A big, two-way centreman, Carson Hall was amongst the FOW % leaders in the OHL cup. Hall has an extremely high compete level, and couples it with his ability to win faceoffs to generate high amounts of offense. Hall also packs a very powerful and quick shot, which when coupled with his speed, allows him to be a truly lethal offensive threat. Hall is very defensively aware as well, which helps him fall back to help the defensemen in their own zone, making him someone who compares a lot to Patrice Bergeron. Hall is a very good hearted and dedicated player, and is always the first to answer the call when one of his teammates needs help both on or off the ice. With the 2022 OHL draft coming up, Hall is looking to work more on keeping his feet moving at all times, while also being more confident in his stickhandling ability, and his play with the puck in general. Hall is excited for the draft, and feels like he will be able to adapt his style of play to the next level. Hall could take a year or two before stepping into the OHL, where he could then develop into a proper middle 6 centre, who can come in during crunch time to win crucial faceoffs when it matters most.