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A cerebral and effective centre with nasty finishing ability.


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October 2022 – Entering what was expected to be his final collegiate season, Brisson lit the Big Ten on fire over the course of his sophomore campaign, putting up a 21-goal, 42-point season in 38 games with the Wolverines. The Knight’s 2020 first-rounder also became an olympian for the first time, scoring twice in four games with Team USA in Beijing. Tack on a productive stretch with Henderson to end the year, and you end up with a season that understandably left Knights fans (and keeper league GMs) salivating. As a player who relies more on vision and goal-scoring ability than size and strength, time will tell how quickly Brisson is able to reach the NHL level. Brisson will start his first full pro season back in the AHL, but don’t be shocked to see him get some NHL games in before the season’s end. Taylor Davis

November 2021 — Ten games into the 2021-22 campaign, Brisson, now a sophomore at the University of Michigan, leads the highly-ranked Wolverines with seven goals and is tied for second on the squad in overall points with 12. Continuing a trend established throughout his NCAA and USHL careers, he’s once again racking up penalty minutes at a minute-per-contest rate, with 12. The 2020 first round selection, a cerebral and deft skater and current linemate of top Kraken prospect Matty Beniers, projects to enter Vegas’ system following the current collegiate season. Kevin Wickersham

October 2020 — Brisson was drafted 29th overall by the Golden Knights. Brisson is expected to play NCAA hockey in 2020-2021 and could leave school after two years.  Jokke Nevalainen

June 2020 — It was a heck of a draft-eligible season for the first-year USHL centre. He lined up on the most dominant USHL squad we’ve seen in years. And he was the straw that stirred the drink for the Chicago Steel from puck drop in September. His impact on the game was most impressive on the man-advantage where his one-timer from the circle/slot area demoralized many an opponent. He ended the season as the USHL’s Rookie of the Year and a First-Team All-Star. Additionally, he was special at the World Junior A Championships where he racked up a tournament-leading 12 points in just six contests – tying Andrei Svechnikov and Nick Schmaltz for the most ever at that event. Brisson has aligned himself as a first-round prospect and maybe even one that goes early on in the top-20. Cam Robinson

Fantasy Upside 8.0
NHL Certainty 6.0
Country USA
Position C
Roster Type Minors
Shoot/Glove Left
Date of Birth October 22, 2001
Height 5‘11”
Weight 179 lbs
Drafted 2020 Round 1; Overall: 29


 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2013-2014 Los Angeles Jr. Kings QC Int PW4 0 11 14|        
 2014-2015 Los Angeles Jr. Kings 13U AAAT1EHL 13U5 0 11 4|        
  Los Angeles Jr. Kings 13U AAA13U AAA43 14 1428 36|        
 2015-2016 Los Angeles Jr. Kings 14U AAAT1EHL 14U10 0 11 6|Playoffs4 2 57
  Los Angeles Jr. Kings 14U AAA14U AAA51 11 1324 56|        
 2016-2017 Shattuck St. Mary's 16U AAA16U AAA53 8 1422 19|        
 2017-2018 Shattuck St. Mary's 16U AAA16U AAA54 28 3967 34|        
  Team Black USA-S165