Sunday, 21 December 2014

Timo Meier

photo by trurodaily.com
Team: Halifax Mooseheads
League: QMJHL
Position: Right Wing
Born: 08th October 1996
Height: 6.0       
Weight: 209
Eligible for NHL Draft 2015

Size/StrengthGood
Skating
Good
Shot/Scoring
Excellent
Puckhandling
Good
Physical Play
Good
Offensive Play
Good
Defensive PlayBelow Average
Hockey Sense
Good
Competitiveness
Good
 Report Card – Excellent, Good, Average, Below Average, Poor

Strengths
1. Shot
2. Offensive Play
3. Scoring

Area’s For Improvement
1. Defensive Play
2. Protecting The Puck/Corner Battles
3. Pass accuracy


Scouting Report:
A winger with a great wrist and slapshot who loves to use it. His quick release makes it hard for goaltenders to track the shot. Uses all of his shot arsenal. Good first steps and speed but could be more agile. Has a good offensive mind and is always looking to put himself in a good shooting spot. Good play away from the puck in the offensive zone, though not in his own zone. Tends to make blind passes and turns the puck over too many times. Improved his physical play and is willing to use his body but still needs to use his size better in corner battles and while protecting the puck. Rather shoots than passes. Shows hockey sense and is making himself always available for a pass. His point production exploded this season and he elevated his game to a new level but this should be enjoyed with caution as he is on the teams most dominant offensive line together with 9th overall pick Nikolaj Ehlers. Overall though, he is one of the most improved players in this years draft and can be an offensive weapon with this shooting/scoring skills   

NHL Potential: Sniper. Has a very good shot and isn't afraid to use it. 

Style compares to: Ryan Johansen

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