FC Rank 25
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Raphael
Lavoie

A complete power forward with great speed, he can always keep up with other top-end skaters. His speed allows him to create smooth zone entries, although while he has a quick stride, it’s not overly powerful. He has a great shot with a quick release, but it doesn’t always hit the net. With great stickhandling…

Date of Birth
September 25, 2000
Position
Center
Height
6'3.75
Draft Year
2019
Place of Birth
Chambly, QC  
Shoots
Right
Weight
196 lbs
Draft Result
2/38
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Aug 1/19 Lavoie Raphael 2019 NHL Draft Guide by FC Staff View Summary

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2019-2020 Chicoutimi Saguenéens qmjhl 25 20 18 38 1.52 3 12
2019-2020 Halifax Mooseheads qmjhl 30 18 26 44 1.47 4 36
2018-2019 Halifax Mooseheads qmjhl 62 32 41 73 1.18 36 31
2017-2018 Halifax Mooseheads qmjhl 68 30 33 63 0.93 10 43
2016-2017 Halifax Mooseheads qmjhl 32 6 3 9 0.28 0 26

A complete power forward with great speed, he can always keep up with other top-end skaters. His speed allows him to create smooth zone entries, although while he has a quick stride, it’s not overly powerful. He has a great shot with a quick release, but it doesn’t always hit the net. With great stickhandling and ease, he is able to create scoring chances for his teammates. He has great strength and can protect his puck at all costs using his body and positioning when entering the zone. His hockey IQ allows him to find loose pucks around the crease and cash in on them. He’s excellent on the forecheck with his strength and long reach, often keeping the puck in the offensive zone. He backchecks with intensity. He always looks if a player is alone in the slot and will cover him when needed. He is defensively sound and won’t hurt his team with bad assignment coverage or turnovers in the neutral zone. He’s conscious, intelligent and relentless before he gets the puck. He wins most of his puck battles and is always ready for a breakout pass. His ability to get back into the play rarely leaves him out of position. He needs to work on his body language when things aren’t going his way and his overall confidence, but has loads of skills to build upon.