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Brady Tkachuk Profile


Brady Tkachuk
Ht/Wt: 6' 3"/196 lbs
Position: LW
Team: Boston U (H-EAST)



Brady Tkachuk's Player Profile

Dan Marr - Director of NHL Central Scouting: "He’s a complete package who can be impactful in every situation, with and without the puck. If you need a goal, he’ll go get a scoring chance. If you’re protecting a lead, he’ll be responsible defensively. If you need someone to go in there and throw their weight around a little bit, he’s a guy who steps up. He seems to rise to those occasions."

Guillaume Lepage - NHL.com - April 30: "The son of United States Hockey Hall of Fame forward Keith Tkachuk and younger brother of Calgary Flames forward Matthew Tkachuk. In addition to holding his own offensively, Tkachuk brings an intense and gritty style of play.

Mike Morreale - NHL.com - April 30: "Tkachuk can dictate and control the play with his speed and physical attributes. He has the size, hands and ability down low to create matchup problems, and revels in high-pressure moments."

Craig Button - TSN - April 28: "Has the skill and will to be a strong contributor in any type of game and in all situations. Makes teams and those he plays with better."

Sam Cosentino - SportsNet - April 28: "All of the elements are in place to become a producing power forward who is responsible enough to play in all situations. Oh, and he’ll be good at drawing the opposition’s attention, too."

Steve Kournianos - SportingNews/The Draft Analys - April 28: "His last name may be synonymous with hard-nosed play, goal scoring and pugilism, but this power winger has great vision, an incredibly soft set of hands and anticipates puck travel better than any of his draft-eligible peers. Brady is both quicker and more disciplined than brother Matthew or father Keith."

Cam Robinson - DobberProspects - April 26: "Had an adequate season as one of the younger players in the NCAA, but his lights out World Junior showing moved the needle for many. His hands are soft, his shot his heavy and he plays an abrasive, pro-style game."

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