FC Rank 6
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Peyton
Krebs

Known as a cerebral player, Krebs is a world-class thinker and he oozes talent. Logging lots of ice time, he’s constantly in the thick of the action. Although his skating still needs work, he’s very shifty on his edges and has a quick and efficient stride that generates lots of power. He has beautiful vision…

Date of Birth
January 26, 2001
Position
Center
Height
5'11.25
Draft Year
2019
Place of Birth
Calgary, AB  
Shoots
Left
Weight
180 lbs
Draft Result
1/17
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Aug 1/19 Krebs Peyton 2019 NHL Draft Guide by FC Staff View Summary

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2019-2020 Winnipeg Ice whl 38 12 48 60 1.58 11 38
2018-2019 Kootenay Ice whl 64 19 49 68 1.06 -50 63
2017-2018 Kootenay Ice whl 67 17 37 54 0.81 -22 40
2016-2017 Kootenay Ice whl 6 1 5 6 1 -5 0

Known as a cerebral player, Krebs is a world-class thinker and he oozes talent. Logging lots of ice time, he’s constantly in the thick of the action. Although his skating still needs work, he’s very shifty on his edges and has a quick and efficient stride that generates lots of power. He has beautiful vision and feathers passes into spaces that most players wouldn’t see. He is equally adept with both his forehand and backhand and executes tape-to-tape passes with remarkable regularity. He has elite vision and his quick hands create lanes for himself. He’s completely fearless carrying the puck in all three zones and challenging defenders with his aggressive stickhandling. While he doesn’t play small, he can get roughed up a bit by bigger defenders. His shot has some pop, but he can still improve on his velocity to match his accuracy. His release is quick and smooth, making his shot deceptive and dangerous. He has excellent instincts and predicts the play effectively. Not only does he cause consistent turnovers, he is lightning quick at turning those mistakes into offence. He’s a master at disrupting and regaining possession. His game speed and mental processing is a major strength. He provides significant back pressure and is an ideal supporter of play in his own zone, showing awareness and conscious efforts to be proactive and stay on the right side of the puck.