Brendan Morrison


Forward / NHL, Canada



Brendan Morrison is a retired hockey player from Canada. His long, professional career included over 934 games with seven different NHL teams. Before the NHL, Morrison played at the University of Michigan. Brendan lead the Wolverines to their first National Championship and was awarded with the Hobey Baker award, suggesting he was the best collegiate player in the country for the 1996-97 season. Most of his NHL success derives from his time with the Vancouver Canucks from 2000-08. Brandon Morrison played along with Todd Bertuzzi and Markus Naslund to coin the Canucks as the “West Coast Express”.

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August 15, 1975 (age 42)


6 ft 2 in (188 cm)


195 lb (88 kg; 13 stone 13 lb)


NHL, Canada



NHL Draft

39th overall, 1993 New Jersey Devils

Brendan Morrison Scores OT Goal to Secure NCAA Championship for the Wolverines

With Brendan Morrison leading the way, the Michigan Wolverines won the 1996 National Championship. Brendan Morrison buried the game winner and gave Michigan and Coach Red Berenson their first champ

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Brendan Morrison Catches Giant Fish On Birthday

On his 41st birthday Brendan caught a massive Halibut.

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Brendan Morrison on Funniest Media Story

From 2002-2006 Brendan Morrison played on one of the best lines in hockey. Morrison, along with Markus Naslund and Todd Bertuzzi, made up the West Coast Express. Although the West Coast Express was

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Brendan Morrison's Tofino Saltwater Classic

Tofino Saltwater Classic - July 14-16, 2017. Registration Opens January 2! Thank you to everyone, especially the volunteers and local businesses, who contributed to the success if the 2016

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Brendan Morrison Shares Some of his Favorite Fishing Stories

Raised on the west coast in British Columbia, Brendan Morrison grew up catching salmon and halibut. Brendan shares some of his favorite fishing stories with Like A Pro.

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Brendan Morrison Reflects on his College Days at the University of Michigan

For Brendan Morrison, college was an unforgettable experience both on and off the ice. Morrison describes his experience at the University of Michigan.

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Brendan Morrison's Life Gear

Anyone who follows Brendan Morrison on Twitter knows he loves to fish. What you might not know though is some of his favorite things. From mus

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Red's First Champs Recall Winning It All in Cincinnati

CINCINNATI --  There is a photo as grand as any taken of a coach and a player after they've scaled the mountain top together, staking their flag at the summit after a long and tiring quest.

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