|High School:||St. Thomas Aquinas|
2001-2002: One of the top-ten scorers on the team, Legg played in 29 of 31 games, finishing with 4-6-10 totals, including 2-6-8 numbers in ECAC games ... Spent a team-low four minutes in the penalty box and scored one game-winning goal ... Tallied an assist in the season-opener at Harvard ... Scored his first goal of the year to put Brown up 2-1 early in the second period against #15 Maine ... Turned in a two-point outing with the first goal of the game and an assist on the game-winning goal against Princeton ... Scored the game-winning goal at #9 UMass-Lowell, earning First Star honors ... Notched the 3rd Brown goal as Brown defeated Dartmouth, 3-1 ... Added a pair of assists to his numbers over the Union/RPI weekend, including the game-winner against RPI ... Had an assist at Yale.
2000-2001: Played in 26 of 29 games, and finished with 3-5-8 totals ... One of six athletes named to the ECAC All-Academic Squad, he tallied two assists in Brown's 5-1 victory over #14 Providence as the Bears claimed the Mayor's Cup for the fifth time in six years ... Turned in another two-assist outing the next weekend in the Bears' 4-3 overtime loss to Dartmouth ... Lit the lamp for the first time of the season with a power play goal at Colgate ... Scored the other two goals of the season in Minnesota: the first, to bring Brown within one goal, 3-2, at #4 St. Cloud, the other four days later, his second goal in three games, to tie the game at 1-1 at #9 Minnesota ... Tallied an assist on the game-tying goal against St. Lawrence ... Spent just six minutes in the penalty box, one of the lowest among the regulars.
1999-2000: Played in 23 games as a rookie, missing four due to injury ... Finished season with 2-3 - 5 totals ... Scored both goals in ECAC contests ... Nailed first collegiate goal and Brown's opening goal of the year against Vermont on November 5 ... Tallied an assist at Dartmouth.
Before Brown: Legg played for two years at St. Thomas Aquinas where he was the Most Improved Player as a freshman. He led the team in scoring as a sophomore and was a league All-Star and the Purple and White Tournament MVP that same year. He then went on to play for the London (Ont.) Nationals Jr. "B" Hockey Club from 1996-1999. Legg also played golf while at St. Thomas Aquinas.
Personal: Christopher John Legg is the son of Brian and Bernie Legg of London, Ontario ... Has a brother, Mike ...Won OAC Accounting Award and was in the Principal's Honor Society at St. Thomas Aquinas ... Interests: Golf and Softball ... Major: Business Economics.