Rolofs is a big winger who plays a decent 200-foot game. He’s an extremely solid positional player who is always just on the cusp of the play. He’s strong with the puck deep in the offensive zone and also put in effort on the backcheck and in the defensive zone. Rolofs has a good grasp…
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Rolofs is a big winger who plays a decent 200-foot game. He’s an extremely solid positional player who is always just on the cusp of the play. He’s strong with the puck deep in the offensive zone and also put in effort on the backcheck and in the defensive zone. Rolofs has a good grasp of the game in all three zones. He’s capable of reading the play well and helping his team recover the puck high in his own zone and make a good exit pass, or help transition the puck himself. Rolofs is very aware of the play on the ice and his head is constantly swiveling to track linemates and opponents. He’s constantly shoulder checking and does a great job of using his awareness of his surroundings to activate on pucks. He has excellent position in his own zone as well. He’s good at reading the play and using his active stick to break up passing lanes. Rolofs is a decent skater who lacks power and top end speed but always moves his feet. He has a good base but he would be able to maximize his speed more if he posture was a bit lower to the ice. He shows a willingness to attack open lanes with the puck on his stick and always looks around and scans the ice to find the open ma and best option. Rolofs is good at starting the transition out of the defensive zone but he does tend to miss his man and end up turning over the puck to the opposition on occasion. The only thing holding him back from reaching that next level is his acceleration and overall mediocre skating speed. This lack of acceleration seems to come from playing in a fairly upright posture without much flex through his legs. Once he takes a few strides and leans a bit more into his stride at the hips, he can produce some quick powerful strides that help him move at a solid rate of speed. His shot and puck skills can also be weaker aspects of his game at times, but he is able to generate a chances on net regardless and he shows the ability to create these chances in multiple different ways. He’ll need to show more consistency in his ability to produce these chances.