Mailloux is a rangy and surprisingly agile skater, showing strong lateral movement and decent agility to stop and change directions under pressure. He accelerates well and shows an aggressive nature jumping into the rush, often beating the first forechecker with his feet or a long outlet pass. He isn’t afraid to pinch low into the…
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Mailloux is a rangy and surprisingly agile skater, showing strong lateral movement and decent agility to stop and change directions under pressure. He accelerates well and shows an aggressive nature jumping into the rush, often beating the first forechecker with his feet or a long outlet pass. He isn’t afraid to pinch low into the offensive zone to keep the play alive either, showing confidence handling the puck on the cycle and through traffic. Mailloux has a surprising amount of fluidity in his skating, using long, fluid strides and crossovers to generate speed while carrying the puck and displaying strong edgework that he uses to curl away from checkers to evade pressure, though his top speed is just above average. He is a pretty skilled puckhandler, showing good poise under pressure and the ability to weave through traffic in the neutral zone. He shows the ability to walk the offensive blue line as well, using his edges to open up better shooting lanes for himself. Mailloux possesses a fair amount of offensive skill and flair; he’s very willing to jump deep into the offensive zone from the blue line when the opportunities present themselves, and he does a good job of picking his spots to pinch, rarely leaving his defensive partner out to dry on odd-man rushes. Mailloux’s puck skills are also quite good, on occasion pulling flashy tricks out of his bag to beat defenders one-on-one. His point shot is strong and is capable of getting plenty of power on it when he gets his full weight behind it, and he’s more than willing to shoot the puck. There are some issues in his footwork while pivoting to his backwards skate that led to problems in his gap control and transition defense. In his own zone, he is generally well positioned, though he can rely too much on his stick when defending. Asserting himself physically to separate attackers from the puck would be a more efficient means of defending. He does show the potential to have an effective physical side in his own end, finishing his checks and showing a nasty side along the boards and in front of the net at times. Mailloux is a gifted transporter of the puck while carrying it himself, however, there are some instances of inaccurate outlet passes and poor decisions that lead to defensive zone giveaways.