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Connor
McClennon

A solid motor with loads of energy, he is deceptive in traffic because he can change directions quickly. His overall skating is below average, and he needs to work on his power but he has some kick. The elusiveness in his skating is enabled by his edge work and acceleration, but his short stride doesn’t…

Date of Birth
June 25, 2002
Position
Right Wing
Height
5'8"
Draft Year
2020
Place of Birth
Wainwright, AB  
Shoots
Right
Weight
163 lbs
Draft Result
6/178 (PHI)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Oct 6/20 McClennon Connor D3202 – 2020 NHL Draft Guide by FCHockey Staff View Summary
Jul 14/20 McClennon Connor 20702 – Winnipeg vs. Brandon WHL by Justin Froese View Report
Jul 14/20 McClennon Connor 20701 – Winnipeg vs. Brandon WHL by Justin Froese View Report
Jul 14/20 McClennon Connor 20700 – Prince Albert vs. Winnipeg WHL by Joel Henderson View Report
Jul 14/20 McClennon Connor 20699 – Winnipeg vs. Regina WHL by Joel Henderson View Report
Jul 14/20 McClennon Connor 20698 – Hlinka Camp Review HLINKA by Donesh Mazloum View Report
Jul 14/20 McClennon Connor 20697 – Hlinka Gretzky Review HLINKA by Derek Neumeier View Report
Jul 14/20 McClennon Connor 20696 – Winnipeg vs. Brandon WHL by Justin Froese View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2022-2023 Winnipeg Ice whl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2021-2022 Winnipeg Ice whl 62 43 38 81 1.31 42 59
2020-2021 Drayton Valley Thunder ajhl 4 2 2 4 1 6 2
2020-2021 Winnipeg Ice whl 24 14 19 33 1.38 6 27
2019-2020 Winnipeg Ice whl 42 21 28 49 1.17 9 25
2018-2019 Winnipeg Ice whl 46 14 15 29 0.63 -24 18
2017-2018 Winnipeg Ice whl 5 0 0 0 0 -1 2
October 2, 2020
Pre-2020 NHL Draft Scout Survey – V3

A solid motor with loads of energy, he is deceptive in traffic because he can change directions quickly. His overall skating is below average, and he needs to work on his power but he has some kick. The elusiveness in his skating is enabled by his edge work and acceleration, but his short stride doesn’t allow him to cover a lot of ground quickly and when he does, he is susceptible to getting caught. He’s an aggressive player, whether he is forechecking or trying to create a play, but he has a lot of trouble gaining separation in open ice — a bad sign for someone with his small stature and short reach. If he can turn that part of his game into a strength, though, he has potential to be an offensive spark plug. He plays with a lot of fire and always wants to create plays for his teammates. He is at his best when the puck is on his stick, either working the wall and looking for holes in coverage or using his stickwork to dissect opposing defenses. He doesn’t have an overpowering shot but is an opportunist and could get himself in good places to get pucks through to the net.  Defensively, he is a disruptive presence to opponents and is willing to go to battle for his team. His reach can be a hindrance but when positioned properly, he can break up plays. He is very vocal with his teammates and exhibits a patient game.

– FCHockey’s 2020 NHL Draft Guide