FC Rank 54
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Egor
Afanasyev

While his skating needs improvement, he always keeps his feet moving. As a skilled-offensive forward, he displays speed and an ability to be in the thick of the rush up the ice. He shows good vision and anticipates passes while also looking for a good outlet pass. He displays great passing skills and above average…

Date of Birth
January 23, 2001
Position
Left Wing
Height
6'3.5
Draft Year
2019
Place of Birth
Tver, RUS  
Shoots
Left
Weight
201 lbs
Draft Result
2/45 (NSH)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Aug 1/19 Afanasyev Egor D3004 – 2019 NHL Draft Guide by FCHockey Staff View Summary
Nov 30/18 Afanasyev Egor 20198 – Muskegon vs. Green Bay USHL by Andy Lehoux View Report
Nov 5/17 Afanasyev Egor 18984 – Russia vs. Sweden WJC-17 by FCHockey Staff View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2019-2020 Windsor Spitfires ohl 62 31 36 67 1.08 14 40
2018-2019 Muskegon Lumberjacks ushl 58 27 35 62 1.07 24 36
2017-2018 Muskegon Lumberjacks ushl 45 6 8 14 0.31 -3 16
December 13, 2018
USHL Announces Top Prospects Game Roster

While his skating needs improvement, he always keeps his feet moving. As a skilled-offensive forward, he displays speed and an ability to be in the thick of the rush up the ice. He shows good vision and anticipates passes while also looking for a good outlet pass. He displays great passing skills and above average vision. He circulates the puck well and he’s adept at keeping the play alive along the boards. He has a quick release and a powerful wrist shot, but it isn’t always very precise. He possesses some slick hands and can create room for himself with quick stick-handles and some patience. Depending if the puck is near him or not, he can both stay out of the action to get in a better position or use his intensity to get possession of the puck. Defensively, he can be inconsistent and needs to work on always putting his best effort in when backchecking. He can be defensively responsible, but at times is sloppy. Can tend to appear lost and chasing in his own end when he gets distracted, waiting for a stretch pass to start out on offense. He utilizes an active stick defensively as well as his strength and size in the corners for puck battles. When he puts the effort in, he gets more involved in the play and has better results as a two-way player.

– FCHockey’s 2019 NHL Draft Guide