Lennox can surprise you in many ways. His scramble mode is well oiled when called upon, he possesses that improvising ability to make desperate save, and he is able to spring back from butterfly to straight up in the blink of an eye. His athleticism is right up there with some of the best in…
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Lennox can surprise you in many ways. His scramble mode is well oiled when called upon, he possesses that improvising ability to make desperate save, and he is able to spring back from butterfly to straight up in the blink of an eye. His athleticism is right up there with some of the best in the OHL, as he can stretch his leg with his glove squeeze to his pad to reach the puck and make a high-level difficulty save. He is also not afraid to use a very active poke check to disrupt players from behind the net. He is on point when it comes to judging where to be in his crease giving his stature, his skills and his movement capabilities so he can give himself the best chances to make that first stop and probably the second one if necessary. Moreover, his footwork is really noticeable. He can fight shots off with a quick reaction leg pad save and with Lennox it is not always technical pretty, but he possesses that improvising aptitude which is an asset to masters since goaltending is all about reacting. It looks as if he has vision troubles to properly keep track of the puck at times. Often, Lennox struggles to manage correctly rebounds, to deflect shots where he really wants them to be and that he doesn’t possess the ability to shallow pucks. He focuses mainly on making the first stop, putting his body in front of shots and getting a piece of the puck rather than directing pucks where he wants them, whether it’s out of danger or for a teammate to retrieve it back. The downside of it is he can on times kicks pucks right back in the slot which can only make his and his defensemen’s job tougher. He does have the ability to be better in this area, but he must show this on a consistent basis if he ever wants to reach that elite level. He is a goaltender who likes to play right under the red line of his blue paint, who will rarely put his feet out of his crease in any situation. He is prime to go down and let his body do the work but it might hurt him in some situations, being back in the net too far.