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Matthew Coronato Profile


Matthew Coronato
Ht/Wt: 5'10"/183 lbs
Position: LW/RW
Team: Chicago (USHL)



Matthew Coronato's Player Profile

Adam Kimelman - NHL.com - July 12th: "A dominant offensive force who blends top-end goal scoring, strong skating and a physical approach, similar to United States Hockey Hall of Fame forward John LeClair."

Mike Morreale - NHL.com - July 12th: "The USHL Forward of the Year was second in the league with 85 points and led the league with 19 power-play goals and eight game-winning goals."

Hockey Prospecting - July 8th: "He’s got the profile in the model of a player that should and normally does go in the early teens. No serious red flags that I can discern from what the scouts say."

Josh Bell of FC Hockey - July 8th: "He’s an all-situations player that shows strong puck skill and great transition. He needs to improve his explosiveness and decision-making at times."

Dylan Kirill of FC Hockey - July 8th: "Contributing on both sides of the puck consistently, he will be a reliable and effective player that many teams would love to have."

Nick Richard - Dobber Prospects - July 7th: "Coronato is dangerous as a playmaker as well and his vision should become a bigger factor as he progresses towards the NHL and gets to play more in more structured systems with players that can take advantage of the chances he creates."

Scott Wheeler - The Atheletic - June 22nd: "He’s a determined, feisty player with the small-area skill package needed to play that kind of game. He’s also got rare spatial awareness which helps him understand where he is in relation to pressure and play off of it."

Steve Kournianos - The Draft Analyst - May 24th: "Always moving in a zillion directions, the Long Island native and Harvard recruit scored a USHL-best 48 goals but is versatile and creative enough to dominate as a center or wing."

Sam Cosentino - Sportsnet - May 12th: "Is considered one of the top skaters in the class. A driver of play and not a sidecar on the best team in the league."

Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com - Apr. 23rd: "The 18-year-old has a good wrist shot and is dangerous with the puck on his stick. He's committed to play at Harvard next season."

Clare McManus - Dobber Prospects - Mar. 8: "He does an adequate job of finding space to make a play, whether it is feeding a teammate a pass or finishing a shot. Defensively, his game is still a growing field, but he does a solid job of moving his feet, bringing a high motor, and being tenacious on pucks along the boards."

Tony Ferrari - Dobber Prospects - Feb. 22nd: "Matthew Coronato’s biggest weakness is his pace of play but the mind and offensive game are there. In a class without many great finishers, he is one of them."

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