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Power

Power reads the ice exceptionally and has mastered making plays on first touch and knowing when to activate from defense to offense. He’s a transitional threat by jumping up with his passes if he doesn’t have possession and is outstanding at putting pucks from danger areas into positive space for his teammates. He’s crisp and…

Date of Birth
November 22, 2002
Position
Defense
Height
6'6"
Draft Year
2021
Place of Birth
Mississauga, ON  
Shoots
Left
Weight
214 lbs
Draft Result
1/1 (BUF)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
May 9/21 Power Owen 22075 – Minnesota vs. Michigan NCAA by Dylan Krill View Report
Jan 28/21 Power Owen 21642 – Michigan vs. Notre Dame NCAA by Justin Froese View Report
Jan 27/21 Power Owen 21636 – Michigan vs. Notre Dame NCAA by Dylan Galloway View Report
Dec 21/20 Power Owen 21481 – Penn State vs. Michigan NCAA by Joel Henderson View Report
Nov 25/20 Power Owen 21374 – Michigan vs. Wisconsin NCAA by Josh Bell View Report
Nov 24/20 Power Owen 21369 – Michigan vs Wisconsin NCAA by Joseph Aleong View Report
Nov 22/20 Power Owen 21358 – Michigan vs. Wisconsin NCAA by FCHockey Staff View Report
Nov 21/20 Power Owen 21353 – Arizona State vs. Michigan NCAA by Brandon Holmes View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2020-2021 Univ. of Michigan ncaa 16 2 10 12 0.75 7 4
2019-2020 Chicago Steel ushl 45 12 28 40 0.89 16 18
2018-2019 Chicago Steel ushl 58 11 14 25 0.43 5 10
October 12, 2021
Trio of 2021s crack NHL Opening Day rosters
August 19, 2021
REPORT: Power to return to Michigan
July 25, 2021
BELL CURVE: Grades for each team at the 2021 Draft
July 25, 2021
2021 NHL Draft grades: Full results, analysis for every first-round pick
July 24, 2021
2021 NHL Draft Tracker
July 23, 2021
FCHockey releases 2021 NHL Draft Guide
July 23, 2021
10 storylines to watch at the 2021 NHL Draft
July 23, 2021
2021 NHL Draft – FCHockey’s Draft Directory
July 23, 2021
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July 22, 2021
FCHockey’s FULL Seven-Round Staff Mock
July 22, 2021
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July 22, 2021
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July 21, 2021
Holmes 10 Takes: Pre-Draft Thoughts
July 20, 2021
2021 NHL Mock Draft – FINAL EDITION
July 17, 2021
Scout Series: Dylan Galloway and Dylan Krill on the USHL, OHL & NCAA
July 16, 2021
Deep Dive: A look into Owen Power’s game
July 8, 2021
Power tops FCHockey’s Final ranking for 2021 NHL Draft
July 7, 2021
FCHockey releases Final ranking for 2021 NHL Draft
July 5, 2021
Notebook: Power, Clarke, Hughes & More
June 11, 2021
Power could return to Michigan for sophomore season
June 3, 2021
2021 NHL Mock Draft – Post Lottery Edition
May 27, 2021
Holmes’ 10 Takes: McTavish, Kidney, Fantilli & More
May 16, 2021
Klimovich to represent Belarus at World Championship
May 13, 2021
Beniers to represent Team USA at World Championship
May 11, 2021
Power to represent Canada at Men’s World Championship
May 9, 2021
2021 NHL Mock Draft – Neumeier edition
April 23, 2021
Hughes tops FCHockey’s Spring ranking for 2021 draft
April 23, 2021
FC releases Spring ranking for 2021 NHL Draft
April 3, 2021
2021 NHL Mock Draft – Holmes Edition
March 23, 2021
Bell’s 10 Takes: Cossa, Dean, Morrow & More
March 21, 2021
The ‘Way-too-early’ 2021 NHL Draft Mock
March 16, 2021
Beniers, Johnson, Power honoured in B1G awards
February 13, 2021
Plenty of options at No. 1 for the 2021 class
February 10, 2021
Hughes tops FCHockey’s Winter ranking for 2021 Draft
February 10, 2021
FCHockey releases Winter Ranking for 2021 NHL Draft
February 2, 2021
Johnson, Power earn Hobey Baker nominations
January 27, 2021
Scout Series: Ray Napientek on the USHL draft crop
December 16, 2020
2021 NHL Draft Mailbag: Power, Robertsson, Wallstedt & More
December 4, 2020
FCHockey releases Preliminary ranking for 2021 NHL Draft
December 4, 2020
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December 3, 2020
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November 25, 2020
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November 25, 2020
2021 NHL Draft: 5 American players to watch
November 17, 2020
Bell’s 10 Takes: Early scouting in the 2020-21 season
November 10, 2020
Power not attending Canada’s World Junior Camp
April 28, 2020
Power named USHL Defenseman of the Year

Power reads the ice exceptionally and has mastered making plays on first touch and knowing when to activate from defense to offense. He’s a transitional threat by jumping up with his passes if he doesn’t have possession and is outstanding at putting pucks from danger areas into positive space for his teammates. He’s crisp and efficient in finding the sticks of teammates through a variety of methods and through subtle deception tactics can lock the feet of opponents and go with a better option if available. In attack scenarios he displays patience to work toward advantageous matchups, letting play develop and seams to be presented instead of forcing an option. It’s not uncommon to see him cover a full 200 feet in any given shift and he despite some execution blunders with mishandling pucks or double clutching, he has some finishing ability as well by choosing efficient shooting methods. He is one of the stronger gap defenders in the draft and can pare down opponents inside lanes, guiding opponents into poor areas and then angling hips to hands off a quick pivot and large closing stride. He’s more effective at using his size as a deterrent showing good protection skills on retrievals and some deceptive footwork to create just enough hesitation to get out from under checks. His stick and instincts are huge pluses and he’s not often caught flat footed or with his stick in the air unless he’s taking a threatening stick out of the play.  When under pressure in the defensive zone, Power excels at making calculated decisions and is able to make quality passes to his outlets. He’s not going to blow you away with blazing speed or have the quick shifter of a servo transmission but the technical aspects, stride extension and dynamic base allows him to pivot flawlessly, move laterally and cover mass amounts of room and do his job proactively whether it be on offense or defense. He will need to be more active in his net-front defense, as he can let the opponent get set easily and doesn’t challenge them, tie them up, or box them up at times. His wrist shot appears to not have a lot of downward force in it, as it’s more of a sweep, but his slap shot is hard and accurate.

FCHockey’s 2021 NHL Draft Guide