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Cameron
Berg

Berg, a second-year draft-eligible winger, is a high-energy, hard-working offensive player who was a central figure in the Muskegon attack. With the size and strength to play a physically punishing game and the speed to get around the ice quickly, he is in the middle of the action every shift. With the puck on his…

Date of Birth
January 29, 2002
Position
Center
Height
5'11.25
Draft Year
2021
Place of Birth
West Fargo, ND  
Shoots
Left
Weight
181 lbs
Draft Result
4/125 (NYI)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
May 24/21 Berg Cameron 22139 – Muskegon vs. Chicago USHL by Shaun Richardson View Report
May 24/21 Berg Cameron 22136 – Muskegon vs. Chicago USHL by Dylan Krill View Report
Apr 9/21 Berg Cameron 21918 – All-American Prospects Game AAPG by Derek Neumeier View Report
Mar 22/21 Berg Cameron 21827 – Muskegon vs. Green Bay USHL by Dylan Krill View Report
Oct 6/20 Berg Cameron D3186 – 2020 NHL Draft Guide by FCHockey Staff View Summary
Jun 23/20 Berg Cameron 20296 – Muskegon vs. Chicago USHL by Ray Napientek View Report
Jun 23/20 Berg Cameron 20295 – Muskegon vs. Waterloo USHL by Ray Napientek View Report
Jun 23/20 Berg Cameron 20274 – USA U18 vs Muskegon USHL by Dylan Galloway View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2021-2022 Univ. of Nebraska-Omaha ncaa
2019-2020 Muskegon Lumberjacks ushl 32 18 12 30 0.94 4 8
2019-2020 Omaha Lancers ushl 14 2 2 4 0.29 1 2
2018-2019 Omaha Lancers ushl 51 3 7 10 0.2 5 10
July 24, 2021
2021 NHL Draft Tracker
July 23, 2021
FCHockey releases 2021 NHL Draft Guide
July 22, 2021
FCHockey’s FULL Seven-Round Staff Mock
July 22, 2021
Scout Survey: 2021 NHL Draft class
July 7, 2021
FCHockey releases Final ranking for 2021 NHL Draft
April 12, 2021
Notebook: 2021 All-American Game edition

Berg, a second-year draft-eligible winger, is a high-energy, hard-working offensive player who was a central figure in the Muskegon attack. With the size and strength to play a physically punishing game and the speed to get around the ice quickly, he is in the middle of the action every shift. With the puck on his stick he is a frequent offensive threat. He protects the puck well while taking on defenders, keeps his feet moving, is able to gain access to the middle of the ice for high-quality scoring chances, and drives hard to the net. One skill that really jumps out is his ability to play a chip-and-chase game. By utilizing a soft chip when pressured without having full puck possession, he is able to bump the puck into open space and take advantage of his speed to regain possession and maintain the attack. Away from the puck he does a number of things well, based on sound fundamentals. On the backcheck he is very determined and frequently catches up to the play as he comes back to his zone through the middle of the ice with a good stick. His defensive zone play is very effective and indicates a nice maturity. With his head on a swivel, he is able to track and adjust his focus to defend. His stick placement is very good, not only using it to take away passing lanes, but also consistently going stick-on-puck when closing in on opposing puck carriers. He is quite willing to move the puck in breakouts and neutral zone transition situations, but once in the offensive zone he tends to get tunnel vision and only take the shot option. That’s something that will be less available to him as he continues to face stronger competition. Berg is the type of player that every team sees value in, and it’s not a stretch to see him as a third-line power forward capable of contributing on the scores heet at the professional level.

– FCHockey’s 2021 NHL Draft Guide