A smart two-way forward, he is an agile and speedy skater who plays an energetic game and is always looking to be creative with the puck. He skates with bent knees and is ready to dart in any direction to compete with a defender or jump into open ice to support a teammate. He constantly…
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A smart two-way forward, he is an agile and speedy skater who plays an energetic game and is always looking to be creative with the puck. He skates with bent knees and is ready to dart in any direction to compete with a defender or jump into open ice to support a teammate. He constantly displays quality edgework and has a beautiful spin-move. With the puck, he is a dangerous distributor with a sense for where ice will open and for finding the passing lanes to get the puck there. The centerman will pick up a tap pass, spin in the neutral zone and dump the puck into the offensive zone. When in heavy traffic, he can still circle around his opponents and go from zone-to-zone without coughing up the puck. He has good passing abilities and he tends to stay involved in the play. Willing to put the effort in at both ends of the ice, he creates many turnovers and is very responsible defensively. His active stick and agile stance enabled him to quickly react to his opponents’ movements in his defensive zone and regain possession of the puck, which he can promptly bring back down the ice for an offensive scoring chance. He is a strong, balanced prospect with a methodical approach to his game. His confidence allows him to make sound decisions with and without the puck. He rarely forces a play and while he isn’t overly physical, he will do what it takes.