His skating is a work in progress but he has shown the ability to produced at each level he’s been at. He is a long term project but a worthwhile swing in the seventh round.
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June 2022 – Finishing his junior year with 26 points in 39 games, Brodzinski will return to the University of Minnesota for his senior NCAA season. When the 2022-23 campaign comes to a close, Philadelphia needs to decide whether to offer him an entry-level contract or allow him to enter free agency. Unless he experiences serious growth, there is a good chance they allow him to walk. In a prospect pool flush with forwards capping out at a bottom-six upside, Philadelphia can afford to move on from the 2019 seventh-rounder without losing much sleep about the decision. Of course, his projection could change in a year, but Brodzinski currently sits as a prospect with very rocky NHL certainty and limited fantasy upside. John Gove
March 2020 – It was a work in progress however Bryce Brodzinski has been gradually been coming along. He has had the offensive skills to go places however his mobility is still a step behind at times. That being said, he has looked like he has belonged while playing primarily in the top-six. Expect a noticeable step forward in his production next season for St. Cloud State while his skating improves. Edric Joseph
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