Brendan Harms

#28 Brendan Harms

HOMETOWN Steinbach, Manitoba (USHL-Fargo)
2016-17 / Senior
Alternate captain... Played in 35 games as a senior for BSU... Registered 21 points (8g, 13a) to go along with 83 shots on goal and 23 blocks... Finished second on the team with six power-play goals and also scored two game-winning goals... Named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week after a series sweep of Northern Michigan (11/18-19/16) in which he was a part of six of the Beavers seven points (1g, 5a), tied for the most points nationally, and became just the 10th player in WCHA history with four assists in a single period. Recorded two assists and one goal in the Beavers' WCHA Quarterfinal series win against Northern Michigan (3/3-5/17)... With 88 career points (33g-55a) in four seasons and 141 games, Harms ranks among the top 12 on BSU’s Division I-era scoring list, while his 55 assists place him eighth at BSU since 1999-2000... Scored at least 20 points in each of his four seasons in Green and White... Named the 2016-17 Senior CLASS Award winner for NCAA Division I Hockey... 2016-17 WCHA Scholar-Athlete...WCHA All-Academic Team... Signed a contract to play professionally with the Florida Everblades, ECHL affiliate of the Carolina Hurricanes... Scored his first professional goal in his second game with the Everblades (3/16/17).

2015-16 / Junior
Skated in all 39 games for the Beavers... Tied for the team lead in scoring with 25 points... Posted eights goals and a team-leading 17 assists... Recorded a career-high two assists three times, last at Alabama Huntsville (11/27/15)... Had a career-high three points with a goal and two assists vs. Alaska (11/13/15), leading to WCHA Offensive Player of the Week honors... Registered a career-best seven shots on goal vs. Lake Superior State (11/20/15)... Had 87 shots on goal... Scored three power-play goals and led the Beavers with four game-winning goals... His four game-winners all came during league play and tied for second in the WCHA... Recorded a season-high four-game point-streak Jan. 22-31, recoring four points with assists in each game... WCHA Scholar Athlete... WCHA All-Academic Team... CoSIDA Academic All-District Team. 

2014-15 / Sophomore
Appeared in 29 games as a sophomore... Posted 21 points (10g-11a)... Second on team in points and goals scored... Scored two goals including the game-winner in the season opening win at North Dakota (10/10/14)... Had 25 blocked shots... Named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (10/13/14)... WCHA Scholar Athlete... WCHA All-Academic Team... All-WCHA Third Team.

2013-14 / Freshman
Played in all 38 games for the Beavers... Recorded 21 points (7g-14a)... Leading scorer among freshman class... Scored first career goal as a Beaver at Alabama-Huntsville (10/25/13)... Registered a career high in shots on goal with six against Alabama-Huntsville (3/1/14)... Had a season high two goals at Lake Superior State (1/10/14)... Had 69 shots on goal... Scored two powerplay goals and one game winning goal... WCHA Rookie of the Week (10/29/13).

Brendan Harms came to BSU from the USHL’s Fargo Force. Seeing time in all 64 games for Fargo in 2012-13, he not only led the team with 70 points (25g-45a), he ranked among the top 10 on the USHL scoring list. Harms has scored in 43 games for the Force, which includes six different efforts of at lease three points and a four-point night (1g-4a) March 5, 2013. He netted his first USHL goal in an Oct. 13, 2013, just one night after posting a career-high three assists to help the Force defeat Sioux City. He recorded 20 multi-point games in his only USHL season and assembled two separate five-game scoring streaks.

Prior to playing with Fargo, Harms spent two seasons with the Portage Terriers of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL).  In 101 games for the Terriers, Harms recorded 50 goals and 70 assists for 120 points.

Born to Doug and Debbie Harms on Dec. 2, 1994... Brendan is majoring in business administration, with a minor in human performance.

Career Highs
: 2, 3x, Last vs. Michigan Tech (Feb. 19, 2016); Assists: 4, vs. Northern Michigan (Nov. 18, 2016); Points: 4, vs. Northern Michigan (Nov. 18, 2016); SOG: 7, vs. Lake Superior State (Nov. 20, 2015); PIM: 15 vs Northern Michigan (Mar. 5, 2017).