Caleb Doyle




Written by: Steven Mobilio

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Caleb Doyle is a versatile player who can play all positions in any situation.  He has turned into a top power forward in his league as he possesses a heavy shot, quick hands, and a precise touch on in close scoring chances.  His size and strength make it easier for him to beat defenders as it becomes more difficult for them to take the puck off him.  Caleb is also an effective playmaker as he can anticipate plays well and make crisp passes.   Caleb is more than just versatile at the forward position; he can also play defence on the power play or penalty kill.  Versatility like this is not easy to come by at this level and having player available to use in any position helps a team like the Kingston Canadians thrive.  Caleb is looking to improve on his skating and quickness, so he is currently working with former CFL Grey Cup Champion Tim Cronk along with a group of his hockey teammates.  This involves mainly dryland training as rinks are closed and this is the most effective way to work on agility and quickness.  He also trains online on Zoom four days a week that works on core strength along with stickhandling training.  Before a game, Caleb shoots on his hockey net from as many angles as possible and gets into his own zone to ensure he performs at his best.  He is also constantly keeping in touch with his teammates through Facebook and does zoom workouts together as mentioned previously.  Caleb tries to model his game off of Auston Matthews and he mainly wants to have a quick release and have the ability to quickly change his shooting angles to make it difficult for goalies.  With his gifted abilities on the ice, Caleb has had many proud moments in his career, but he is most proud of being a part of the Novice Rep team that made it to the OMHA finals and more recently, he wanted to score 50 goals and win a tournament with the team this past year.  Although the season ended prematurely due to the pandemic, he still scored 52 goals and won two tournaments with his team.  Caleb’s goal now remains the same, make the Triple-A team and although he has not been successful recently, he revels in the opportunity to prove that he was what it takes to take his game to the next level.  Any individual or team goals are set once he knows what team he is on.  Caleb’s improvement and overachieving on his goals should allow him to take the next step and bump his game up to Triple-A sooner rather than later.





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