Murray named CCHL Top Prospect

Aaron Vickers2016 Draft Center

Brett Murray of the Carleton Place Canadians has been named CCHL Top Prospect for the 2015-16 season.

In 48 games this season, Murray scored 14 goals and 46 points.

“Murray’s game has taken off over the course of the season,” Future Considerations scout Daniel Deschenes said. “He started off on a hot streak but cooled off a bit after the World Jr. A Challenge, where he stood out as a solid prospect. Murray has been working on the areas of his game that are still quite raw and coming to form, mainly his play away from the puck and his skating. He finishes the year scoring at nearly a point-per-game pace and will be a significant factor in Carleton Place’s run for the RBC Cup.”

Murray is eligible for the 2016 NHL Draft, and is committed to Penn State University for the 2017-18 school year.