Brennan Yadlowski

North American Skater - Everett, WHL
Final Rank:70Midterm Rank:153
Height:6' 1"Weight:174
Born:June 17, 1991Hometown:Edmonton, AB
Born in:Edmonton, AB, CAN
• His dad, Warren, was drafted by the Edmonton Oilers in the 10th round, 200th overall in 1983 – he played for the Calgary Wranglers (now the Lethbridge Hurricanes) and the Prince Albert Raiders in the WHL. His younger brother, Austin, is a Lethbridge Bantam Draft pick.

• Yadlowski is a two-time winner of the Hurricanes Scholastic Player of the Year award and the Hurricanes Most Improved Player award (2007-08 and 2008-09). He was also selected for Team Pacific at the 2008 Under-17 World Hockey Challenge.

• His childhood hockey idol was Jason Smyth, a former captain of Edmonton, his hometown team, and he credits his dad for having the most influence on his career as he was his coach throughout minor hockey.

• His most memorable hockey moment was playing in double overtime in the provincial Bantam AAA final – “although we lost I will always remember it”.


NHL Team: Edmonton Oilers
NHL Player: Mike Green
Goal Celebration: “Arms in the air or fist pump, pretending like I do it all the time”
Movie: Anchorman
TV Show: Entourage
Activity away from the rink: Shopping or my cabin
Pump-up song: “Spit Your Game” by Notorious B.I.G.
Home cooked meal: Ukrainian dishes




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