Lukas Sutter





Lukas Sutter, C

Shoots: L

Height: 6-1

Weight: 202

Born: 1993-10-14

Hometown: Lethbridge, AB, Canada

Drafted: 2012 by Winnipeg Jets, 39th overall









June 2014 – Lukas Sutter was not signed by the Winnipeg Jets and he will re-enter the 2014 NHL Draft as a result. Since recording 59 points in his 2012 draft year, Sutter’s production has dwindled and the young forward only tallied 24 points in 45 games with Red Deer in 2013-14. Brendan Ross

September 2013 – Lukas Sutter had a very underwhelming season last year, ending off with 24 points in 72 games, a huge drop in production from his 59 points last year. His penalty minute totals were still consistent with his past totals so he still has some promise as a defensive forward. Starting the year off on the second line, he fell down to the third and fourth lines by the end of the season. In June of 2013, Sutter was traded to the Red Deer Rebels, where his uncle Brent is currently coaching. It will be interesting to see whether he can recollect his game next campaign. Kevin Won


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February 2013 – The big forward has had a tough season. After an awesome draft season which got him picked in the second round, Sutter’s production has fallen significantly. He has 19 points in 56 games and is a minus-12. Sutter has continued to put up a lot of penalty minutes and has 139 on the year. He still has value as a defensive forward and will be an integral piece to the Saskatoon Blades Memorial Cup run. Zenon Herasymiuk

April 2012 – With the last name Sutter, you are sure to receive a lot of attention as a prospect. No exception for Lukas Sutter, the son of former NHLer Rich. He is a hard working two way center that chips in with the occasional goal. He is reliable in the faceoff dot and on the penalty kill. On the year he had 59 points and a staggering 165 penalty minutes. While his size is very good for his age, his skating has a lot of room for improvement. Sutter will probably spend two more years in the WHL developing his offensive game and becoming a better skater. Zenon Herasymiuk


Fantasy Outlook: D-

Needs to work on skating before he will be able to produce at the next level.



Sutter isn’t afraid to drop the gloves with the big boys:




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Lukas Sutter statistics courtesy of Elite Hockey Prospects


Name Fantasy Upside NHL Certainty
Timur Mukhanov 8.0 7.0
Alexander Pashin 7.0 2.5
Felix Unger Sörum 7.5 8.5
Charles-Alexis Legault 4 6.5
Alexander Pelevin 3 2
Tyler Tucker 5.0 6.0
Matt Kessel 4.0 7.5
Aatu Räty 8.0 7.0
Jackson Blake 6.0 6.0
Ryan Ufko 7.0 6.0