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Analyzing the Roster, Johnny Gaudreau 

  
Johnny Gaudreau, seemingly one of the many future stars of the Calgary Flames. He was monumental in the season the Flames had this year, being on that “big line”. He showed good promise as a young rookie and finished in the finalists for the Calder Trophy.  Johnny hockey has been one of the torches that has lit the city of Calgary on fire. The future looks bright and there’s a lot of potential in his game. He looks like a little Patrick Kane out there with the hands and skill he has shown. Outstanding passer and he has tremendous offensive zone skills. Look for a great future with Johnny Gaudreau. 

 Johnny Gaudreau • #13 • LW Status:Off season

Ht/Wt:5’9″, 150 lbs.

Born:Aug 13, 1993 (21 yrs) in Salem, NJ 

Experience:1 years

Drafted:Drafted by Calgary in 2011 (4/104).

Shoots:L

SCOUTING REPORT

Assets: Owns tremendous instincts in the offensive zone and can generate a ton of offense at lower levels. Skates very well and is extremely creative with the puck.

Flaws: Must overcome significant height and weight disadvantages in order to maximize his scoring prowess at the highest level. Could also stand to be more selfish.

Career Potential: Talented, albeit diminutive scoring winger with good upside.

2014-15 SEASON STATS

GP G A PTS +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG TOI S PTSPG

YTD 80 24 40 64 11 14 8 0 4 17:43 167 0.80

Playoffs 11 4 5 9 -2 6 2 0 0 19:11 24 0.82

Coleton MacDonald
The Founder of Weliveforhockey.com
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