Topi Ronni is a big-bodied center who uses a combination of size and skill to make himself standout. He understands how to use his body to his advantage, using his frame to protect the puck and keep opposing players from knocking off the puck off his stick while he examines the zone for an outlet.…
|Jan 27/22||Ronni Topi||23299 – Kiekko-Vantaa vs. KeuPa HT||MESTIS||by Rasmus Tornqvist||View Report|
|Nov 16/21||Ronni Topi||22800 – Jukurit vs. Tappara||LIIGA||by Rasmus Tornqvist||View Report|
|Oct 21/21||Ronni Topi||22654 – JYP U20 vs. Tappara U20||U20 SM-sarja||by FCHockey Staff||View Report|
|Oct 13/21||Ronni Topi||22618 – Assat U20 Vs. Tappara U20||U20 SM-sarja||by Brandon Holmes||View Report|
|Sep 20/21||Ronni Topi||22485 – Tappara U20 vs. Lukko U20||U20 SM-sarja||by Josh Bell||View Report|
|Aug 11/21||Ronni Topi||22361 – Finland vs. Czech Republic||HLINKA||by Curtis Schwartzkopf||View Report|
Topi Ronni is a big-bodied center who uses a combination of size and skill to make himself standout. He understands how to use his body to his advantage, using his frame to protect the puck and keep opposing players from knocking off the puck off his stick while he examines the zone for an outlet. His size and effort level makes him tough to play against, especially at the junior level in Finland. He has just average mobility and puck skills that he flashes on occasion. His passing and vision with the puck are very noticeable, especially as he uses his body positioning to open up space for himself. At times he can be too reliant on his passing and force a few plays rather than taking an easy shot or an easier option available to him. His mobility won’t hold him back at the next level, but he definitely wants to work on his explosiveness and stamina to help him keep up with higher paces of play. He has the physical traits and developing skillset that will appeal to a lot of scouts, but he’s a raw prospect that will take some time and patience to develop. He has an intriguing set of skills, combining generally above-average skating with good hands and offensive awareness. Players with his size and the knowledge of how to use it to his advantage always find a way to carve out a role at the next level. He definitely has the potential to develop into a middle-six forward at the next level, but if all else fails he has the skillset to play a bottom-six checking forward who can wear down the opposition, too. With him, you’re betting that the skillset will eventually match up with his physical gifts he has and, if he develops properly, you could be getting a solid impact player in the middle rounds of the draft.