FC Rank 171
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Francesco
Arcuri

Arcuri shows flashes of offensive upside, but also struggles with consistency. He has great offensive awareness and is usually in the right position in the attacking zone. He has the speed and acceleration to get in behind the defense for a breakaway or to create separation. Shows some good passing ability in the offensive zone,…

Date of Birth
June 13, 2003
Position
Center
Height
6'0"
Draft Year
2021
Place of Birth
Woodbridge, ON  
Shoots
Left
Weight
187 lbs
Draft Result
6/175 (DAL)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Jun 7/21 Arcuri Francesco 22207 – Instat vs. SkillsCorp PBHH by Olivia McArter View Report
Mar 23/21 Arcuri Francesco 21831 – Linz vs. Olimpija Ljubljana OHL by Olivia McArter View Report
Feb 23/21 Arcuri Francesco 21740 – Linz II vs. Jesenice AlpsHL by Josh Bell View Report
Feb 6/21 Arcuri Francesco 21683 – Linz II vs. KAC AlpsHL by Olivia McArter View Report
Jan 6/21 Arcuri Francesco 21540 – Kingston vs. Sault Ste. Marie OHL by FCHockey Staff View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2021-2022 Kingston Frontenacs ohl 45 26 31 57 1.27 20 26
2019-2020 Kingston Frontenacs ohl 60 7 13 20 0.33 -24 14
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Arcuri shows flashes of offensive upside, but also struggles with consistency. He has great offensive awareness and is usually in the right position in the attacking zone. He has the speed and acceleration to get in behind the defense for a breakaway or to create separation. Shows some good passing ability in the offensive zone, and there are occasionally solid drives to the net. Looks to move the puck up the ice quick in transition and is great at finding the open man with speed on the breakout. He holds the puck in his hip pocket well and knows how to use his body to protect the puck. He has a decent shot that can find the net when it’s supposed to, but he doesn’t yet have the power to consistently score from range. He seems to act more like a passenger in the play rather than a driver at times, though. He can tend to fade into the background of the game. In his own end he races to grab loose pucks but is prone to throwing them away right back to the opposition. He doesn’t seem comfortable in his own end, making some questionable, rushed passes even when he has the time to stop and evaluate his options. He seems to lack enough pop in his skating, not getting full extensions and almost bouncing up and down rather than forward. He could also improve his ankle flexion, as he can get a little too upright at times. His ability to stack skills is questionable. As soon as he starts using his hands or his processing, his feet stop moving, signalling syncing issues. Makes too many questionable decisions, which leads to concerns about how well he thinks the game. Needs to put on some muscle to be able to win more puck battles in front of the net and play more physically down the middle.

– FCHockey’s 2021 NHL Draft Guide