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Beckett Sennecke Profile

Beckett Sennecke
Ht/Wt: 6' 2"/182 lbs
Position: RW
Team: Oshawa (OHL)

Beckett Sennecke's Player Profile

Jason Bukala - Sportsnet - June 11th: "Sennecke has the pace to be threatening off the rush and he’s not shy about taking pucks to the paint. He has a massive impact on the power play from the weak side flank or bumper position."

Adam Kimelman - NHL.com - June 11th: "Sennecke (6-3, 182) is a strong skater and knows how to pull pucks out of traffic and make plays in tight. It will take time for the 18-year-old to fill out his frame."

Mike Morreale - NHL.com - June 11th: "He has a nice combination of size and strength, brings a heavy shot, plays a 200-foot game and has a solid work ethic. The right-handed shot had 68 points (27 goals, 41 assists), seven power-play goals and was tied for eighth in the OHL with seven game-winning goals."

Chris Peters - Flo Hockey - June 3rd: "He had a growth spurt to 6-foot-2 and maintained a level of skill and skating ability from when he was a smaller player that keeps him particularly dangerous offensively. He plays aggressive enough off the puck and is an exciting player with it."

Scott Wheeler - The Athletic - June 3: "Sennecke can definitely handle the puck. He’s got extremely soft hands and a confidence on it, even under pressure spinning and weaving off the wall or attacking right into defenders with his stick skill — regularly finding his way out of tough spots and traffic with craft and creativity. The puck just sticks to him."

Corey Pronman - The Athletic - May 28th: "He's 6-foot-2, skates quite well for his size and has game-breaking skill. He's one of the more creative puckhandlers in the draft, and that he can make those difficult plays at full speed makes him highly intriguing for the NHL level."

Steven Ellis - Daily Faceoff - May 28th: "He isn’t afraid to rough it up and get into the dirty areas to win puck battles and is a very underrated passer, too. Sure, he got to play with one of the OHL’s top players in Cal Ritchie, but Sennecke is not getting carried – he is a powerhouse himself."

Jordan Harris - Dobber Prospects - Apr. 20th: "The main issue with Sennecke is consistency and his play off the puck. When in pursuit of the puck, he competes well and has shown impressive forecheck ability. Unfortunately, if he’s not in pursuit of the puck, he doesn’t seem to impact the play."

Central Scouting - Apr. 16th: "Great puck skills with his hockey sense to generate chances. He makes good choices and decisions, capable to read and make the plays at high speed. An asset on the power play with his quick release or one-time option."

Tony Ferrari - The Hockey News - Apr. 15th: "So often, when you watch Sennecke, you can see the steady and solid NHL tools and a player who doesn’t overcomplicate the game – most of the time. Every once in a while, you will see Sennecke make a play that leaves you asking where that high level of skill and creativity has been."

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