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Isaac Ratcliffe Profile

Isaac Ratcliffe
Ht/Wt: 6' 4"/192 lbs
Position: LW
Team: Guelph (OHL)

Isaac Ratcliffe's Player Profile

Craig Button - TSN: ""Big, rangy, good skating winger who can score. Needs time to physcially mature but very good potential." Projection: Top 6 forward ... Comparable: Kevin Hayes"

Future Considerations: "A giant on the ice…a raw but skilled prospect with loads of potential…definitely uses his size to his advantage…has a mean streak and loves to throw his weight around setting the games physical tone…loves to finish every check and hits to hurt…for a big guy he is a very impressive skater…has a good shot that will only get better as he adds strength and continues to fills out his frame…this tower of a human uses his size to set screens on the power play where it is near impossible to move and to collect rebounds with his long reach…protects the puck using his body and reach"

The Draft Analyst: "Ratcliffe bounced back from a injury that shelved him for nearly a 1/3 of last season with a team-best 28 goals — 21 that came at even strength. He’s a man-child who needs to fill out, but at 6’6 his skating looks anything but awkward. And I wouldn’t classify him as just a goal scoring winger. Ratcliffe has a pretty solid understanding of the offensive zone and can make nifty plays that turn into scoring chances. He’s definitely a power winger, and although his straight-line speed is average, Ratcliffe can maneuver in and around traffic and make plays, especially when surrounded or with limited time and space. "Mike Morreale NHL.com - Jan. 20th: "Ratcliffe (6-5, 196) is a prototypical power forward with a good scoring touch. He has 39 points (21 goals, 18 assists), a plus-10 rating and 53 penalty minutes in 44 games."

Isaac Ratcliffe Videos

Isaac Ratcliffe - 2016-2017 Highlights

Isaac Ratcliffe 2G vs Sting | Dec 7 2016

Isaac Ratcliffe 2G 1A vs Steelheads | Nov 18 2016

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