Brady Brassart (F)
Career Notes: Enters his first pro season in 2014-15…. 2013-14: He signed a three-year, entry-level contract with Minnesota as a free agent on March 1st, 2014. Brassart went to training camp with Tampa Bay but did not sign a contract with the Lightning before returning to Calgary for his 20-year-old season. Brassart shared the scoring lead for the Hitmen with 18-year-old Greg Chase as both finished with 35 goals and 50 assists in 70 regular season games. Brassart, an assistant captain, finished +11 with 94 penalty minutes. He rattled off a 16-game points streak, going the entire month of February without a scoreless game. He totaled 14g and 18a for 32 points over the stretch. 2012-13: He was the third-leading scorer for the Calgary Hitmen in his fourth WHL season. He scored 35 goals with 43 assists (both career-highs) and was +40 with 88 penalty minutes in 65 regular season games. Calgary finished second to Edmonton in the Central Division and lost to the Oil Kings in the Eastern Conference finals. Brassart scored 9 goals with 1 assist and was +1 with 22 penalty minutes in 17 playoff games. 2011-12: Obtained by the Calgary Hitmen in a WHL trade with Spokane in August 2011, Brassart was the team's fourth-leading scorer while finishing second amongst Hitmen forwards with 106 penalty minutes. He scored 25 goals with 34 assists and was +21 in 70 regular season games. 2010-11: He played in 65 of 72 regular season games for Spokane in his second WHL season. He scored 8 goals with 24 assists and was +14 with 70 penalty minutes.