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Ryan McGregor

Larkin is a flexible goalie with exceptional positioning. While he isn’t the biggest goalie, he makes up for it with his athleticism and smarts. He anticipates the play extremely well and is rarely caught overcommitting to the shooter. He has a lightning quick glove hand and the ability to make acrobatic saves. He does tend…

Date of Birth
January 29, 1999
Position
Center
Height
6'0"
Draft Year
2017
Place of Birth
Burlington, ON  
Shoots
Left
Weight
168 lbs
Draft Result
6/172 (ARI)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Jun 23/17 Ryan McGregor Ryan D2725 – 2017 NHL Draft Guide by FCHockey Staff View Summary
Jan 21/17 Ryan McGregor Ryan 18156 – Sault. Ste. Marie vs. Sarnia OHL by FCHockey Staff View Report
Nov 26/16 Ryan McGregor Ryan 17832 – Sarnia vs. Ottawa OHL by FCHockey Staff View Report
Oct 13/16 Ryan McGregor Ryan 17422 – Sarnia vs. Niagara OHL by Joseph Aleong View Report
Sep 2/16 Ryan McGregor Ryan 17077 – Sarnia vs. London OHL by FCHockey Staff View Report
Oct 30/15 Ryan McGregor Ryan 15629 – Sarnia vs. Niagara OHL by FCHockey Staff View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2021-2022 Tucson Roadrunners ahl 17 1 4 5 0.29 -3 6
2020-2021 Tucson Roadrunners ahl 36 4 14 18 0.5 0 18
2019-2020 Sarnia Sting ohl 52 27 41 68 1.31 -10 10
2018-2019 Sarnia Sting ohl 61 25 52 77 1.26 11 22
2018-2019 Toronto Marlies ahl 4 0 0 0 0 -1 0
2017-2018 Sarnia Sting ohl 50 13 19 32 0.64 12 10
2016-2017 Sarnia Sting ohl 65 14 13 27 0.42 -1 16
2015-2016 Sarnia Sting ohl 58 11 13 24 0.41 8 4

Larkin is a flexible goalie with exceptional positioning. While he isn’t the biggest goalie, he makes up for it with his athleticism and smarts. He anticipates the play extremely well and is rarely caught overcommitting to the shooter. He has a lightning quick glove hand and the ability to make acrobatic saves. He does tend to play a bit deep in his crease, which is strange for a goalie of smaller stature and aggressive nature, but he does fly out to the top of his crease to cut angles when shooters are in the slot area. He needs to continually play at the top of the crease to maximize coverage. His lateral movement is good, as he moves post-to-post quickly and effectively. He reads and reacts to the puck well, and controls rebounds, often pouncing on any loose puck in his crease before attackers even see where the rebound went. He is not afraid to play unorthodox in the sense that he does anything to make the save, even flashing the odd Hasek-esque swimming saves when the situation calls for it. On the flip side, he also plays square in his positioning with a calm, cool and composed look, which makes us think his mental state is perfect for his position. We see potential in his game and believe he could be an NHL stopper.

– FCHockey’s 2017 NHL Draft Guide