Myrenberg is a tall, lanky, right-handed defenseman who plays an all-around game. He moves around the ice quite effortlessly for his size, and he also has terrific edge work as he opens up his hips to play an evasive game with the puck. His edge work, combined with great mobility, allows him to gain separation…
|Jun 3/21||Myrenberg Jonathan||22181 – Stromsbro vs. Sollentuna||HOCKEYETTAN||by Fredrik Haak||View Report|
|Mar 26/21||Myrenberg Jonathan||21847 – Orebro J20 vs. Linkoping J20||SUPERELIT||by Viktor Bergman||View Report|
|2020-2021||Linköping HC J20||J20 Nationell||15||3||5||8||1||10|
Myrenberg is a tall, lanky, right-handed defenseman who plays an all-around game. He moves around the ice quite effortlessly for his size, and he also has terrific edge work as he opens up his hips to play an evasive game with the puck. His edge work, combined with great mobility, allows him to gain separation with the puck. He reaches a high top-speed and can use it to attack the middle, but sometimes he struggles to keep his head up at that speed. His four-way mobility is pretty solid overall, but sometimes he struggles in his backwards skating, giving him a bit of trouble against speedy wingers. When defending he takes advantage of his size to stand up at the line and use his body to close the gap and deny zone entries. Plays the body if he gets the chance. He often tries to force players into physical situations and is very effective in those battles. Shows a great overall understanding of the game. He skates hard to get the puck when opponents dump it because he wants to start quick transitions. Can carry the puck and change zones quite smoothly, or hang back and make nice breakout passes, giving him some versatility that opens up options. When under pressure he stays calm and finds teammates with quick and simple passes. Plays both sides of special teams and between the two he is better on the penalty kill, but he does act very confidently with the puck on the man-advantage. He has a really hard wrist shot, which he places fairly well. Can be prone to standing too still at times and looking lost as he tries to read the play unfolding around him. He is at his best when he plays with aggressiveness and acts directly, something that could more naturally for Myrenberg as he gains more experience.