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Mason McTavish Profile

Mason McTavish
Ht/Wt: 6' 1"/196 lbs
Position: C
Team: Peterborough (OHL)

Mason McTavish's Player Profile

Cam Robinson - Dobber Prospects - : "A play-creation expert who has nifty hands that can manipulate small spaces. Has the innate ability to ‘feel’ a play. Soft saucers, snap passes, the odd hook dish."

Jacob Barker - Dobber Prospects - Feb. 3rd: "He also possesses an offensive toolbox highlighted by his rocket of a shot that allows him to not just create plays for others, but produce himself in a variety of situations. While his top speed is not fantastic and he needs to clean up his decision making in transition, McTavish possesses a mature game that is sure to impress scouts at the next level."

Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com - Jan. 23rd: "McTavish is a powerful skater with great balance and solid puck-protection ability."

Craig Button - TSN - Dec. 15th: "Lethal release and shot. One of the best goal scorers in this draft. Finds the right spots at the right times to take advantage. Uses size to carve out and keep space."

Bob McKenzie - TSN - Dec. 15th: "The Peterborough Pete 6-foot, 198-pound forward is a shoot-first goal-scorer who potted 29 in 57 OHL games last season."

Sam Cosentino - Sportsnet - Nov. 27th: "NHL bloodlines with a big body who can really shoot the puck."

Corey Pronman - The Athletic - Oct. 8th: "He can make plays through seams and be creative as a passer, and he has a great shot that can score from range. Scouts are hesitant because he has average foot speed, is six-foot and is not overly physical, and they wonder if the way he plays will translate."

Ryan Quigley - Broad Street Hockey - Oct. 8th: "McTavish isn’t much of a playmaker, but he sure knows how to find the back of the net. He netted 29 goals for 42 total points in 57 games as a rookie for the Peterborough Petes in 2019-20 — hockey prodigy Shane Wright was the only rookie in the OHL to outscore him."

Scott Wheeler - The Athletic - Sept. 14th: "McTavish cooled off down the stretch, which disappointed me, but he’s one of the better catch-and-release shooters in the draft, he’s physically imposing, and his skating is strong enough that he can get to his spots to get open when he doesn’t have the puck, or drive there when he does."

Caitlin Berry - Dobber Prospects - Sept. 12th: "A natural sniper, McTavish will shoot from anywhere at any time and has an explosive release. He is incredibly difficult to knock off the puck, which aids him in battles along the boards and when carrying the play end-to-end."

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