FC Rank 50
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Jamieson
Rees

A smooth skating, playmaking forward who can carry the puck on a string, this speedy player is known for his quick feet and ability to accelerate and hit top speed quickly. Above average speed means he is a step ahead of most players on the ice and he uses it to his advantage to create…

Date of Birth
February 26, 2001
Position
Center
Height
5'10.5
Draft Year
2019
Place of Birth
Hamilton, ON  
Shoots
Left
Weight
172 lbs
Draft Result
2/44 (CAR)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Aug 1/19 Rees Jamieson D3036 – 2019 NHL Draft Guide by FCHockey Staff View Summary
Aug 11/18 Rees Jamieson 19675 – Hlinka Gretzky Review HLINKA by Donesh Mazloum View Summary
Jul 27/17 Rees Jamieson 18538 – U17 Development Camp Review WJC-17 by Dylan Galloway View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2019-2020 Sarnia Sting ohl 39 18 43 61 1.56 4 47
2018-2019 Sarnia Sting ohl 37 10 22 32 0.86 -10 38
2017-2018 Sarnia Sting ohl 46 5 15 20 0.43 5 14
March 5, 2019
FC releases Spring Ranking for 2019 NHL Draft
January 11, 2019
FC releases Winter ranking for 2019 NHL Draft
December 13, 2018
CHL Announces Top Prospects Game Roster
December 8, 2018
Healthy Rees focusing on expectations in draft year
November 1, 2018
FC releases Fall Ranking for 2019 NHL Draft

A smooth skating, playmaking forward who can carry the puck on a string, this speedy player is known for his quick feet and ability to accelerate and hit top speed quickly. Above average speed means he is a step ahead of most players on the ice and he uses it to his advantage to create time and space in the offensive zone. Pairing nicely with his speed is his craft stickhandling skills and he is a dynamic weapon with a booming slap shot. Despite his slight frame, he really possesses tantalizing skills offensively but that means opponents are all over him. Can be predictable around the net and can be selfish, so he isn’t known for his passing game. Also needs to work on better decision making as he tries to do too much on his own and is forced into making mistakes. Defensively, he understands the game but needs to work on making better decisions in high-pressure situations. He backchecks with tenacity and never gives up on the play. Overall, he is an intelligent player who understands the game and uses his ability to create space for himself. Will need to work on refining his game if he is to reach his full potential and needs to rely on and trust his teammates more. If he works on his two-way game, could be a dynamite forward.

– FCHockey’s 2019 NHL Draft Guide