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Domenic
DiVincentiis

Domenic DiVincentiis is a battler who tracks pucks well through low-danger zones and really buckles down and focuses when the attack enters high-danger territory. He appears calm in the crease and has good edgework and mobility, particularly his lateral movement. He can make a strong push across the crease, arrive early, on angle and square…

Date of Birth
March 4, 2004
Position
Goal
Height
6'2"
Draft Year
2022
Place of Birth
Bolton, ON  
Shoots
Left
Weight
184 lbs
Draft Result
7/207 (WPG)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR

Career Stats

Season Team League GP GAA SVP
2022-2023 North Bay Battalion ohl 15
2021-2022 North Bay Battalion ohl 27
2020-2021 Brampton Bombers gojhl 0
July 9, 2022
Each team’s haul at the 2022 NHL Draft
July 8, 2022
FCHockey’s 2022 NHL Draft Tracker

Domenic DiVincentiis is a battler who tracks pucks well through low-danger zones and really buckles down and focuses when the attack enters high-danger territory. He appears calm in the crease and has good edgework and mobility, particularly his lateral movement. He can make a strong push across the crease, arrive early, on angle and square to the puck. He takes away weakside opportunities well, too. He plays his butterfly stance with a really good, tall posture with his weight balanced and a bit of a forward lean to surround pucks. This allows him to find loose pucks around the crease and be ready to make second-chance saves. His rebound control overall is very good, as he can punch pucks away from the net with his blocker or his pads, and anything that hangs around he can find and cover to slow things down. He’s a bit of a leader out there and you can see him talking to his defenders and orchestrating the play. This is perhaps most noticeable in two-on-one situations where the communication between he and his teammates ensures both parties remain on the same page. He will sometimes venture out of his net to play the puck. He skates well enough to be comfortable and safely get out and back, and his ability to move the puck is pretty good. He will mostly just corral it and set it up for his defense, but he can clear the zone or make a pass when the opportunity is there. There are no glaring issues in his play, so if he simply continues to develop he looks like a safe draft selection that has some upside. He also has a chance to leapfrog guys that are currently ahead of him and down the road he may have as much, or more, potential as any goalie in the draft class.


– FCHockey’s 2022 NHL Draft Guide