Brandon Prust
Brandon Prust
Number: 33
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 195
Shoots: Left
Born: 16 Mar 1984
Birthplace: London, ON, Canada
Drafted: CGY / 2004 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 3rd (70th overall)

2008-09 HIGHLIGHTS: Earned his first NHL point with an assist on Oct.11 VAN 4 @ CGY 4 OTL ... scored his first NHL goal (game winner) on Oct.25 CGY 4 @ PHX 1 ... had two fights in the 3rd period (vs. Brower and Walker) on Nov.9 CGY 1 @ CHI 6 ... suffered a fractured jaw on Dec.5 CGY 4 @ STL 3 OT ... cleared to play as of Feb.6 after missing 25 games with a fractured jaw ... played his first game on Feb.19 CGY 3 @ MIN 2 (OT) since missing 26 games with a fractured jaw (occured on Dec.5) ... injuried on Feb.27 MIN 1 @ CGY 4

vs. Rick Rypien (Oct.11 vs. VAN)
vs. Steve MacIntyre (Oct.18 @ EDM)
vs. Nick Tarnasky (Oct.23 @ NSH)
vs. Cody McLeod (Oct.28 vs. COL)
vs. Nathan McIver (Nov.2 @ ANA)
vs. Jordan Tootoo (Nov.6 vs. NSH)
vs. Jared Boll (Nov.8 @ CLB)
vs. Troy Brower (Nov.9 @ CHI)
vs. Matt Walker (Nov.9 @ CHI)
vs. Mike Brown (Nov.27 @ VAN)
vs. Cam Janssen (Dec.5 @ STL)

2007-2008 - Finished 5th in the AHL and led his team in penalty minutes (248) … assigned to Quad City on Sept. 29th  after attending Calgary’s Main Training Camp … recorded the first three assist game in Quad City Flames history on Nov. 17th at Iowa … recorded his 600th AHL career penalty minute on Nov. 27th vs. Chicago … scored with 1:44 left in regulation to tie the game in a 5-4 shootout victory over Grand Rapids on Jan. 9th, also established a new career high for assists with a helper in the win over the Griffins … attempted the first penalty shot in Quad City Flames history on Jan. 12th vs. Iowa, which was denied by Iowa’s Tobias Stephan … recorded two goals, including a game-tying goal with 49 seconds left in regulation, in a 4-3 overtime loss to Rockford on Jan. 13th … played in his 200th career AHL game on Feb. 1st at Houston … was named first star after scoring a goal in a 4-3 win over Rockford on Feb. 10th … set a new career high in points with an assist for his 28th point on Feb. 16th vs. San Antonio … set a new franchise record for penalty minutes with 22 PIMs on Feb. 20th vs. Hamilton, during the contest he also recorded his 700th career penalty minute … one of four Quad City Flames recalled to Calgary on April 15th following the conclusion of the AHL regular season

Recalled from Omaha on Oct. 31 ... played his first NHL game on Nov.1 @ DET (L 3-2) ... had his first NHL fight and led the Flames in hits with 3 on Nov. 3 @ CLB (L/SO 5-4) ... had his second NHL fight (vs. Shawn Thornton) on Nov. 10 vs. ANA (W 3-0) ... assigned to Omaha on Nov. 18 ... recalled from Omaha on Dec. 7 ... fought Tyler Bouck on Dec. 9 vs. VAN (W 5-3) .. assigned to Omaha on Dec. 10 ... recalled from Omaha on Dec. 13 ... reassigned to Omaha on Dec.16 … ranked third in the AHL in major penalties with 23…led Omaha (AHL) in penalty minutes with 211…ranked as Calgary’s eighth best prospect by the 2007 edition of The Hockey News Future Watch…scored the game-winning goal on April 15th vs. Chicago, the victory clinched the Western Conference title for Omaha…recorded his second multiple goal game of the season on March 10th vs. Grand Rapids…netted a game-winning goal on Feb. 2nd vs. San Antonio…recorded a multiple goal game, including the game-winning tally, on Jan. 12th vs. Grand Rapids … PLAYOFFS: played in all six games vs. Iowa, and tied for the team lead with 3 assists, and led the team in PIMs (20)...

2005-06: Played in all but one game for the Ak-Sar-Ben Knights during his rookie season, scoring 12 goals and 26 points ... led Omaha (AHL) and ranked fifth in the AHL in penalty minutes with 294 … scored his first professional goal against Chicago on October 28, 2005...set the team record for penalty minutes in a game when he had 32 at Chicago on January 8, 2006 … came to Omaha from the London Knights of the OHL where he won a Memorial Cup in 2005.


Appeared in 177 Ontario Hockey League games as a member of the London Knights from 2002 through 2005 scoring 41 goals, 70 assists for 111 points, and 537 PIMs …won a Memorial Cup Championship as a member of the 2004-05 London Knights … During their run to the championship, the Knights recorded OHL records for win percentage (.882), points (120) and wins (59) …the squad also holds the CHL record for winning percentage … 2004-05: led London in penalty minutes with 174 … 2003-04: Won an OHL regular season championship as a member of the London Knights…T-6th in league scoring with 20 points during the 2004 OHL playoffs … T-3rd in the league for penalty minutes with 269 PIMS … 2002-03: led all London Knights rookies in goals (12), assists (17), points (29), penalties (94) and led the team in plus/minus (+14) … played 44 playoff games during his three year OHL career.