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Mason
Beaupit

Mason Beaupit’s size makes an impression right from the start. He covers a lot of the net and gains some advantage over shooters by his sheer volume alone. He can come out to the top of his crease to challenge the play, retreat back with a nice level of control, and his east-west mobility is…

Date of Birth
September 23, 2003
Position
Goal
Height
6'5"
Draft Year
2022
Place of Birth
Surrey, BC  
Shoots
Left
Weight
188 lbs
Draft Result
4/108 (SJS)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Feb 14/22 Beaupit Mason 23431 – Kelowna vs. Spokane WHL by Derek Neumeier View Report
Nov 17/21 Beaupit Mason 22806 – Everett vs. Spokane WHL by Kellen Eyre View Report
Oct 22/21 Beaupit Mason 22665 – Spokane vs. Seattle WHL by Kellen Eyre View Report
Oct 15/21 Beaupit Mason 22627 – Seattle vs. Spokane WHL by Derek Neumeier View Report
Oct 12/21 Beaupit Mason 22610 – Seattle vs. Spokane WHL by David Di Paolo View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP GAA SVP
2021-2022 Spokane Chiefs whl 49
2020-2021 Spokane Chiefs whl 10
2019-2020 Spokane Chiefs whl 3
July 9, 2022
Each team’s haul at the 2022 NHL Draft
July 8, 2022
FCHockey’s 2022 NHL Draft Tracker
March 24, 2022
Firkus, Wright named top players at CHL Top Prospects Game
March 11, 2022
Rosters set for CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game
February 15, 2022
Wright headlines participants in 2022 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game
January 3, 2022
Predicting Team Canada at the 2023 World Juniors
November 29, 2021
POW Watch: Week ending Nov. 29, 2021
October 22, 2021
The Pipeline: A Conversation with Mason Beaupit
October 1, 2021
FCHockey releases preliminary ranking for 2022 draft

Mason Beaupit’s size makes an impression right from the start. He covers a lot of the net and gains some advantage over shooters by his sheer volume alone. He can come out to the top of his crease to challenge the play, retreat back with a nice level of control, and his east-west mobility is good — especially while down in the butterfly position. That is fortunate because he relies on going down early and often, almost too frequently. At the risk of stating the obvious, size is a good thing, but when it is your top skill that means there is room for improvement in a lot of areas. There’s an upside and a downside to that, and he can be a frustrating goaltender in that regard. Like most goalies of his stature, there are holes in his body and shots can find a way through. This will be difficult to tidy up simply because his five-hole and underarm gaps are so big, but it’s not impossible and he will make improvements. His rebound tracking from shots that hit his chest could use a bit of attention as well. He’s frequently unable to follow the puck out and once he loses sight of it things go from bad to worse in a hurry, and panic starts to set into his game. He will scramble and make some terrific saves while sprawled on his back on pucks that should have reached the back of the net, but often times the initial shot should have been contained in the first place. The projection for him is a difficult one. If a team sees him as big but with limited development potential, then there will be little interest. But if he is seen as raw and capable of adding skill and some fundamental technique to that big frame with some extensive work alongside a team’s goalie development staff, then things become a lot more intriguing for a goaltender as raw as he is.


– FCHockey’s 2022 NHL Draft Guide