Carolina Hurricanes
Carolina Hurricanes
Brendan Collier
HEIGHT: 5' 9"
BIRTHDATE: 10/08/1993
AGE: 21
BIRTHPLACE: Charlestown, MA, USA
DRAFTED: CAR: 2012-189 overall
2012-13 SEASON
Led the Valley Junior Warriors in assists (28) and points (42) in 43 regular-season games… Had 14 multi-point games, including three three-point efforts… Scored his first EJHL goal and added an assist vs. Jersey Hitmen (9/22)… Had a season-long, six-game point streak from 9/22-10/7, including four consecutive multi-point games from 9/22-9/30… Scored a goal and added two assists at Islanders Hockey Club (10/18)… Registered a season-high three assists at Connecticut Oilers (12/27)… Matched his season-high with three points (1g, 2a) vs. Portland Junior Pirates (2/17)… Had six points (1g, 5a) in six playoff games as Valley Junior advanced to the EJHL semifinals before falling to the Islanders Hockey Club.

Selected by the Hurricanes in the seventh round (189th overall) in the 2012 NHL Draft… Will begin his collegiate hockey career at Boston University in 2013-14… Played one season in the Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL), earning 42 points (14g, 28a) in 43 games… Totaled 56 goals and 83 assists (139 points) during his junior and senior seasons at Malden Catholic High School in Massachusetts, helping the Lancers capture consecutive Super Eight state championships… Also played golf and lacrosse at Malden Catholic… Netted 30 goals and added 45 assists (75 points) in 25 games for Malden Catholic in 2010-11, and was named an All-State selection by ESPN Boston… Scored the overtime game-winner in the state championship game, as Malden Catholic defeated St. John’s Prep at TD Garden in Boston… Was named Mr. Hockey by ESPN Boston in 2011-12, after totaling 64 points (26g, 38a) in 25 games to lead Malden Catholic to its second consecutive state championship… Also an All-State selection by ESPN Boston for the second consecutive year… Led all Massachusetts Division 1A players in 2011-12 scoring… Scored a goal in the 2012 state championship game at TD Garden, as the Lancers topped BC High 3-1 to win the title.