Harrison finds a way onto the scoresheet consistently, even when he’s not having his best night. His ability to adapt to his teammates is valuable and he provides solid two-way play while possessing a good shot.
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July 2021 – Harrison was selected in the third round, 85th overall by the Boston Bruins in the 2021 NHL Draft. Dave Hall
March 2021 – The Oshawa Generals forward went overseas to get on the ice while the OHL has been in a holding pattern. Playing in Finland, Harrison latched on with KOOVEE U20 in the U20 SM-sarja. His production has been solid with nine points in seven games. He plays with his head and understands where to be on the ice at any given time. He isn’t the most fleet of foot and needs to improve his agility overall but the intelligence has allowed him to cover for it. He plays off his teammates really well. Given some opportunity in Oshawa last season with Phil Tomasino and Ty Tullio in the latter half of the year, Harrison not only looked comfortable but he elevated his own play and was often the defensive conscience on the line. His number obviously got a boost when playing with talent of that level but his game seemed to mature in the second half of the year as well. From January 1, 2020 until the OHL shut down in March, he was leading 2003-born OHL players in goals and was third in points, showcasing an impressive rise in the second half of the season, even before he got on Tomasino and Tullio’s line late in the year.
His play with KOOVE U20 has been decent and he has been given one game at the Mestis level with the men’s team. He has looked comfortable but despite the production, there’s been something left to be desired on some nights. Harrison has a shot that should play at the next level, especially if he can get onto a line with a good transition player who can play with a bit more speed. The processing speed is there for the Gens forward but as mentioned, his feet have some work to do. There is a lot to like in Harrison’s game, from his mind to his shot, NHL scouts have all kept their eye on the OHLer in Finland. He has sat in the early second round on most public boards, with the OHL still possibly set to kick off in April. With a ton of talent on Oshawa, if he gets hot in a limited OHL season, he could jump into some first rounds. Tony Ferrari
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