Peart is a smooth and athletic skater, showing great lateral movements and stride power in his backwards mobility. His acceleration is slightly hindered by his developing foot speed, but he has good awareness and is shifty and elusive under forechecking pressure. He is a solid puckhandler and is adept at beating the first forechecker to…
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Peart is a smooth and athletic skater, showing great lateral movements and stride power in his backwards mobility. His acceleration is slightly hindered by his developing foot speed, but he has good awareness and is shifty and elusive under forechecking pressure. He is a solid puckhandler and is adept at beating the first forechecker to break the puck out of his own end. He is not afraid to carry the puck into the offensive zone in transition but he is a crisp outlet passer and routinely creates favorable rush opportunities with two-line pass attempts. When the puck is on his stick Peart can skate it out of his zone and make some smart transition plays, anticipating where the open ice is going to be and drawing opponents to him with some bursts of speed. He’s very creative with the puck and his poise under pressure is really impressive. Peart can make some great exit passes and is a decent puck distributor on the blue line on the man advantage. Peart’s lateral skating allows him to keep a tight gap when defending the rush, showing a good active stick and a proactive defensive stick to pressure puck carriers before the puck gets deep into his own end. He doesn’t shy away from physical contact in defensive zone battles and he can show a physical edge along the boards, but prefers to use his stick to disrupt cycle chances. He can get caught puck watching in his own zone, as he can tend to lean towards creating offense rather than switching coverage on broken plays. Peart is really strong at placing his stick in the passing lanes and actively pressuring opponents to make a decision or making a good poke to separate player from puck. In the defensive zone, there are times where Peart doesn’t activate onto opponents in the slot as quick as desired, and it will be important for him to be a bit more aggressive on his positioning and engage a bit more with opponents throughout the defensive zone. He had a couple of shots, but it’s really only effective with traffic out front and doesn’t have enough power on it to be a threat at distance. There are also times where he can make some questionable decisions, rushing the puck or forcing it into trouble.