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Players I liked At The 2022 Fall Classic

After three days at the Fall Classic, I thought I would highlight some players who stood out.

  1. Nick Moldenhauer – Leafs – He played top-line center for the Chicago Steel and he produced. He scored goals, he was good on face-offs and his speed and skill were on display.
  2. Chris Delaney – 2023 NHL Draft Eligible – He may currently be 5’6” and 148 pounds but he can play. This center is fast, he got on the scoreboard and he is really good on the penalty kill.
  3. Alex Bump – Flyers – He was very engaged. Bump was on the top power play and scored a game-tying beauty for his first goal of the season against the NTDP. He was physical and noticeable.
  4. Oliver Moore – 2023 NHL Draft Eligible – The left wing has crazy speed through the neutral zone. His closing speed to the net matters and he can finish.
  5. Gavin McCarthy – 2023 NHL Draft Eligible – This defenseman has an excellent first pass. His wrist shot is quick and he’s a two-way player.
  6. Artyom Levshunov – 2024 NHL Draft Eligible – This defenseman has a bright future. He hails from Belarus. His family went through a hard time getting him here and he probably stays in the USHL next year because of the “Russian Rule” in the CHL. He’s a good puck handler and good on the power play.
  7. Maxim Strbak – 2023 NHL Draft Eligible – This defenseman is smooth. He has a good first pass. He blocks shots and he’s smart with the puck. He has two points in two games so far.
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