20 Chris Legg
20 Chris Legg
Height: 6-1
Weight: 202
Year: Senior
Hometown: London, ONT
High School: St. Thomas Aquinas
Position: F
An incredibly fast skating forward with good size, Chris Legg has a knack for putting the puck in the net. Legg will be looked upon to add a scoring punch to the Brown lineup. He became Brown's first NHL draft pick since Ryan Mulhern '96, when he was drafted in the sixth round (171st overall) by the Edmonton Oilers in July, 1999.

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.