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Carter Danyluk

F

Sudbury Jr. Wolves

U15

AAA

5’6

130lbs

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Written by: Nick Tatler

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A pure cut powerforward with deadly offensive potential, Carter Danyluk is a player no one wants to line up against. Carter has a blend of physicality and offensive talent that allows him to be dangerous both with and without the puck. Starting offensively, Carter has a gorgeous snap shot that stays low and allows for rebounds but can be put into the back of the net whenever he wants. He has the ability to put the puck into the puck that competes with everyone else in his age group. With the puck on his stick he is a dual threat however. He has wonderful vision and playmaking ability. He has wonderful hands that he uses combined with his quick feet to create room for his teammates and himself. He protects the puck well using his grit and stick handling.  Without the puck in the offensive zone you’ll find him mixing it up down low, getting under defenders skin but staying poised and not taking unnecessary penalties. He’ll battle in front of the net and down low and in the corners will relentlessly battle until he comes away with the puck. He backchecks as hard as he forecheck in an attempt to get the puck back and in the defensive zone he is reliable positionally. He breaks up passes and battles down low in the zone to clear the puck away from high danger areas. He is smart enough to know when to chip it out and when to hold onto the puck and start or lead a breakout. With the puck in transition he is very quick and though not an eloquent skater he moves very quickly and uses his superv hands to get away from opponents and quickly create odd man rushes. He also makes clean passes to teammates and rarely turns the puck over in transition. As he continues to develop and grow, Carter Danyluk shows promise as a power forward with quite the offensive toolbox

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