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ISS Top 30 2016 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings – February

By ISS Hockey on February 27, 2016

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An absolute beast on the blue line who combines a physical game with good offensive characteristics. Always skates with his head up and is always a threat to make a play on the breakout. Very mobile skater for a big kid and loves the physical side of the game. Real tough to beat 1-on-1 and will hit you anywhere and anytime. Has a heavy shot from the point. He keeps his shots low creating rebounds. The big, hulking defenceman needs to watch his play in his own end and cut down on the turnovers.  One of the most intimidating defenceman available in the 2016 Draft.  

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By ISS Hockey| February 27, 2016
Categories:  Major Junior|Events
Keywords:  ISS RankingsNHL Draft

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