Voit is a shifty winger whose excellent edgework, great mobility and above-average speed give him the perfect tools to be highly effective through transition and an offensive catalyst whenever he’s on the ice. Once in the offensive zone, Voit goes deep, gets involved in the play and has great positioning, often hunting the puck and…
|Jun 4/21||Voit Ty||22191 – InStat vs. PBHH||PBHH||by Olivia McArter||View Report|
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Voit is a shifty winger whose excellent edgework, great mobility and above-average speed give him the perfect tools to be highly effective through transition and an offensive catalyst whenever he’s on the ice. Once in the offensive zone, Voit goes deep, gets involved in the play and has great positioning, often hunting the puck and picking it up when it comes loose. He displays some great skill stacking by utilizing excellent creativity and communication between his hands and feet. He has a nose for finding space, keeping his head up and puts himself in a great spot to make a play while drawing opponents to his position. His poise and presence of mind in combination with the skill he has is very evident in his play. Even with this size, Voit handles himself well under intense pressure from a significantly bigger player. With great physical pressure, Voit is able to still carry the puck through the middle of the ice and into the offensive zone and then create a scoring chance. Voit’s ability to utilize, but not overuse, the 10-and-2 skating style stands out in his play. He can switch into it effortlessly, opening his hips, and is extremely effective at using this in a timely way. His problem-solving skills are fairly high-end as he can move into and through traffic and find a highly effective play that helps his team. The biggest area of growth for Voit is the defensive zone. Voit has the work ethic to get back on the backcheck and disrupt his opponents but under sustained defensive zone pressure, he often floats quite high in his own zone and he stays fairly tight to his own boards quite often. He’ll need to get a bit deeper and try and close off passes to the point a bit better with some smarter stick positioning. The other addition to his game that will come with maturity is physical development and overall strength. When he faces a defender with good gap control and stick positioning, he lacks the ability to push his way to the net. He relies very heavily on the quickness of his hands, but when it comes to changing gears and beating opponents to the outside while leaning on them with good body positioning, he often was angled to the outside and kept to less dangerous areas of the ice.