FC Rank 28
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Brett
Leason

He has become a fairly strong linear skater due to the hard work he has put into improving the power behind his skating. He still has room to grow with edge work and lateral mobility despite showing effectiveness in tight quarters, especially in protecting the puck. While he isn’t a flashy player, he has good…

Date of Birth
April 30, 1999
Position
Right Wing
Height
6'3.75
Draft Year
2019
Place of Birth
Calgary, AB  
Shoots
Right
Weight
200 lbs
Draft Result
2/56
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Aug 1/19 Leason Brett 2019 NHL Draft Guide by FC Staff View Summary

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2018-2019 Prince Albert Raiders whl 55 36 53 89 1.62 55 28
2017-2018 Prince Albert Raiders whl 54 15 17 32 0.59 -6 14
2017-2018 Tri-City Americans whl 12 1 0 1 0.08 -6 2
2016-2017 Calgary Canucks ajhl 1 0 0 0 0 0
2016-2017 Tri-City Americans whl 68 8 10 18 0.26 -1 6
2015-2016 Calgary Canucks ajhl 1 0 0 0 0 0
2015-2016 Tri-City Americans whl 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

He has become a fairly strong linear skater due to the hard work he has put into improving the power behind his skating. He still has room to grow with edge work and lateral mobility despite showing effectiveness in tight quarters, especially in protecting the puck. While he isn’t a flashy player, he has good skill to control the puck, exhibited by his ability to separate from the defense and open up pass of shot lanes with quick post-up plays or using his reach to work around sticks. Savvy with and without the puck, his hockey IQ is the backbone of his game and he loves to use his big frame in puck battles. Plays with a chameleon-type style and is capable of using his evolved passing skills or ability to shoot to attack off the rush. He shows some soft hands and drives the net with momentum on his side. Not only has he showcased that he is an offensive weapon, but he plays a strong physical style and will go to the greasy areas of the ice without hesitation. He also takes the intelligent routes on the backcheck to disrupt flow. Defensively, he uses an active stick and makes strong simple plays to counter the attack. Never giving up, he is always engaged in the play with or without the puck and plays a mature game.