Sharp-shooting winger with strong off-puck positioning, a heavy release, and a decent forechecking game. Relatively one-dimensional, but could round out his game to become a middle-six trigger man.
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June 2023 – Rehkopf was selected 50th overall by the Kraken. Pat Quinn
June 2023 – Rehkopf has plied his trade with the Kitchener Rangers in the OHL this season, putting together a solid 30-goal, 59-point campaign in 60 regular season games, as well as six points in nine playoff games for a middling squad.
Although he is a great off-puck mover with a high-end release and decent forechecking, Rehkopf’s playmaking lacks inventiveness and creativity, and his skating is average at best. Along the boards, he fights well for pucks, combining great technique and a heavy frame to pry defenders off of pucks and fight them off once he has it. There is some refinement needed in Rehkopf’s case, but if his skillset is rounded out, he has potential as a middle-six goal-scoring winger who can hold his own on dump-ins. Rehkopf will likely see his name called at the end of the second round, or somewhere in the third. Hadi Kalakeche
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