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  • Wild picks Brandon Duhaime in 4th round on the 2016 NHL Draft


    Brandon Duhaime is a 6'1" winger from the Tri-City Storm. A native of Parkland, Florida, one of a just a couple players taken from Parkland, Florida this draft class. He scored 10 goals and had 22 assists in 39 games for the Steel this season and added 5 more goals and 5 more assists with the Storm. He will head to Providence College next season. Traded mid-season from the Chicago Steel, and is credited with being a big factor for the Storm in their run to the Clark Cup Final.

    He's a tow-way forward that helped the Storm defend a Dubuqe power play that was around 30 percent heading into the Clark Cup Final. He is tenacious on defense and can add a bit of a scoring touch. He has decent hands and did this in the USHL playoffs:

    ISS had this to say about Duhaime in their February Release of Risers and Fallers:

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