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Geekie

Morgan Geekie is a center who’s combination of size and elite puck skills are unlike any other available in this year’s class. He’s a puck possession monster that causes major headaches for those trying to defend him. He uses his frame extremely well to shield the puck from others and create time and space. He…

Date of Birth
May 5, 2004
Position
Center
Height
6'3"
Draft Year
2022
Place of Birth
Strathclair, MB  
Shoots
Right
Weight
196 lbs
Draft Result
1/11 (ARI)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
May 30/22 Geekie Conor 23923 – Edmonton vs. Winnipeg WHL by Donesh Mazloum View Report
Apr 13/22 Geekie Conor 23734 – Winnipeg vs. Moose Jaw WHL by Joel Henderson View Report
Apr 1/22 Geekie Conor 23660 – Winnipeg vs. Medicine Hat WHL by Derek Neumeier View Report
Jan 30/22 Geekie Conor 23325 – Winnipeg vs. Saskatoon WHL by Joel Henderson View Report
Jan 13/22 Geekie Conor 23165 – Winnipeg vs. Brandon WHL by Josh Bell View Report
Oct 30/21 Geekie Conor 22710 – Winnipeg vs. Calgary WHL by Derek Neumeier View Report
Oct 26/21 Geekie Conor 22684 – Regina vs. Winnipeg WHL by View Report
Oct 8/21 Geekie Conor 22569 – Brandon vs. Winnipeg WHL by Joel Henderson View Report
Aug 14/21 Geekie Conor 22372 – Winnipeg vs. Regina WHL by Brandon Holmes View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2021-2022 Winnipeg Ice whl 63 24 46 70 1.11 46 49
2020-2021 Virden Oil Capitals mjhl 9 1 3 4 0.44 20
2020-2021 Winnipeg Ice whl 24 9 14 23 0.96 13 20
2019-2020 Winnipeg Ice whl 7 0 0 0 0 -4 2
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Morgan Geekie is a center who’s combination of size and elite puck skills are unlike any other available in this year’s class. He’s a puck possession monster that causes major headaches for those trying to defend him. He uses his frame extremely well to shield the puck from others and create time and space. He has so many tools to use offensively – it’s almost unfair to opponents when he has the puck. He can use his size to drive the puck to the net, has surprisingly soft hands for a guy his size, and is able to stickhandle his way through defenders. He also possesses a lethal wrister. It’s a heavy heavy shot but his release is deceptive and seems effortless. Another area he excels at is his play off the rush. He’s a threat with the puck, but even without it he drives lanes with a purpose of either getting himself in a better scoring position or to occupy a defender and create more ice. Even though he has all of these amazing offensive skills, there are two things that may hold him back from reaching his full potential. He doesn’t have great acceleration, and his top speed isn’t very high. He can just seem slow in general. It raises questions as to how effective he can be in a modern NHL that is based on speed. His compete-level is questionable, too. He’s fantastic when he has the puck but when he doesn’t, he too often seems disengaged with the play. He doesn’t show much urgency in his own zone to provide support for his defensemen, and he’s not really one to be the first guy in on the forecheck. Put it all together and you get one of the most intriguing prospects. If Geekie is able to work on his skating and better his 200-foot game, the team that picks him may have snagged a top-six center with huge offensive upside.

– FCHockey’s 2022 NHL Draft Guide