A small but acrobatic goaltender, Wolf relies heavily on quick feet and structure to his game to make up for the deficiencies of being undersized. He is very agile on his feet and dynamic post-to-post. He is an excellent play predictor and competes for every puck or shot attempt, setting himself up in an aggressive…
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A small but acrobatic goaltender, Wolf relies heavily on quick feet and structure to his game to make up for the deficiencies of being undersized. He is very agile on his feet and dynamic post-to-post. He is an excellent play predictor and competes for every puck or shot attempt, setting himself up in an aggressive manner to eliminate holes at any angle. He uses his active stick to poke-check scoring chances and passes and keeps his head on a swivel. He’s a good communicator with his teammates and has decent vision through traffic. An extremely composed player who has great bodily control and while not playing overaggressive, he keeps in sync with his crease and challenges all shots thanks to his dynamic feet and ability to track play. His ability to keep square to shooters is highly impressive given his physical make up and he is consistently in adjustment and focused, not flinching prior to a shot. His legs are explosive and he is excellent at going in and out of his butterfly and kicking his pads out in a quick yet controlled manner. He has a very composed posture and is very strong with his hands, using his glove effectively and confidently, giving up no extra chances. He uses both his glove hand and blocker well to make sure shots are controlled and he is set up to handle secondary attempts.