FC Rank 125
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Colby
Ambrosio

A zippy forward who shows speed when chasing pucks in the offensive zone, he plays fast with the puck on his stick, too. He moves his hips through his stride to keep defenseman on their heels and make plays to open teammates, which helps create scoring chances in the offensive zone. He can really change…

Date of Birth
August 7, 2002
Position
Center
Height
5'8.5
Draft Year
2020
Place of Birth
Welland, ON  
Shoots
Right
Weight
170 lbs
Draft Result
4/118 (COL)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Oct 6/20 Ambrosio Colby D3192 – 2020 NHL Draft Guide by FCHockey Staff View Summary
Jun 23/20 Ambrosio Colby 20493 – Chicago vs. Tri-City USHL by Ray Napientek View Report
Jun 23/20 Ambrosio Colby 20492 – USA U18 vs. Tri-City USHL by Ray Napientek View Report
Jun 23/20 Ambrosio Colby 20491 – Tri-City vs. Cedar Rapids USHL by Ray Napientek View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2020-2021 Boston College ncaa
2019-2020 Tri-City Storm ushl 48 26 24 50 1.04 2 54
2018-2019 Tri-City Storm ushl 57 12 12 24 0.42 11 36
2017-2018 Buffalo Jr. Sabres 16U midget 66 36 33 69 1.05 53
March 3, 2020
FC releases Spring ranking for 2020 NHL Draft
January 11, 2020
FC releases Winter ranking for 2020 Draft

A zippy forward who shows speed when chasing pucks in the offensive zone, he plays fast with the puck on his stick, too. He moves his hips through his stride to keep defenseman on their heels and make plays to open teammates, which helps create scoring chances in the offensive zone. He can really change directions on a dime due to his solid edge work. His speed forces opposing defenseman to make decisions quicker and helps give his team an edge. He has a quick release on his shot but could use a little bit more power to make it more dangerous consistently, though he always finds a way to put the puck in the net. He constantly finds himself in scoring positions due to his motor and he uses his momentum well to evade defenders. His slick hands and skill with the puck are always on display. His head is always on a swivel both on the forecheck and the backcheck and he is a solid decision maker with the puck. He is solid through the neutral zone on defense and he uses an active stick to take away passing lanes. He isn’t a big guy and doesn’t always take the body but shows a willingness to try. He does a good job of tying up players in front of his own net, but he could be a little more competitive when it comes to those 50/50 battles for the puck. Overall, a dangerous player with the right tools to his game.

– FCHockey’s 2020 NHL Draft Guide