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Servac
Petrovsky

Servac Petrovsky plays a solid two-way game, knowing how to use his body positioning and stick to jump into passing lanes and cause turnovers before grabbing loose pucks and transitioning to the rush attack. He shows solid defensive IQ and strength, knowing how to position himself in the right spot to create havoc for the…

Date of Birth
August 10, 2004
Position
Center
Height
5'10"
Draft Year
2022
Place of Birth
Velky Saris, SVK  
Shoots
Left
Weight
172 lbs
Draft Result
6/185 (MIN)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Dec 28/21 Petrovsky Servac 23070 – Sweden vs. Slovakia WJC-20 by Miroslav Simurka View Report
Nov 15/21 Petrovsky Servac 22792 – Owen Sound vs. Kitchener OHL by Olivia McArter View Report
Aug 27/21 Petrovsky Servac 22400 – Russia vs. Slovakia HLINKA by Olivia McArter View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2022-2023 Owen Sound Attack ohl 18 6 12 18 1 2 8
2021-2022 Owen Sound Attack ohl 65 28 26 54 0.83 6 28
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Servac Petrovsky plays a solid two-way game, knowing how to use his body positioning and stick to jump into passing lanes and cause turnovers before grabbing loose pucks and transitioning to the rush attack. He shows solid defensive IQ and strength, knowing how to position himself in the right spot to create havoc for the opponents. Despite his slighter frame he’s really strong on his stick, and is able to use his stick to get under the opponents’ hands and strip them of the puck. His puck skills are coming along nicely. He can handle the puck in space and if he corrals a pass in the high-slot he has a capable shot that can challenge goalies because of his quick and accurate release. On offense, he needs to become more deceptive with his puck skills. This area has developed nicely, but still needs some improvement. He gives away his decisions before the play is made, often tipping to the opponent where he will go with the puck by locking onto his teammate for too long before deciding to deliver the pass. If he can keep defenders guessing while he’s on the attack it will make him a much more lethal player on offense and add another dimension to his game. When at his best he’s active and engaged in all three zones, making an impact with his defensive prowess or his effort level. But the effort wasn’t always there on a regular basis this season. Finding a way to add some strength and keep his intensity level at 100 percent on an every-game basis will be key for him over the next few years. He has some quality assets that will appeal to NHL teams and, even though he’s a bit of a long-term project, he is a solid prospect to take a stab at in the middle of the draft.


– FCHockey’s 2022 NHL Draft Guide