He has some great aspects of his game but needs to work on his consistency. His skating is decent, and he gets the jump right off the bat due to his edgework. He is agile but he lacks true breakaway speed that would give him an advantage over his opponents. He possesses a quick release…
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He has some great aspects of his game but needs to work on his consistency. His skating is decent, and he gets the jump right off the bat due to his edgework. He is agile but he lacks true breakaway speed that would give him an advantage over his opponents. He possesses a quick release shot and he isn’t afraid to attack open lanes. He knows where to find his teammates for crisp passes and has good hands in tight He is hard in on the forecheck and pressures defenders to make quick decisions with the puck, causing them to throw it around the boards. He is not afraid to go the dirty areas around the net and battle for positioning. At times he can get caught chasing opponents and needs to work on his consistency in all areas of the ice. In the neutral zone, he shows off a quick stick and is often able to disrupt the opposition as they attempt to enter the defensive zone. He does a good job at getting back to support his defenders as well and he has good reach when defending. Overall, he plays a solid two-way game and made his impact felt on both ends of the ice. He will most likely need to add more weight to be effective at the pro level but could be a solid later round pick for an NHL team.