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Tyson Jost Profile


Tyson Jost
Ht/Wt: 5'11"/194 lbs
Position: C/RW
Team: Penticton (BCHL)



Tyson Jost's Player Profile

Ryan Kennedy of The Hockey News - April 19, 2016 - "Because of where he plays, Jost has been forced to prove himself over and over again to some pundits this season. Well, the University of North Dakota commit leads Canada in offense at the under-18s with eight points in three games, so that should probably do it, right?"

The Draft Analyst - March 10, 2016 - "Jost has an excellent shot to compliment his extraordinary passing acumen, using soft hands and a quick release to turn a bad pass in his skates into a well-placed attempt at the net. Jostís shot accuracy is top notch, and he will beat you from the inside of the ice or outside from his arsenal of moves. He is a three-zone center with decent size who will not necessarily avoid physical play, and heís shown to control the puck while taking a beating."

Damien Cox of Sportsnet - January 13, 2016 - "Despite not being in the CHL scouts are getting a look at him in lots of different scenarios. CJHL prospects game is next."

Curtis Joe of Elite Prospects - 2016 - "Tyson Jost is a crafty goal-scorer that carries out plays as quickly as he envisions them. As someone who thinks and plays at a fast tempo, it comes as no surprise that he creates a lot of energy as an offensive catalyst. He sees the ice very well and has the willingness and determination to win battles in the tough areas. All-in-all, a dynamic offensive forward with top-6 potential at the next level."

Future Considerations - November 2015 - "A speedy and skilled fleet of foot forward who just produces points. An agile and slippery skater who has a low centre of gravity and strong balance which he uses to protect the puck. He is a dangerous playmaker who sees the ice and reads developing lanes quickly. Has a very quick shot that fools goaltenders with its surprisingly hard velocity. Tries to play defensive responsible but still has some lessons to learn in that regard."

Tyson Jost Videos

RBC: Jost caps busy year with Hockey Canada history


Tyson Jost Game-Tying Goal Nov 7/15


Alternate Angle of Tyson Jost's Game-Winner Nov 14th



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