Sens take Brown at 11



WINDSOR (OHL) | 6′ 6″, 222

21-53-74 in 59 games

He’s a massive center with a powerful, agile stride, high-end hockey sense and elite playmaking skills. Brown really opened eyes down the stretch, scoring 13 goals and 24 points in his final 13 games as he committed to driving the net and taking the shot instead of looking for the pass first. That “selfishness” makes him a much more dangerous, and more appealing, prospect. No one should be surprised if he ends up going even earlier than this.

  • SCOUT SAYS: “One of the most intriguing kids in this draft. His potential is unlimited. Everyone loves his size. Everyone loves his skating. Can he be that dominant first-line center? I think so.”
Jeff Seide
Jeff Seide
I've been a Sabres fan since my first game in the Aud in '76 against the Habs. I sat in the lower golds for that game and though I've been to close to 400 games, I've never sat as close as I did that night.
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