Height: 6’1″/ Weight: 172 lbs.
Physical Play Average
Offensive Play Great
Defensive Play Great
Hockey Sense Excellent
1. His shot is extremely deceptive as he is able to release it in tight quarters and change shooting angles on the fly.
2. Harrison has creative moves and good agility with the puck, allowing him to navigate trough the middle of the ice comfortably.
3. He is nearly impossible to knock off of the puck, and uses his body wisely to keep the puck out of his opponent’s reach.
Area’s for Improvement
1. If there is one area where Harrison could take his game to the next level, it may be with his top speed.
Brett Harrison is a shifty skater with a good motor and potentially dynamic scoring abilities. He Works well off the rush and below the dots on the cycle; he can also generate scoring chances through a powerful and quick wrist shot or a cross-ice pass. Harrison is surprisingly strong on his feet and can protect the puck as well as anyone. Whether it’s on the rush or along the wall, Harrison utilizes intelligent stick and feet positioning to fend off opponents with relative ease. With an electric and booming release, Harrison has the potential to become one of the elite shooters in this year’s draft class. Harrison also has the ability to make defenders back off by changing gears with his edges and hands. He’s strong on his feet, thanks to impressive lower-body strength, which makes him nearly impossible to knock off of the puck. Brett can be relied upon in any offensive situation, as a sniper or a playmaker, thanks to his tremendous talents. With an already strong lower-half, Harrison could be an unstoppable force if he can add top-end-speed to his arsenal. Harrison projects as a late first-round pick in the 2021 NHL Draft.
Brett Harrison is a shifty skater with a good motor and potentially dynamic scoring abilities.
Style Comparison: Pierre-Luc Dubois
NHL Potential: Top 6 Two-Way Center
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