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David Reinbacher Profile

David Reinbacher
Ht/Wt: 6' 2"/194 lbs
Position: RHD
Team: Kloten (SWISS)

David Reinbacher's Player Profile

Chris Peters - Flo Hockey - June 7th: "Reinbacher has built up more and more consensus that he is the top draft-eligible defenseman. He has size, mobility and some good offensive upside."

Tony Ferrari - The Hockey News - June 5th: "He is mobile, shows good puck-handling ability and throws his body around regularly. So much is being made about him being the “Next Moritz Seider,” but anytime you go chasing an archetype, you usually fall flat on your face."

Scott Wheeler - The Athletic - June 5th: "He looks to take instead of give in the neutral zone, regularly stepping up to try to bump puck carriers off possession and force dumps (though there are times when that style can leave him chasing if his timing’s off or he’s flatfooted)."

Chris Peters - Flo Hockey - June 1st: "The Austrian-born Reinbacher also spent all of this season in Switzerland’s top professional league, playing significant minutes and scoring at a rate that is surpassed only by Roman Josi at the same age. Reinbacher is a right-shot with high-end mobility and smart puck-moving skills."

Corey Pronman - The Athletic - May 30th: "Reinbacher is an excellent all-around defenseman. His mobility stands out immediately, especially as a 6-foot-2 right-shot defender. Reinbacher's gap control is quite strong; he kills a lot of plays due to his feet."

Steven Ellis - Daily Faceoff - May 29th: "Reinbacher looked mature beyond his years and could immediately jump over and make an impact in the AHL next season if that ends up being the plan."

Jason Bukala - Sportsnet - May 5th: "Active taking away time and space with his reach and stature. Jumps to the half wall to kill plays on the PK. Gapping up with authority. Like any young player he has room to improve his angling and recoveries when pucks spill down the boards following a battle."

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