Brady Brassart (F)
Career Notes: Enters his second full pro season in 2015-16, having signed a three-year entry-level deal with Minnesota on Mar. 1, 2014, which began for the 14-15 seasonâ€¦ 2014-15: Played in a career high 72 games with 13 assists and 21 pointsâ€¦ Set up two goals at Oklahoma City on Nov.1, 2014, his first career assist and multi-point gameâ€¦ 2013-14: After signing with Minnesota, he joined Iowa on an ATO and made his pro debut on Apr. 2, 2014 at Grand Rapidsâ€¦Recorded his first pro point with a goal on Apr. 12, 2014 at Rockfordâ€¦ Brassart attended training camp in Tampa Bay but did not sign before returning to Calgaryâ€¦ Brassart shared the scoring lead for the Hitmen with Greg Chase as both finished with 35 goals and 50 assists in 70 regular season gamesâ€¦ Brassart, an alternate captain, finished +11 with 94 penalty minutesâ€¦ 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 stretchâ€¦ 2012-13: He was the third-leading scorer for the Calgary Hitmen in his fourth WHL seasonâ€¦ He scored 35 goals with 43 assists (both career-highs) and was +40 with 88 penalty minutes in 65 regular season gamesâ€¦. Calgary finished second to Edmonton in the Central Division and lost to the Oil Kings in the Eastern Conference finalsâ€¦ Brassart scored 9 goals with 1 assist and was +1 with 22 penalty minutes in 17 playoff gamesâ€¦ 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 minutesâ€¦ 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 seasonâ€¦ He scored 8 goals with 24 assists and was +14 with 70 penalty minutes.