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Analyzing the Roster, T.J. Brodie

  
T.J. Brodie, an offensive defensemen with pretty good upside. He looks like he could become a top 2, if not definitely a top 4. He is a good puck mover that worked with Giordano, them two were the best defensive pair in the NHL until Giordano got injured. He is a big piece for the future of the Flames blue line. Look for a lot more in he future from Brodie.

T.J. Brodie • #7 • D Status:Off season

Ht/Wt:6’1″, 182 lbs.

Born:Jun 7, 1990 (24 yrs) in Chatham, Ont. 

Experience:4 years

Drafted:Drafted by Calgary in 2008 (4/114).

Shoots:L

2014-15 SEASON STATS

GP G A PTS +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG TOI S PTSPG

YTD 81 11 30 41 15 30 3 1 3 25:12 133 0.51

Playoffs 11 1 4 5 3 0 0 0 0 27:08 14 0.45

SCOUTING REPORT

Assets: Moves the puck well and is an even better skater–he’s fast and agile. Has intriguing offensive upside. Can run the power play for many years to come.

Flaws: Needs to get physically stronger in order to win more battles at the NHL level. Also needs to focus and concentrate more when he’s in the game.

Career Potential: Offensive defenseman with upside.

Coleton MacDonald
The Founder of Weliveforhockey.com
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