4, 2021
Top-10 prospects of the month – February 2021
February 10, 2021
Hughes tops FCHockey’s Winter ranking for 2021 Draft
February 10, 2021
FCHockey releases Winter Ranking for 2021 NHL Draft
February 1, 2021
Notebook: Edvinsson, Nause, Rolofs & More
January 31, 2021
Holmes’ 10 Takes: Clarke, Wallstedt, Petrov & More
December 29, 2020
FCHockey’s draft-eligible loan tracker – updated
December 4, 2020
FCHockey releases Preliminary ranking for 2021 NHL Draft

Harrison is a shoot-first player on offense, flashing the ability to find open patches of ice and a quick release that makes him tough to mark at the junior level. His advanced strength helps him make an impact around the goalmouth area, showing impressive feel for tipping pucks and turning rebounds into second chances and extended possessions. He does very well at using this to find space in the slot. He battles hard away from the puck, showing a physical edge on the forecheck and keeping his feet moving when hunting the puck. He has solid puckhandling skill, using his long reach to shield the puck effectively in the offensive zone and showing a soft touch around the low slot area. He’s decent defensively and battles well along the boards with his good reach being able to dig the puck out. He finds quiet ice to receive clean passes and is able to notice where the play is going for him to pass there. Harrison sticks well to his opponents and is able to challenge them when they’re in the defensive zone and can get his stick in the way to try and disrupt the play. He defends the blue line well and doesn’t let the puck get too far into the neutral zone where his opponents could turn it into a rush the other way. He’s a good transitional skater, has decent control when he gains possession and passes well to set up his linemate. Harrison is a somewhat upright skater who doesn’t show great foot speed or extension in his stride but has good power in his lower body, making him tough to knock off stride and giving him deceptive speed through the neutral zone. Harrison’s acceleration prevents him from being a difference-maker in transition, so projecting him to fill a scoring-line role, especially at centre, is difficult to imagine at the professional level. An aspect of his game that he’ll need to improve is making plays with the puck on his stick. Often, when he has the puck, he ends up dumping it in or just passing it off to a teammate. Gaining some confidence to attack open lanes and drive the play will be huge for his game. Harrison has a lot of great tools to work with but he will have to fix some inconsistencies in his game.

– FCHockey’s 2021 NHL Draft Guide