43 T.J. Brennan

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Name
T.J. Brennan
Nationality
usa United States
Position
Defenseman
Date of Birth
April 3, 1989
Hometown
Moorestown, New Jersey
Age
30
Height
6'1"
Weight
223
Current Team
LV
  • Years Pro: 11th Season
  • Draft: Buffalo Sabres (2007), Round 2, #31 overall
  • 2018-19 Stats:
    • Lehigh Valley (AHL) 63 GP, 8 G, 35 A, 43 PTS, 66 PIM

— Signed multi-year contract extension with Philadelphia Flyers on March 6, 2018
— Became first defenseman in AHL history with eight 10-goal seasons with goal in 3-2 win vs. Charlotte on February 2, 2018
— Became 10th defenseman in AHL history to amass 400 total points with goal in 3-1 win vs. Charlotte on December 29, 2017
— Led Phantoms in scoring last season with 60 points (21 goals, 39 assists). Third time Brennan has led team in scoring (Lehigh Valley, 2016-17; Toronto, 2015-16, 2013-14)
— Named to AHL First All-Star Team three times (2013-14, 2015-16, 2016-17). Named to Second All-Star Team during 2017-18
— Led AHL defenders in goals three times (25, 2013-14; 25, 2015-16; 21, 2016-17). Led AHL blueliners in points three times (72, 2013-14; 68, 2015-16; 60, 2016-17)
— Moved into sole possession of 2nd place all-time among AHL defensemen (130 goals) with 3 goals in 7-4 win at Utica on February 19, 2017
— Named to AHL All-Star Classic 5 times (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)
— Signed multi-year contract with Philadelphia Flyers on July 5, 2016
— Led AHL defensemen in goals (25), points (68) and power play goals (9) during 2015-16 season. Finished 2nd with 38 assists and 3rd with +34 rating
— Two-time Eddie Shore Award recipient (AHL’s best defenseman) (2013-14, 2015-16)
— Teammates with Phil Varone during 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons (Rochester)
— 53 career NHL games (Buffalo, Toronto) (5 goals, 8 assists, 13 points, 29 penalty minutes)
— First NHL Goal: November 23, 2011, Toronto vs. Boston (NHL debut)
— First Pro Goal: January 12, 2010, Portland vs. Lowell
— Pro Debut: October 9, 2009, Portland at Albany
— Raymond Lagace Trophy winner (QMJHL defensive rookie of the year) (2006-07) (68 games, 16 goals, 25 assists, 41 points)