Anthony Duclair

Tony Carr

2018-02-27

Anthony Duclair - Photo Courtesy of ca.sports.yahoo.com

 

Anthony Duclair, LW

Shoots: L

Height: 5-11

Weight: 176

Born: 1995-07-26

Hometown: Pointe-Clair, QC, CAN

Drafted: 2013 by New York Rangers, 80th Overall

 

 

 

 

 

 

Observations:

 

February 2018 – Following a mid-season trade to the Blackhawks, Duclair has found a place playing alongside super rookie, Alex Debrincat and the ever improving, Nick Schmaltz. His speed is on display every night and now that he is playing with better players, expect to see his offensive numbers take a jump. Tony Carr

October 2015- Anthony Duclair is off to a sizzling start so far in the 2015-16 season. With four goals and six points in four games, including a hat trick on Oct. 14th, Duclair isn't just one of the top rookie scorers in the league but one of the top scorers in the NHL. Keith Duggan

 

October 2015 – After being sent back to junior last year despite a strong start with the New York Rangers, Anthony Duclair now finds himself in a familiar position on a hot streak but on a different Coyotes team. Opportunity in the desert is endless for the Coyotes young stars and Duclair will certainly benefit from it. He's already lining up as a top-six winger alongside Martin Hanzal and Tobias Rieder and should begin seeing his ice time increase. Brendan Ross

 

October 2015- Anthony Duclair completed a strong training camp for the Coyotes making the team's opening night roster. Duclair's NHL experience from last season with the Rangers gave him a leg up on other young players trying to make the team. Duclair and Max Domi will be counted on to provide speed, skill and creativity to a team in short supply of those ingredients. Don't expect big numbers off the bat, as the Coyotes will struggle to score this season. Keith Duggan

 

May 2015- Duclair's is showing no signs of slowing down as his thrilling but long and grueling season continues at the Mastercard Memorial Cup. His Quebec Remparts nearly won the QMJHL title earlier this week but lost in game seven of the President Cup Final versus Rimouski Oceanic, 2-1 in double overtime. But Quebec is the host team and will still get to compete for the Memorial Cup. After a slow start to the playoff's his play has picked up, in 22 games Duclair has eight goals and 18 assists to rank fourth among scorers with 26 points. In the finals vs. Rimouski he tallied four multi-point games, receiving CHL Player of the Week on May 12th. Some red flags were raised after the Coyotes acquired Duclair when he was a healthy scratch, for a perceived lack of effort by Quebec. He admitted the problem saying he was tired, picking up his play finishing strongly with 15 goals and 34 points in 26 games. With Duclair's junior career coming to an end, look for him to give everything he's got to go out on top. Keith Duggan

 

March 2015- Anthony Duclair was involved in a massive trade that went down on March 1st. He was traded along with John Moore, the Rangers 2016 first-round pick and the Rangers 2015 second-round pick to the Arizona Coyotes for Keith Yandle, Chris Summers and a 2016 fourth-round pick. This is a big boost for Duclair as he goes to a rebuilding Coyotes team, where he is expected to play in 2015-16. Possibly on a line with former WJC linemate Max Domi, which he showed excellent chemistry with at the 15 tournament. Keit