Brendan Morrison

Position: Centre

Full Name: Brendan Morrison
Birthdate: August 15, 1975
Hometown: Pitt Meadows, British Columbia

Brendan Morrison was born on August 15, 1975 in Pitt Meadows, British Columbia and is a retired National Hockey League forward. Brendan was drafted in the second round, 39th overall, in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft by the New Jersey Devils. Over the course of his collegiate career at the University of Michigan, Brendan was the Tournament MVP of the 1996 Wolverines National Championship Team, he won the prestigious Hobey Baker Award as the best player in college hockey in 1997, and he was a three-time All-American and three-time All-CCHA forward. Brendan made his National Hockey League debut on December 4, 1997 with the Devils. Brendan went on to play eight seasons with the Vancouver Canucks before spending time playing for the Anaheim Ducks, Dallas Stars, Washington Capitals, Calgary Flames, and Chicago Blackhawks. While playing for the Vancouver Canucks, Brendan centered the “West Coast Express” line with fellow forwards Markus Naslund and Todd Bertuzzi and the trio was widely considered to be the most effective line combination in the NHL for several years. Internationally, Brendan represented Canada at three World Championship events, winning a Gold Medal in 2004 and a Silver Medal in 2005. Brendan retired from professional hockey in 2012 after fourteen successful seasons.

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