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Reid
Dyck

Reid Dyck has a big frame and battles hard to get in front of pucks. During the flow of play, he moves with speed and shows off good body control. He favors a series of shuffles while standing in pre-shot preparation and when he goes into his butterfly stance he has a great deal of…

Date of Birth
January 20, 2004
Position
Goal
Height
6'3"
Draft Year
2022
Place of Birth
Winkler, MB  
Shoots
Left
Weight
190 lbs
Draft Result
6/183 (BOS)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
May 7/22 Dyck Reid 23836 – Finland vs. Canada WJC-18 by David Di Paolo View Report
Apr 29/22 Dyck Reid 23809 – Team USA vs. Canada WJC-18 by Shaun Richardson View Report
Nov 17/21 Dyck Reid 22805 – Prince Albert vs. Swift Current WHL by Kellen Eyre View Report
Oct 27/21 Dyck Reid 22686 – Swift Current vs. Medicine Hat WHL by Derek Neumeier View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP GAA SVP
2022-2023 Swift Current Broncos whl 9
2021-2022 Swift Current Broncos whl 23
2020-2021 Swift Current Broncos whl 8
2020-2021 Winkler Flyers mjhl 5
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Reid Dyck has a big frame and battles hard to get in front of pucks. During the flow of play, he moves with speed and shows off good body control. He favors a series of shuffles while standing in pre-shot preparation and when he goes into his butterfly stance he has a great deal of mobility for a big goalie. He reads attacks that enter the zone off the rush really well, and he’s able to break down odd-man situations. He challenges by setting up at or beyond the top of his crease and gliding back to mirror the play. He’s not quite as comfortable facing attacks from in-zone play, such as off the side wall or from below the goal line, but his lack of technical approach is overcome by effort and creativity. He can be a bit shaky at times but when he’s on he’s on and when his team is under siege, he elevates his game and can make spectacular desperation saves. He tracks pucks well and is particularly good going post-to-post, leading with his pad and gaining a firm seal along the ice. One concern stemming from this however, is that he will often finish the play – even when it’s not necessary – sprawled out on his belly with limited chance of staying engaged in the sequence. This inability to transition into follow up saves does not happen off every play and there are lots of times he gobbles up rebounds and displays perfect form, but it happens enough that it should be considered as a development target. He projects nicely to the NHL level, but to what degree will be determined by his development in the coming years. Every team likes a goalie with size, and every team likes a stopper who can who can fight off challenges and make the big saves that turn the momentum of a game, and he certainly fits that bill.


– FCHockey’s 2022 NHL Draft Guide