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102nd Overall.... Pats Select LW Brett Harris

Harris, Brett
LW
100 Mile House, B.C.
5.09 150
NDBantam
Jan 14, 1995

From the SSMHL website
regular season 16gp - 20g - 17a - 37pts - 10pim

From Alan Caldwell's blog....
Brett Harris - F, 5'9", 150 lb GP G A Pts PIM
08-09: 100 Mile House (BCAHA AA bantam) 35 53 48 101 48
09-10: Notre Dame Hounds (SSMHL AAA bantam) 16 20 17 37 10
09-10: Notre Dame Hounds (Nike/Bauer tournament) 4 0 1 1 0
09-10: Notre Dame Argos (SMHL AAA midget) 3 0 1 1 0

Harris was thought before the season to be a potential first round pick, but a serious injury caused him to miss a bunch of time this year and probably hurt his draft stock.

From reginapats.com

Pats Select Harris in the 5th Round

Edmonton, Alberta – In the 5th round, 102nd overall the Regina Pats have selected Brett Harris from 100 Mile House, B.C. Harris played this season with Notre Dame Hounds of the SSMHL.

The Pats acquired this pick from the Portland Winterhawks earlier today along with the 67th overall pick in exchange for their 3rd round selection, 49th overall.

Regina Pats Director of Scouting, Todd Ripplinger, “Brett works hard every shift and is good around the net. He is also a great character player who is a diligent forechecker.”

C – Brett Harris
5’10” 160lbs.
Born – Jan 14/95
Hometown – 100 Mile House, B.C.
Team: Notre Dame Hounds (SSMHL)
GP – 16 G – 20 A – 17 Pts – 37 Pim – 10

Past Pat 5th round picks include; Derek Tendler (2007) and Kyle St. Dennis (2005).

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