2008-09: Brendan Rempel played for the U.S. NTDP U-18 squad that competed against college and NAHL competition. In 63 total games, Rempel scored three goals and added eight assists to go along with 87 minutes in penalties. Played for the U.S. and was on the gold medal winning U-18 WJC team, though he didn't see a lot of ice time. In seven games in that tournament, Rempel scored one goal and added one assist.
2009-10: In his freshman season at Harvard, Rempel played in just 10 games, registering no points and 11 penalty minutes in limited action. His season was cut short by a bout with mononucleosis.
2010-11: In 26 games for Harvard, Rempel picked up three assists and 22 penalty minutes. He was named Harvard's Most Improved Player for the season.
2011-12: In an injury-shortened season, Rempel played in 15 games for Harvard, registering two assists and eight penalty minutes.
Stay-at-home defenseman with decent size at 6'2, plays physically.
Rempel will wrap up his college career in 2012-13, and could be a free agent of note once his season ends.