Brandon Gormley

#32D,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 196
Born:
Birth Place: Murray River, Prince Edward Island
Draft: 2010 1st round (13th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Karlsson is back skating, but ‘we don’t want him to get too excited,’ says Boucher
    NBC Sports

    Karlsson is back skating, but ‘we don’t want him to get too excited,’ says Boucher

    Erik Karlsson hit the ice to skate with his Ottawa Senators teammates on Saturday. Karlsson was a dominant player for Ottawa during the Stanley Cup playoffs despite playing with a foot injury that later required surgery, with an expected recovery time of four months. Head coach Guy Boucher, however, offered some cautionary words on Karlsson’s status.

  • Sunday Brunch: A loss in Minny, Boikov is out and Phil Kessel rules
    Mile High Hockey

    Sunday Brunch: A loss in Minny, Boikov is out and Phil Kessel rules

    There’s nothing uglier than preseason hockey. The AValanche and Minnesota Wild proved it last night. We sat through the whole game so you didn’t have to. Here is a recap of the game that saw the Avs powerplay go 0-8. As the Avs try to widdle their group of defenders down to 7 for opening night, one guy that won’t be in the lineup is Sergei Boikov. The 21-year old that played last year with the San Antonio Rampage separated his shoulder Thursday night against the Dallas Stars. There is no timetable for his return, but this seems like it will be a big setback for Boikov’s season. Later this season, the Avs will be traveling to Sweden to play a two-game series with the Ottawa Senators. Fans have

  • Logan Brown scores twice, Ottawa Senators defeat Montreal Canadiens 5-1
    Silver Seven

    Logan Brown scores twice, Ottawa Senators defeat Montreal Canadiens 5-1

    Pre-season action continued on Saturday night, as the Ottawa Senators hosted the Montreal Canadiens in front of a large Canadian Tire Centre crowd. Both teams’ rosters put emphasis on players vying for an opening night roster spot, although with a recent large roster cut for from Ottawa’s end, the Sens also ended up playing top guys like Mark Stone, Mike Hoffman, and the first start of the season for Craig Anderson. Even though some of the big names were playing, ultimately it was Ottawa’s top prospects that came through, propelling them to a 5-1 win over the rivals. The first goal of the game came off a fantastic play by Logan Brown, who despite being tripped maintained control and made a pass