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Noah
Warren

Noah Warren is a big, strong two-way defender who always lets opponents know they’re in for a tough night. He’s just a pain in the ass to play against. He uses his stick to steer the opposition away from the best ice and takes away their time and space and when he closes in, he…

Date of Birth
July 15, 2004
Position
Defense
Height
6'5"
Draft Year
2022
Place of Birth
St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC  
Shoots
Right
Weight
216 lbs
Draft Result
2/42 (ANA)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Mar 30/22 Warren Noah 23652 – Gatineau vs. Rimouski QMJHL by Shaun Richardson View Report
Mar 17/22 Warren Noah 23596 – Quebec vs. Gatineau QMJHL by Joey Fortin Boulay View Report
Jan 9/22 Warren Noah 23139 – Gatineau vs. Rouyn-Noranda QMJHL by Zacharie Labrie View Report
Jan 5/22 Warren Noah 23116 – Gatineau vs. Blainville-Boisbriand QMJHL by Andy Lehoux View Report
Oct 9/21 Warren Noah 22577 – Gatineau vs. Blainville-Boisbriand QMJHL by Andy Lehoux View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2022-2023 Gatineau Olympiques qmjhl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2021-2022 Gatineau Olympiques qmjhl 62 5 19 24 0.39 17 52
2020-2021 Gatineau Olympiques qmjhl 29 1 3 4 0.14 2 6
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Noah Warren is a big, strong two-way defender who always lets opponents know they’re in for a tough night. He’s just a pain in the ass to play against. He uses his stick to steer the opposition away from the best ice and takes away their time and space and when he closes in, he doles out a heavy impact. With his size and wingspan, he prevents a lot of zone entries and is very tough to pass by. He’s aggressive along the walls and will deliver punishing hits without mercy. With his imposing stature, he can dominate board battles, shut down zone entries, and is a terrific skater who has remarkable speed and agility for a player of his size, giving him excellent gap control. He consistently joins the rush as the fourth attacker over the blue line, but he’s also willing to transport the puck up ice and lead the rush. He defends well and is very composed under pressure, and he can push the pace and surprise his adversaries with clever fakes and the ability to drive wide. His shot explodes off his stick, as he can hammer the puck from higher in the zone and can step off the blue line and release a rocket in stride with just a flick of his wrist. It should be pointed out that he is not yet a finished product and, although there is a lot there, he could still use a fair bit of polish and refinement. His overall high-end potential remains a debate, but he has already made great strides in his game and expanded his degree of influence. Puck management and footwork are things that can always be improved upon. With a size and physicality that projects well to the pro game, if Warren can continues to develop the technical and tactical elements of his play, he has the potential to be a future second pair defender in the NHL.

– FCHockey’s 2022 NHL Draft Guide