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What Scouts Say
"Brisebois is a Tier IV draft prospect – He has a good chance of being selected in the second round and would be a good value pick in the third. His defensive prowess and strong puck skills could have him as high as second pairing defenceman at the NHL level." - hockey prospectus
"Very fluid skating marks his game. His quickness and mobility allow him to defend very well and to beat the pressures that opponents are trying to apply. Smart, reads the play well and makes very solid plays with the puck. He’s not going to overwhelm you with great skill or physical play but he has excellent consistency, reliability and efficiency." -Bob McKenzie, TSN
"Brisebois is another member of Team Canada who impressed at Ivan Hlinka, playing reliable minutes on the second and third pairings. Brisebois is a low-risk player who will be counted on to take on a heavy workload for Acadie-Bathurst." -mckeen's hockey
On Ice Performance
The stat that jumps off of the page is Brisebois's wonderful -40 this season... Fear not Canucks fans, this is an indictment of the Acadie-Bathurst roster and not that of Brisebois's play. It was an incredibly young team that only won 17 games this season which would suggest that their big minute guys are going to see their +/- stat be very unsavory.
Brisebois was a part of Team Orr for the CHL's top prospect game where he was relied upon to keep guys like Dylan Strome and Mitch Marner in check. He's also played games for Hockey Canada as a member of the Ivan Hlinka tournament as well as the U18 world championships.
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