2016 NHL Draft

LW Adam Mascherin

Kitchener Rangers (OHL)

Steve Kournianos  |  06/16/2016 |  New York  |  

Photo courtesy of The OHL

Profile

Position: Left Wing
Shoots: Left
Height/Weight: 5’10, 206 lbs
Born: June 6th, 1998 Maple, ON

The Draft Analyst Ranking:

DEC JAN FEB MAR APR JUN
46 45 37 33 24 24

Regular Season

Season Club GP G A PTS PPG Plus/Minus
2014-15 Kitchener (OHL) 62 12 17 29 0.47 -7
2015-16 Kitchener (OHL) 65 35 46 81 1.25 +19

Playoffs

Season Club GP G A PTS PPG Plus/Minus
2014-15 Kitchener (OHL) 6 1 1 2 0.33 -1
2015-16 Kitchener (OHL) 9 6 6 12 1.33 -4

Scouting Report

This power forward’s overall numbers are impressive — only Matt Tkachuk (107) and Alex DeBrincat (101) had more points than Mascherin (81) among OHL first-year eligibles. Short but solid, he’s an excellent playmaker and elite stickhandler who makes up for a lack of overall foot speed with patience and grown-man strength. The poor kid has issues accelerating, but again, his lethal shot (and it is lethal) and vision make him too good a prospect to pass on. Mascherin is the hockey equivalent of an elite quarterback who can carve up a zone or man-to-man defense without impunity, and he uses a long stick and quick thinking to steal passes and exploit a numerical advantage or create one himself. Mascherin, a former top pick in the OHL Priority Selection, plays a clean, disciplined game and has legitimate top-line potential.