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Brad Ross

23-Year-Old Left Wing – Free Agent

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2015-16 Fantasy Hockey Outlook

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SHOOTS: Left   HT: 6' 1"   WT: 183   DOB: 5/28/1992   BORN: Calgary, Alberta   DRAFTED: 2nd Rd, #43 Overall in 2010   Show ContractHide Contract

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Brad Ross Contract Information:

Signed with Iserlohn of Germany in May 2015.

June 29, 2015  –  Brad Ross News

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Ross wasn't tendered a qualifying offer by the Oilers on Monday, meaning he'll become an unrestricted free agent, Jason Gregor of the Edmonton Journal reports.

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Season Age League Team GP G A Pts +/- PIM SOG SH% GWG SHG TOI/G G A Pts TOI/G Hits BS
2014-15 22 AHL TOR 32 4 4 8 0 62 0 0

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Brad Ross: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Ross was traded to the Oilers along with a fourth-round pick (107th overall) on Saturday for defender Martin Marincin, according to TSN.ca.

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Ross was suspended 20 games Wednesday for violating the AHL's Performance Enhancing Substances Program, James Mirtle of the Globe & Mail reports.

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Ross signed a three-year, entry-level contract with Toronto on Tuesday, MapleLeafs.NHL.com reports.

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Ross was selected by Toronto with the 43rd overall pick in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2015-16

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2012-13

Ross' game is all about truculence, but, this past season, he added some talent to the mix, as well. He delivered 42 goals for the WHL's Portland Winterhawks last season -- that was good enough for a top-10 finish league-wide. Playing in Portland is a turbo boost for most prospects -- that team plays the closest to an NHL style in all of junior hockey. So, Ross could bring his grit to Leafland a whole lot sooner than some of the team's other prospects. Expect him to be in the AHL this season, though -- there just aren't many available spots on the big club.

2011-12

Ross really is a Tasmanian Devil on skates. He's not unlike the "coloorful" Esa Tikkanen, a guy you loved to have on your team but whose abrasive, irritating, in-your-face approach made enemies everywhere else. And like Tikkanen, Ross also brings skill to the table. He played the last two seasons alongside higher profile prospects, Nino Niederreiter (Islanders) and Ryan Johansen (Jackets), and put up 58 goals and 137 points. Of course, there were also the 374 PIMs to go with that. He's about three seasons away from the NHL but he'll be a multi-category producer when he gets there.

2010-11

Ross is your classic agitator who also brings some skill to the table (30 goals, 70 points and 200+ PIMs with the Portland Winterhawks of the WHL last season). He will eventually become a fan favorite in Toronto with his opportunistic and abrasive play, and will likely remind Gen Xers of Esa Tikkanen or Darcy Tucker. Scouts on the draft floor were calling him a “Tasmanian Devil on skates." You get the picture.