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Commesso

Commesso displays all the tools that will make him successful when he attends the Boston University in the fall. He was often the driving force when it came to keeping his team (NTDP) in each game he plays. With quick legs, he is athletic and quick when he needs to be and works hard to…

Date of Birth
July 19, 2002
Position
Goal
Height
6'2.0
Draft Year
2020
Place of Birth
Boston, MA  
Shoots
Left
Weight
180 lbs
Draft Result
2/46 (CHI)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Mar 2/22 Commesso Drew 23521 – Boston University vs. Providence NCAA by David Di Paolo View Report
Feb 1/22 Commesso Drew 23341 – Boston University vs. Providence NCAA by Shaun Richardson View Report
Dec 21/21 Commesso Drew 22957 – Finland vs. Team USA WJSS by Shaun Richardson View Report
Oct 6/20 Commesso Drew D3217 – 2020 NHL Draft Guide by FCHockey Staff View Summary
Jun 23/20 Commesso Drew 20363 – USA U18 vs. Boston University USDP by FCHockey Staff View Report
Jun 23/20 Commesso Drew 20362 – Madison vs. USA U18 USHL by View Report
Feb 19/18 Commesso Drew 19606 – St. Sebastians vs. Belmont Hill USHS by FCHockey Staff View Report
Jan 20/18 Commesso Drew 19444 – St. Sebastian’s vs. Governors USHS by FCHockey Staff View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP GAA SVP
2022-2023 Boston Univ. ncaa 0
2021-2022 Boston Univ. ncaa 28
2020-2021 Boston Univ. ncaa 11
2019-2020 USNTDP Juniors ushl 11
2018-2019 USNTDP Juniors ushl 24
2017-2018 St. Sebastian's School ushs-prep 21
2016-2017 St. Sebastian's School ushs-prep 8
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Commesso displays all the tools that will make him successful when he attends the Boston University in the fall. He was often the driving force when it came to keeping his team (NTDP) in each game he plays. With quick legs, he is athletic and quick when he needs to be and works hard to battle through traffic. An intelligent goaltender that thrives on being ahead of the play with his high-end puck tracking ability, he reads the play as well as any goaltender in this draft class. His positioning is solid, and he always seems to get his shoulders square to the shooter, which allows him to eat up rebounds and deny rebounds and secondary scoring chances. His rebound control gets a bit sloppy when he’s taking shots off his pads as he sometimes kicks rebounds out to the slot. This is when his athleticism comes into play and he is often able to recover and make the desperation save. Comes out to handle the puck, makes simple plays, a knack for wanting to help his defense. Where the young American truly excels is in his mindset. He rarely gets frazzled in his net and stays sharp. His reaction to goals against is rarely an issue as he can get back into the game quickly and doesn’t let things get away from him. He understands that each game comes with ups and downs, not letting himself get wrapped up in one goal against or four goals against. He competes on every play and makes the saves he should.

– FCHockey’s 2020 NHL Draft Guide