Photo Credit – Nathalie Andersson Alexander Ljungkrantz is a player who has been on a lot of Swedish prospect watcher’s radars for a few years. A regular in the national team set-up since he was 15 years old, the Gävle native was only outscored in his final year at u-16 level by potential top-40 2020Continue reading “Scouting Report: Alexander Ljungkrantz”
Photo Credit – Rena Laverty Drew Commesso is a 2020 NHL Draft eligible goaltender and he hails from Boston, Massachusetts. He is coming off of his second season with the USNTDP, in which he had posted a 2.05 goals against average (GAA) and a .920 save percentage (SV%) in 27 games played with the U18Continue reading “Scouting Report: Drew Commesso”
Photo Credit – Nathalie Andersson It was somewhat of a surprise that Albert Lyckåsen was not drafted last year. While his production at the Swedish junior level as an 18-year-old was nothing to write home about – 16 points in 44 games for the Linköping u-20 side – there were a lot of other positiveContinue reading “Scouting Report: Albert Lyckåsen”
Photo Credit – Rena Laverty Ian Moore is a 2020 NHL Draft eligible defensive prospect and he hails from Concord, Massachusetts (between Boston and Framingham). He grew up in a hockey family as his father, Michael Moore coaches a local youth hockey team, the Minutemen Flames and his brother, Nolan Moore is a defenseman forContinue reading “Scouting Report: Ian Moore”
Photo Credit – Darrell Theriault/Charlottetown Islanders Lukas Cormier is a left-handed defensive prospect, who hails from Ste-Marie-de-Kent, New Brunswick. Cormier’s father, Mario Cormier played for the Val-D’Or Foreurs (QMJHL) in the 1990s and is now coaching the Kent Koyotes of the New Brunswick Junior Hockey League. In addition, his sister, Dominique Cormier (defense) is playingContinue reading “Scouting Report: Lukas Cormier”
Photo Credit – Allen Douglas / Kamloops Blazers Player Profile D.O.B – September 25, 2001Nationality – CanadaDraft Eligibility – 2020Height –6’0Weight –181 lbsPosition – CenterHandedness – Left Zary’s Style Of Play If Saskatoon native Connor Zary had been born just 10 days earlier he would have been eligible for the 2019 draft. And if this alternate timeline was reality? The Kamloops BlazersContinue reading “Scouting Report: Connor Zary”
Photo Credit: Rena Laverty Thomas Bordeleau is a dual citizen as he holds American and Canadian citizenship. His father Sébastien Bordeleau played in the NHL with the Montréal Canadiens, Nashville Predators, Minnesota Wild and the Phoenix Coyotes (now Arizona Coyotes). During Sébastien’s 16 game stint with the AHL’s Houston Aeros (2001-02 season), Thomas was born.Continue reading “Scouting Report: Thomas Bordeleau”
Photo Credit: Justin Oertel / Brandon Wheat Kings Braden Schneider has been on prospect watchers’ radars for almost three years now. And for good reason. After being picked 12th overall in the WHL bantam draft, the man from the heart of the Canadian prairies stepped right into the Brandon Wheat Kings line-up. He led allContinue reading “Scouting Report: Braden Schneider”
Photo Credit: Terry Wilson/OHL Images, Aaron Bell/CHL Images Jack Quinn grew up just outside of Ottawa, Ontario/Gatineau, Quebec in the town of Cobden, Ontario. Quinn played bantam hockey with the Upper OV Aces and bantam/midget hockey with the Kanata Lasers. During his stint with the Kanata Lasers, he played with Ottawa 67’s head coach AndréContinue reading “Scouting Report: Jack Quinn”
Photo Credit: Leksands IF The name Emil comes from the Latin aemulari, which means “trying to equal or surpass”. That is fitting for the man from Leksand. Hailing from a large hockey family, he has three elder brothers who had hockey careers – including eldest brother Lars Lundin of QMJHL pedigree – his cousin OlleContinue reading “Scouting Report: Emil Heineman”
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