Lindsay A. Mogle

Fantasy Summary

Safe, all-around bottom pairing defender


Observations

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March 2020 – The 22-year-old has become a sturdy presence on the Comets’ blueline. He maintained his limited production and shot generation while seeing a healthy dosage of the opposition’s best forwards. He won’t wow with any one skill, but provides an all-around ability that serves as nice depth for the big club. It’s unlikely he pushes much higher than a bottom-pairing player on a quality club though. Cam Robinson

March 2019 – As a second-year pro, Brisebois has found some footing. He’s played top-four minutes for the Comets while seeing action on the penalty kill. The smooth-skater won’t often impact the scoresheet but can play relatively mistake-free straight-up hockey. Due to a rash of injuries on the backend, the 21-year-old has suited up in his first two NHL contests recording no points. Cam Robinson

March 2018 – Brisebois’s first professional campaign has been solid but unspectacular. He spent much of the season playing on his off-side next to the now-departed left-shot, Philip Holm and built up enough trust from the coaching staff to earn ice on both the penalty kill and second power-play unit as the season has worn on. The Canucks’ brass have long included the smooth-skating rearguard in their future plans when speaking to the media and it appears they see him as a legit option to be a top four defender on the big club one day. He modest offensive outputs – three goals and 17 points in 66 games won’t wow many, but perhaps there is another gear that we’ve yet to see. Expect his deployment to continue to ascend next season