A sparkplug on the ice, Robin does not let his smaller stature deter him from being involved physically and in all three zones of the ice. His high-motor and fast paced play allow him to apply pressure to his opponents in both the offensive zone and in the defensive zone. He gets involved with the…
|Jan 21/22||Robin Louis||23254 – Rimouski vs. Gatineau||QMJHL||by Shaun Richardson||View Report|
|Jan 15/22||Robin Louis||23194 – Baie-Comeau vs. Rimouski||QMJHL||by Andy Lehoux||View Report|
|Apr 28/21||Robin Louis||22015 – Switzerland vs. Latvia||WJC-18||by Derek Neumeier||View Report|
A sparkplug on the ice, Robin does not let his smaller stature deter him from being involved physically and in all three zones of the ice. His high-motor and fast paced play allow him to apply pressure to his opponents in both the offensive zone and in the defensive zone. He gets involved with the physical and 50/50 battles, swarming loose pucks in the offensive zone. A versatile player, he can play multiple roles but with his skillset would fit better into a checking line and role on the penalty killing unit. Has the ability to carry the puck up and down the ice, decent vision and can spot his teammates with accurate passes. Obviously when you have a player with his size, there’s going to be a ton of questions about his size. His smaller frame will be an obstacle for him to overcome but he seems to have a good understanding of how to overcome the size issue. Has some offensive ability but won’t be a regular on the highlight reel or the scoresheet. With his style of play he’s a great player to take a chance on in the later rounds, players with his high-energy and his willingness to be a pain on the ice is what teams are looking for in their bottom-6, and he will only get better if he matures physically.