In a story that has been picked up by several notable publications, Dhiren Mahiban of The Canadian Press discussed goaltender Jeremy Brodeur and the big season he’s having for the Oshawa Generals of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). In his story, Mahiban cites input from ISS Hockey Director of Scouting Dennis MacInnis.
“I remember seeing him 2-3 years ago and if his last name wasn’t Brodeur, I don’t think we would’ve been talking about him,” said MacInnis. “He might be one of the most improved players in all of the CHL this year, not just the Ontario Hockey League.”
The youngest son of legendary NHL goaltender Martin Brodeur, Jeremy Brodeur is working to forge his own path in hockey. Count MacInnis among those who have been impressed with his play.
Brodeur currently sits in the OHL’s top-five in wins and save percentage. See what MacInnis and other members of the hockey community recently had to say about Jeremy Brodeur on these and other websites: