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Clang

There’s nothing glaringly bad that stands out about Clang, but nothing to get excited about either. Still, he has good enough size and agility in his crease and his overall skills are there, but at times he seems to allow goals that he shouldn’t or doesn’t make obvious saves that he should. He sometimes has…

Date of Birth
May 20, 2002
Position
Goal
Height
6'2.0
Draft Year
2020
Place of Birth
Olofström, SWE  
Shoots
Left
Weight
194 lbs
Draft Result
3/77 (PIT)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Oct 6/20 Clang Calle D3187 – 2020 NHL Draft Guide by FCHockey Staff View Summary
Jun 23/20 Clang Calle 20353 – Finland vs. Sweden 5NT by FCHockey Staff View Report
Jun 23/20 Clang Calle 20343 – Rogle U20 vs. AIK U20 SuperElit by Fredrik Haak View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP GAA SVP
2020-2021 Kristianstads IK allsvenskan
2019-2020 Rögle BK J18 j18-elit 3 2.75 89.7
2019-2020 Rögle BK J20 superelit 34 2.64 91.3
2018-2019 Rögle BK shl
2018-2019 Rögle BK J18 j18-elit 3 3.05 90.7
2018-2019 Rögle BK J20 superelit 24 2.83 90.7
2017-2018 Rögle BK J18 j18-elit 7 1.29 93.8
2017-2018 Rögle BK J20 superelit
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There’s nothing glaringly bad that stands out about Clang, but nothing to get excited about either. Still, he has good enough size and agility in his crease and his overall skills are there, but at times he seems to allow goals that he shouldn’t or doesn’t make obvious saves that he should. He sometimes has trouble playing his angles, where you can see open spots between his shoulder, his arm and the top shelf of the net. With NHL players who can pick corners without difficulty, he would have issues keeping the puck out of the net. On the good side, he is a goaltender who seals the bottom half of his net very well and is swift to react to directional changes on shots, showing some excellent reactional pad saves. He plays a flexible and fluid game and moves around his net well. When he goes down, he can get back up and back into position quickly. He isn’t afraid to defend confidently when opponents are trying to crash the net.  He has quick hands, meaning his blocker and catcher move well and he is always tracking the puck, able to move side-to-side to make the tough saves.  Overall, he is a goaltender who relies heavily on his size and his positioning to make most of his damage rather than reading the play or using his hockey sense.   He keeps his composure well and has most of the attributes a goalie needs, though he needs to keep progressing those skills at the next level.

– FCHockey’s 2020 NHL Draft Guide