Enright has the tools necessary to develop into a solid defender in the future. He routinely makes his impact felt throughout games. He possesses smooth skating ability and quick decision-making. He is an effortless skater who is able to accelerate quickly and close the gap on opposing players. His smooth edgework and agility allow him…
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Enright has the tools necessary to develop into a solid defender in the future. He routinely makes his impact felt throughout games. He possesses smooth skating ability and quick decision-making. He is an effortless skater who is able to accelerate quickly and close the gap on opposing players. His smooth edgework and agility allow him to cut on a dime and create time and space for his teammates. Even with heavy pressure against him on the forecheck he is able to remain composed and make the right decisions with the puck. In transition he does a good job at scanning the ice, and makes a nice first pass up to his forwards. Plays with an active stick and is able to close off passing lanes. His gap control is impressive, showcasing enough mobility to keep opponents to the outside of the defensive zone. He plays his angles really well and makes sure opponent don’t have clear shots on net. Isn’t afraid to put his body on the line to block a shot. He does get caught watching the play sometimes, which will be an area of improvement for him to focus on. Offensively, he’s pretty quiet overall. He has accurate, smooth, tape-to-tape passing ability, but doesn’t make much of an impact in the offensive zone. It would be nice to see him jump into the rush every once in a while, but not so much as a carrier, as he is prone to turning the puck over when he encounters traffic. That sort of thing will never be his calling card. While he battles hard in the defensive zone to try and box out opponents, there are times now where he gets out-muscled, so putting on more muscle mass in the future will help him gain more of an advantage when faced with these situations. All in all, Enright has solid defensive instincts and reads the play really well. It will be interesting to see if he can take the next step offensively.