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Tullio

Tullio will be a coach’s dream at the next level. He plays with a purpose and always makes his presence known. He never stops moving his feet, often drawing penalties from the opposition due to his non-stop motor.  He isn’t a dynamic skater by any means, but he has good speed, excellent edge work and…

Date of Birth
April 5, 2002
Position
Right Wing
Height
5'10.0
Draft Year
2020
Place of Birth
Lakeshore, ON  
Shoots
Right
Weight
165 lbs
Draft Result
5/126 (EDM)
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Oct 6/20 Tullio Tyler D3362 – 2020 NHL Draft Guide by FCHockey Staff View Summary
Jul 21/20 Tullio Tyler 21056 – Barrie vs. Oshawa OHL by Joseph Aleong View Report
Jul 21/20 Tullio Tyler 21055 – Oshawa vs. Sudbury OHL by FCHockey Staff View Report
Jul 21/20 Tullio Tyler 21054 – Oshawa vs. Sudbury OHL by FCHockey Staff View Report
Jul 21/20 Tullio Tyler 21053 – Oshawa vs. Niagara OHL by FCHockey Staff View Report
Jul 21/20 Tullio Tyler 21052 – Erie vs. Oshawa OHL by Dylan Galloway View Report
Jul 21/20 Tullio Tyler 21051 – Saginaw vs. Oshawa OHL by Dylan Galloway View Report
Jul 21/20 Tullio Tyler 21050 – London vs. Oshawa OHL by FCHockey Staff View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2022-2023 Bakersfield Condors ahl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2021-2022 Oshawa Generals ohl 65 42 44 86 1.32 -16 62
2019-2020 Oshawa Generals ohl 62 27 39 66 1.06 -6 49
2018-2019 Oshawa Generals ohl 60 15 27 42 0.7 8 23
2017-2018 Mississauga Chargers ojhl 3 2 1 3 1 4
March 3, 2020
FC releases Spring ranking for 2020 NHL Draft
January 11, 2020
FC releases Winter ranking for 2020 Draft

Tullio will be a coach’s dream at the next level. He plays with a purpose and always makes his presence known. He never stops moving his feet, often drawing penalties from the opposition due to his non-stop motor.  He isn’t a dynamic skater by any means, but he has good speed, excellent edge work and agility that helps him avoid contact with the puck on his stick. He excels at weaving in and out of traffic in the offensive zone, finding the soft spot to unleash his above-average shot. While nothing special, his shot is placed accurately, and he isn’t afraid to unload it. He has an excellent one-timer, especially on the power play, and the ability to elevate the puck from in tight. His goalscoring may not be pretty, but it’s effective. He is a decent passer and can draw a lot of attention to himself by being elusive with his stick handling and skating to help free up his teammates for the pass. He is a bit of a pest and generally understands where the line is, coercing his opponents into more penalties than he takes himself. His defensive game is advanced for a forward with such a small frame because he doesn’t lack effort and he understands what the offensive team is trying to do on the attack. While he may lack the high-end skill and natural gifts of some players, he is a high-motor do-it-all player many teams covet, and he can play in all situations.

– FCHockey’s 2020 NHL Draft Guide