#21 Brendan Harris
Harris appeared in 11 games as a junior logging four points (4a)... Missed significant time after sustaining an injury in a 2-2 draw with St. Cloud State (10/12/19)... Returned to the line up to help BSU to a 5-0 victory at Northern Michigan (2/14/20)... Logged a season-high two assists in a season-opening draw (4-4) with St. Cloud State (10/11/19) to post his only multi-point game of the season... He also had a season-high two blocked shots for BSU at Northern Michigan (2/14/20)... Finished his junior campaign with a +1 plus/minus rating and nine shots on goal.
Harris played in 31 games for Bemidji State... Recorded four goals and 14 assists for 18 points... Recorded 47 shots on goal... Tallied one power-play goal, one empty-net goal and one game-winning goal... Blocked 12 shots and ended the season with a -8 plus/minus rating.
Harris played in 33 games for the Beavers as a freshman... He scored four goals and had seven assists for a total of 11 points to six second among BSU freshman... Seven of his 11 points came on the man advantage, which included two power-play goals... Also recorded 57 shots and seven blocks on the year... Recorded his first collegiate point on a goal in his BSU debut versus Minnesota Duluth (10/13/17)... Netted his first multi-point game with two assists in a 4-1 victory over Air Force (10/20/17)... BSU was 6-1-2 in games that he recorded a point.
Prior to BSU
Claimed the BCHL's 2016-17 Most Valuable Player award after a 98-point regular season, the Most Sportsmanlike Player award and the Brett Hull Trophy as the regular-season scoring leader... Harris compiled 23 goals and a BCHL-best 75 assists in 2016-17... Harris also played two seasons in the North American Hockey League, including parts of two seasons with the Wenatchee Wild... He recorded 25 points (7g-18a) in 53 games during the 2013-14 season with Bismark and Wenatchee, netting four points (1g-3a) during the Wild's playoff run... In 2014-15, Harris logged 50 games with the Wild, netting 16 goals and 28 assists before making his debut in the United State Hockey League with Cedar Rapids.
Brendan Harris was born to Bob and Yolanda Harris July 10, 1996... Brendan is ua political science major with an emphasis on law... He also carried a business minor.
Goals: 2 at Lake Superior State (1/2/21)
Assists: 2, last vs St. Cloud State (10/11/19)
Points: 2, 2x last at Lake Superior State (1/2/21)
SOG: 6, vs Northern Michigan (2/16/19)
PIM: 4, vs Alaska Fairbanks (2/15/18)