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Sean
Tschigerl

Tschigerl is a well-rounded and balanced player who may not possess a singular elite talent yet has very few weaknesses. His skating has improved significantly since entering the league and while he can still rock back onto his heels in transitions, he generally does a good job utilizing crossovers and quick feet to carry speed…

Date of Birth
April 11, 2003
Position
Left Wing
Height
6'0"
Draft Year
2021
Place of Birth
Whitecourt, AB  
Shoots
Left
Weight
179 lbs
Draft Result
5/130 (ANA)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
May 27/21 Tschigerl Sean 22153 – Edmonton vs. Calgary WHL by Justin Froese View Report
Apr 24/21 Tschigerl Sean 21996 – Lethbridge vs. Calgary WHL by Joel Henderson View Report
Apr 14/21 Tschigerl Sean 21946 – Calgary vs. Medicine Hat WHL by Kurt Pohs View Report
Mar 20/21 Tschigerl Sean 21820 – Calgary vs. Red Deer WHL by Donesh Mazloum View Report
Mar 12/21 Tschigerl Sean 21786 – Calgary vs. Red Deer WHL by Justin Froese View Report
Feb 6/21 Tschigerl Sean 21681 – Bonnyville vs. Whitecourt AJHL by Joel Henderson View Report
Nov 7/20 Tschigerl Sean 21265 – Calgary vs. Medicine Hat WHL by Justin Froese View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2020-2021 Calgary Hitmen whl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2020-2021 Whitecourt Wolverines ajhl 1 0 0 0 0 -3 0
2019-2020 Calgary Hitmen whl 56 4 9 13 0.23 -8 16
2018-2019 Calgary Hitmen whl 8 1 0 1 0.13 -3 0
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Tschigerl is a well-rounded and balanced player who may not possess a singular elite talent yet has very few weaknesses. His skating has improved significantly since entering the league and while he can still rock back onto his heels in transitions, he generally does a good job utilizing crossovers and quick feet to carry speed in all three zones. Tschigerl’s best offensive asset at this point is his shot. He showcases a repeatable release and really utilizes the flex of his stick to get solid velocity with little windup. His awareness with possession is serviceable as he keeps the puck moving and finds passing options consistently however he likely lacks the high-end creativity, soft touch, and pinpoint accuracy to be a consistent point producer at the pro level. Tschigerl’s energy and battle permeate his overall game and will be the key to his success moving forward. He is committed to his defensive posture. Both his instincts and effort level defending at even strength and on the penalty kill stand out. His back pressure is immense and he often forces the opposition to rush decisions. He keeps his stick active in lanes and is really effective at disrupting the oppositions flow with poke checks and stick lifts. As he continues to add strength, he will only become more effective winning battles along the wall. He’s almost the definition of a power-forward type. He has painted this picture of a dynamite bottom-six energy player who can cycle the puck down low, board battle, maintain position, and never be out of the play in any area of the ice. His separation speed could allow him to be a shorthanded threat too. He’s capable of adding more finesse style changes of pace to his arsenal since he’s shown high-end power puck control with speed already, but it’s something Tschigerl currently doesn’t use very often at all. He moves with power and upon entering the zone and usually chooses to either push past the defender to the outside by dipping his shoulder or shooting after a couple strides into the zone. He’s so good at moving north-south that he negates how many other controlled options are available by changing pace and angles to his approach. He often has the puck right in front of him which limits his passing options cross seam.

– FCHockey’s 2021 NHL Draft Guide