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Brendan Harris of Las Vegas setting up a scoring play for the BCHL Wenatchee Wild

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Chilliwack, BC – On a rainy night in Canada Brendan Harris’ phenomenal hockey career – three and a half seasons – with the BCHL Wenatchee Wild coached by Bliss Littler came to a close. Brendan and the Wild lost 3-2 to the BCHL Chilliwack Chiefs and were eliminated in the playoffs. Chilliwack won the Best of Seven series four games to none.

Brendan played in a total of 133 games – including playoffs – and had 43 career goals, 133 assists and 176 points for Wenatchee. He was a very popular player, a fan favorite player every season. Brendan, from Las Vegas, is 20 years old. He is listed at 5’9, 170.

The crowd was 2125 at the Prospera Place.

Wenatchee had the best record in the regular season at 45-9-4 and head coach Bliss Littler was named the BCHL Coach of the Year.  Wenatchee won its first playoff series against the BCHL Prince George Spruce Kings.

Brendan has a committment in place with Bemidj State in Minnesota for this fall.