Oh, how many hypothetical “Twitter trades” the 22-year-old, gigantic centre has survived. Here we are still discussing the potential of Logan Brown.
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The fact is, the skillset is there, he has the hands and playmaking abilities that almost no other player on the team have at their disposal. The problem has always been the foot speed and overall pace/intensity that “Loggie” (yes, that’s actually what his teammates call him) plays with. if he can work these kinks out and I know we’ve been asking this same question for a few years now so it’s a rather glaring IF, there’s still the potential that he could wind up becoming Ottawa’s no.1 centre in 2021. IF Logan Brown can break out this season, it could absolutely set the Senators up down the middle for the foreseeable future. An 11th overall pick in 2016, Brown finds himself in a position of “make it or break it” for the Sens at the NHL level and he’s proved all there is to prove among lesser competition in the AHL.