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Seamus
Casey

Seamus Casey is an electrifying offensive defenseman who has the potential to go end-to-end every time the puck touches his stick. He has an extremely high ceiling and if he lives up to his potential, he could be one of the best offensive blueliners from the draft class. He has high-end skating ability, generating good…

Date of Birth
January 8, 2004
Position
Defense
Height
5'10"
Draft Year
2022
Place of Birth
Miami, FL  
Shoots
Right
Weight
162 lbs
Draft Result
2/46 (NJD)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
May 25/22 Casey Seamus 23904 – Czechia vs. Team USA WJC-18 by Wige Karle View Report
Apr 27/22 Casey Seamus 23805 – Team USA vs. Germany WJC-18 by Douglas Larson View Report
Jan 12/22 Casey Seamus 23156 – Minnesota vs. USA U18 NTDP by Josh Bell View Report
Nov 13/21 Casey Seamus 22780 – Chicago vs. USA U18 USHL by Douglas Larson View Report
Nov 12/21 Casey Seamus 22773 – Team USA vs. Switzerland 5NATIONS by Dennis Schellenberg View Report
Oct 16/21 Casey Seamus 22631 – Muskegon vs USA U18 USHL by Austin Broad View Report
Jun 15/21 Casey Seamus 22267 – USA U17 vs. Youngstown USHL by Austin Broad View Report
Jan 9/21 Casey Seamus 21554 – Chicago vs. USA U17 USHL by FCHockey Staff View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2022-2023 Univ. of Michigan ncaa 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2021-2022 USNTDP Juniors ushl 17 3 10 13 0.76 15 2
2020-2021 USNTDP Juniors ushl 30 2 18 20 0.67 -19 8
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Seamus Casey is an electrifying offensive defenseman who has the potential to go end-to-end every time the puck touches his stick. He has an extremely high ceiling and if he lives up to his potential, he could be one of the best offensive blueliners from the draft class. He has high-end skating ability, generating good speed with long and powerful strides. He loves to have the puck on his stick, driving transition play with his skating and puck-moving ability. He can manipulate the other team’s defensive setup with his puck movement and his vision, creating quality passing lanes and exploiting them whenever they present themselves. He’s the type of player who can run a top power play unit at the next level, not only because of his vision and passing but also because of his ability to get off shot attempts from the high-danger areas. His two-way game has really progressed as the season went on, but if there are any concerns about him, it’s on the defensive side of the puck. He has the skating and the IQ to be an effective defender, but still has the tendency to become too focused on the puck, allowing his assignment to slip by him and get open for a high-quality scoring opportunity. The maturity he’s shown throughout the season to continuously improve his defensive game is a big positive for his game, but it will be something he will want to work on. While he is a high-ceiling player, his floor may be lower than some of his teammates, which might give teams a bit of cause for concern in selecting him. But that ‘boom’ potential will be really intriguing to a lot of NHL teams, too. If he pays off, Casey will end up being a top-four mainstay for whoever drafts him and a key cog on the power play.


– FCHockey’s 2022 NHL Draft Guide