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Attilio
Biasca

A defensive-minded forward who can play in all three zones. Biasca had a strong showing for Switzerland at the U18 tournament after a disappointing year in the QMJHL for Halifax. He’s an energy guy, he puts his body on the line in order to help his team. Biasca is positionally disciplined in his own zone,…

Date of Birth
March 18, 2003
Position
Center
Height
6'0"
Draft Year
2021
Place of Birth
Zug, CHE  
Shoots
Left
Weight
183 lbs
Draft Result
UNDRAFTED
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
May 1/21 Biasca Attilio 22038 – Canada vs. Switzerland WJC-18 by Austin Broad View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2022-2023 Halifax Mooseheads qmjhl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2021-2022 Halifax Mooseheads qmjhl 39 11 3 14 0.36 -5 6
2020-2021 EVZ Academy sl 4 1 0 1 0.25 -5 0
2020-2021 Halifax Mooseheads qmjhl 19 2 6 8 0.42 -10 9
2020-2021 Zug U20 u20-elit 19 6 12 18 0.95 10
2019-2020 Zug U20 u20-elit 34 17 12 29 0.85 8
2018-2019 Zug U20 u20-elit 3 1 0 1 0.33 0
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A defensive-minded forward who can play in all three zones. Biasca had a strong showing for Switzerland at the U18 tournament after a disappointing year in the QMJHL for Halifax. He’s an energy guy, he puts his body on the line in order to help his team. Biasca is positionally disciplined in his own zone, staying in position and taking away passing lanes from his opponents. He loves to throw his weight around both in the open ice and along the boards. A great shot blocker, he gets into the shooting lanes and gets in front of pucks, not allowing them to get through to his goalie. Offensively he has his limitations, he’s an aggressive forechecker and good at retrieving loose pucks but is limited with his puckhandling and his skill with the puck on his stick. He has decent vision, but not strong enough to be a consistent playmaking threat. If he does have success in the offensive zone it’s working below the goal line and operating out of the cycle. He’s a perfect role player at the next level, he can play in all three zones, shut down the opponents power play and provide a spark if the team is playing a little flat. He can definitely carve out a fourth-line role at the NHL level if a team takes a chance on him.

– FCHockey’s 2021 NHL Draft Guide