High offensive instincts cannot be denied, as he always seems to be in the right spot at the right time. Solid shot and hands in tight. Not a super well rounded game, but if he gets put in a favourable situation in Ottawa with strong linemates, he could present moderate value in PPR leagues focusing on point production.
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April 2023 – Crookshank had 26 goals and 21 assists in 71 games this year with Belleville in the AHL. The 23-year-old deserves a look by Ottawa next season for a few games at the very least, but the Senators will be a tough roster to crack. His ceiling is that of a bottom-six forward. Grant Campbell
October 2022 – Crookshank played two games in the pre-season and had two goals on four shots on goal. He looked excellent in the rookie tournament and carried it on in pre-season. He will look to get some games under his belt after missing all of last season, but he is a name that should see a few games in Ottawa this year. Grant Campbell
September 2022 – Crookshank looks to be 100% recovered from the ACL injury that cost him all of the 2021-22 season. He has been one of the better Senators during the Rookie Tournament in Buffalo and should be ready to start the season in Belleville. Grant Campbell
March 2021 – A huge milestone for Crookshank just passed as he signed his entry-level contract with the Ottawa Senators. This means Crookshank will be leaving the University of New Hampshire immediately and joining the Belleville Senators (AHL) following the required quarantine period. The 2018 5th-round pick of the Senators had a productive college career with the Wildcats, posting 35 goals and 63 points in 90 games, and will be eager to continue this success at the professional level. Jacob Barker