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Ceulemans

Ceulemans is a dynamic, deceptive skater who has the ability and creativity to manufacture all sorts of advantageous scenarios with speed and angle changes via pivots or living on his edges. He can make so many subtle adjustments in motion to catch and contain or deliver pucks via the pass to teammates. He can make…

Date of Birth
May 5, 2003
Position
Defense
Height
6'2"
Draft Year
2021
Place of Birth
Regina, SK  
Shoots
Right
Weight
192 lbs
Draft Result
1/25 (CBJ)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
May 9/21 Ceulemans Corson 22074 – Canada vs. Switzerland WJC-18 by Justin Froese View Report
Apr 17/21 Ceulemans Corson 21960 – Calgary vs. Brooks AJHL by Justin Froese View Report
Apr 6/21 Ceulemans Corson 21899 – Calgary vs. Brooks AJHL by Derek Neumeier View Report
Mar 31/21 Ceulemans Corson 21873 – Okotoks vs. Brooks AJHL by Donesh Mazloum View Report
Jan 1/21 Ceulemans Corson 21511 – Brooks vs. Camrose AJHL by Donesh Mazloum View Report
Dec 30/20 Ceulemans Corson 21497 – Camrose vs. Brooks AJHL by Joel Henderson View Report
Nov 14/20 Ceulemans Corson 21304 – Drumheller vs. Brooks AJHL by Justin Froese View Report
Oct 28/20 Ceulemans Corson 21179 – Brooks vs. Sherwood Park AJHL by Josh Bell View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2022-2023 Univ. of Wisconsin ncaa 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2020-2021 Brooks Bandits ajhl 2 2 3 5 2.5 2
2019-2020 Brooks Bandits ajhl 44 5 30 35 0.8 80
2018-2019 Brooks Bandits ajhl 5 0 0 0 0 8
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April 30, 2021
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April 3, 2021
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Ceulemans is a dynamic, deceptive skater who has the ability and creativity to manufacture all sorts of advantageous scenarios with speed and angle changes via pivots or living on his edges. He can make so many subtle adjustments in motion to catch and contain or deliver pucks via the pass to teammates. He can make elite level plays while shifting his weight and when he’s carrying the puck, even though he’s not a small guy or the fastest player on the ice, he feeds false information consistently with his head, hands and feet which creates hesitation that allows for a new opening to be created. Habitually he’s a player who will be a consistent threat to activate or lead the rush and often funnels down middle lanes to get below the tops of the circles where he can either set up a deke or get a quick, hard shot off. In zone offensive scenarios he’s consistently rotating and never sticking in one place for long and gains the middle of the ice as soon as possible where he can feed teammates off of his forehand or backhand or shift to play between checks and present himself as a shot option in threatening areas. His skating mechanics are quite translatable to the next level with strong use of his outer edge and positive shin angle which allows superior versatility in terms of his mobility and power generation. He’s got great offensive impulses. His skating is a big strength to keeping him matched with opponents and even though he has to work on check attachment, Ceulemans approach to angling, body position and stick detail doused opportunity and allowed him to retain inside position. The biggest issue with Ceulemans is that there is a distinct lack of consistency when it comes to that effort level, especially on the defensive end. He can come off as lazy or reckless with pucks on his stick and limit himself to few options when he’s calling his own number to attack, showing an advantage in creative thought processes but limited in his capacity to solve problems. He plays a very aggressive, risky game with his puck rushes, pinches and gap control, so turnovers and offensive breaks against are common. Ceulemans has a ton of raw upside and could easily become one of the very best players from this draft class if his development goes according to plan.

– FCHockey’s 2021 NHL Draft Guide