Future Watch: Logan Brown Rookie Hockey Cards, Senators – Logan Brown was selected by the Ottawa Senators with the 11th overall pick in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft. He comes from a hockey family. His father, Jeff, had an excellent NHL career scoring as many as 25 goals one season and playing for teams like the Blues, Whalers and Nordiques. He was a defenseman and Logan is a center, a big 6′-6″, 220-pound player.
The younger Brown is an American who has starred for the Windsor Spitfires for the past four seasons. This year his numbers are crazy. He notched 13 goals in his first 24 games. His 24-points in that time could see him amassing career-high numbers and he had 74 points in 59 games in 2016.
Along the way Brown has gotten to play with some of the best young players in the United States and Canada. Christian Fischer (Coyotes) and Logan Stanley (Winnipeg draft pick) were teammates in juniors. Clayton Keller (Coyotes) and Kailer Yamamoto (Oilers) were both on the 2015-16 U18 team that won a bronze medal. The year after that the Spitfires won the Memorial Cup so his resume is building. The one big team that has eluded him so far is the U20 World Junior Championship team roster. He should play on that team this year in Buffalo, New York.
Logan Brown has an NHL licensed, Young Guns rookie card, in 2017-18 Upper Deck Hockey Series 1. In addition, collectors can expect to see him in other 2017-18 Upper Deck Hockey releases as well. His dad’s rookie card is a 1988-89 O-Pee-Chee card. In case you want to collect the family.
Here’s a look at Brown in an NHL preseason game:
Still just 19 years old, he played in four games this season with the Senators. He notched one point. It’s a start. He’s getting closer every season but power forwards take time. Collectors need to show patience here. There is a nice payoff coming down the road.
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