The Montreal Canadians announced on Monday that Prospect Jordan Harris has decided to play another season at the NCAA.
After his fourth season on the American College Circuit, Defender will have the opportunity to exercise full autonomy.
The 20-year-old Harris still hopes to join Hobbs in the future, the company said in a press release.
“After discussions between the company, Jordan and his family members, we agreed that it was the right decision for his development. The company fully supports this plan. Jordan is strongly committed to playing with Canadians in the future,” said General Manager Mark Bergevin.
Third round pick in 2018 (71st overall), Harris has 19 games with Northeastern University this season. In 91 games at the NCAA, he has 10 goals and 53 points. He scored five games at the 2020 World Junior Hockey Championships, failing to help American forces avoid a 1-0 defeat to the Finns in the quarterfinals.