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Jake DeBrusk

Jake DeBrusk

#74RW,
G
25
A
17
Pts
42
+/-
6
PPP
4
SOG
184
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 0"/196 lbs
Born: Edmonton, Canada
Draft: 2015 1st round (14th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Stanley Cup of Chowder

    2022 Player Ratings: More of the same from Jack Studnicka

    Jack Studnicka in 2022 Key stats: 15 GP, 0G, 3A, 3PTS Other stats: 35 AHL points in 41 GP, 51.1% CF (5v5), 55.0 CF/60 (5v5) Reader rating: 4 Writer rating: 4.7 At this point, I’m starting to feel a little bit like Charlie Brown trying to kick the football when it comes to Jack Studnicka. Every offseason, I talk myself into this being the year that he gets an NHL look and earns his spot, taking the step forward we’ve all been waiting for.

  • The Hockey Writers

    Bruins: 3 Remaining Free Agent Defensemen to Target

    The Boston Bruins are heading into the 2022-23 season with a bit more optimism after re-signing Patrice Bergeron and convincing David Krejci to return after a year in Czechia. Yet, it wouldn’t be a bad thing for them to consider bringing in another defenseman before the start of the campaign. Although we are late into the offseason, there are still some decent options available worth considering.

  • The Hockey Writers

    3 Bruins Who Benefit From Bergeron & Krejci Returning

    Pavel Zacha When Pavel Zacha signed his one-year contract with the Bruins on Monday, he will provide the Black and Gold with some much-needed top nine depth, but with Brad Marchand missing the beginning of the season, he could very well find himself playing a big role in the top six. In his time with the New Jersey Devils, there was not a lot of opportunity for the sixth overall pick of the 2015 Entry Draft to play with playmakers as good as Bergeron or Krejci.