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Tim Stutzle Profile


Tim Stutzle
Ht/Wt: 5'11"/165 lbs
Position: C
Team: Mannheim (DNL U20)



Tim Stutzle's Player Profile

NHL Central Scouting analysis - NHL.com - Apr. 3rd: "His speed is impressive ... he can fly. Stuetzle's puck handling and vision are also excellent. He's got a good attitude, works hard on every shift, and is so confident with the puck. He's also a little bit cocky on the ice, but in a positive way."

Cam Robinson - Dobber Prospects - Apr. 1st: "High-end speed propels this creative pivot. Elite two-step quickness blends into an explosive, puck-possession style. Has good hands but can overhandle it at times. "

Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com - Mar. 20th: "A hard-working left-handed shot who is capable of playing all situations with speed, great vision and some swagger. He had 34 points (seven goals, 27 assists) and 132 shots on goal in 41 games for Mannheim of Deutsche Eishockey Liga, the top professional league in Germany."

Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com - Mar. 6th: "A hard-working lefty capable of playing all situations with speed, great vision and some swagger. He has 32 points (seven goals, 25 assists) and 80 shots on goal in 39 games for Mannheim of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga in Germany."

Sam Cosentino - Sportsnet - Mar. 4th: "Plenty of discussion surrounding Stutzle as the second-best prospect available in this draft class."

Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com - Feb. 5th: "A hard-working lefty capable of playing all situations with speed, great vision and some swagger. He has 32 points (seven goals, 25 assists) and 80 shots on goal in 39 games for Mannheim of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga in Germany."

Sam Cosentino - Sportsnet - Feb. 5th: "Continues to perform well in Germany’s top pro league. If teams feel he projects as a centre, his natural position, he may very well end up in the two-hole of this draft."

Tony Ferrari - Dobber Prospects - Jan. 29th: "He is agile on his edges, accelerates with ease and blows by opponents with his speed. He is able to be the primary puck carrier on his line and excels in the role, cutting through neutral zone defenses like a hot knife in butter."

Brock Otten - McKeen's Hockey - Jan. 21st: "Stützle has been one of the draft’s biggest risers throughout the first half of the year thanks to his exceptional play in the DEL this year and at the World Junior Championships. He is as creative a player with the puck as you will find in this draft."

Sam Cosentino - Sportsnet - Dec. 4th: "When returning to play with peers, Stutzle will have to walk the tight rope between playing his game while not trying to do too much for his country at the WJC."

Will Scouch - Scouching.ca - Nov. 19th: "His hands are remarkable, his perimeter play with his ability to cut into dangerous areas and carve opponents is a ton of fun to watch. He's no slouch in his own end, but he's going to make his money by scoring points."

Larry Fisher - The Hockey Writers - Nov. 19th: "The more I watch Stutzle — and his highlights — the more I think he can be an impact player in the NHL. He’s been a dynamic force in the DEL and the Champions League competition, looking like the next big thing from Germany."

Ryan Kennedy - The Hockey News - Nov. 10th: "The latest hyped German is a talented, tenacious center who’s already playing a key role against men back home."

Jokke Nevalainen -Dobber Prospects - Nov. 4th: "Stützle’s game revolves around his ability to do everything extremely quickly. His hands and feet are both very quick but his brain might be even quicker because he seems to be able to make great decisions no matter the situation and how much pressure he’s getting from opposing players."

Tony Ferrari -Wings Nation - Nov. 4th: "Stützle is an elite skater who can stop-and-start on a dime. He has the ability to embarrass defenders with his quick feet, superb edge work, and agility. He takes unique routes around the offensive zone, staying unpredictable and dangerous."

Scott Wheeler -The Athletic - Nov. 4th: "And though his greatest skill is his ability to move off the puck and get open for the next play … It’s not his only skill. He’s creative: He can make plays through holes: And he can score:"

Chris Peters -ESPN - Oct. 22nd: "He's showing a higher level of hockey sense and puck skills than were evident last season, and there's no player I'm more intrigued to watch at the World Junior Championship than Stutzle as Germany rejoins the top level."

Corey Pronman -The Athletic - Oct. 15th: "He’s a player who checks off a lot of boxes. He’s got a great skating stride, a high skill level, he can make plays and he can score goals. "

Sam Cosentino -Sportsnet - Oct. 2nd: "The same program produced Moritz Seider a year ago. Early returns have this player contributing right away against much more experienced competition."

Craig Button -TSN - Sept. 16th: "Dynamic skater who is quick, fast and can make plays at high speed. Excellent shot and has a strong competitive fire to be a difference maker. Versatile and can play centre or wing."

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