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Cameron
Rowe

A very athletic netminder, he is very active in his crease, getting into and out of the butterfly quickly and showing smooth post-to-post movement. However, he’s almost too active, as he sometimes over-commits on plays, forcing himself into bad positions. Technique is still flawed, especially when moving laterally, as holes open in his form. His…

Date of Birth
June 1, 2001
Position
Goal
Height
6'2.5
Draft Year
2020
Place of Birth
Wilmette, IL  
Shoots
Left
Weight
212 lbs
Draft Result
UNDRAFTED
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Jul 16/20 Rowe Cameron 20931 – Des Moines vs. Chicago USHL by Ray Napientek View Report
Jul 16/20 Rowe Cameron 20930 – Des Moines vs. Waterloo USHL by Ray Napientek View Report
Aug 1/19 Rowe Cameron D2983 – 2019 NHL Draft Guide by FCHockey Staff View Summary

Career Stats

Season Team League GP GAA SVP
2020-2021 Univ. of Wisconsin ncaa
2019-2020 Des Moines Buccaneers ushl 33 3.52 89.9
2018-2019 USNTDP Juniors ushl 16 3.05 88.4
2017-2018 USNTDP Juniors ushl 23 4.29 87
September 27, 2018
AAPG Notebook: Fries

A very athletic netminder, he is very active in his crease, getting into and out of the butterfly quickly and showing smooth post-to-post movement. However, he’s almost too active, as he sometimes over-commits on plays, forcing himself into bad positions. Technique is still flawed, especially when moving laterally, as holes open in his form. His athleticism helps him make the tough saves and he does a good job squaring his body while in the splits. He uses fundamental positioning to move in his crease and protect his posts. He plays with a calm demeanor and poise, able to leave the last bad goal behind. He likes to play at the top of his crease to take the net away from opponents and uses his quick butterfly to quickly snuff out scoring chances in tight. He reads the play and reacts well and quickly smothers any rebounds or goalmouth scrambles. While he still needs to work on his play in the crease, the good news is that there’s a lot of skill for an NHL goalie coach to work with given his natural size, mental game and athleticism. Being trained at the NTDP is also an asset that could make a difference in his long-term development. He is a competitor and appears willing to put the work in to improve his overall game for the team that takes a chance on him.

– FCHockey’s 2020 NHL Draft Guide