A smart and gifted center, he plays both ends of the ice very well and should develop into a 2nd/3rd line NHL center
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September 2020 – Morand finished his first professional season with a scrap in the final game before the league went on pause and ultimately canceled. While his numbers weren’t eye popping (16 points in 54 games), the rookie was adjusting to playing against men and did end up leading all Gulls forwards in games played with 54. This is a good sign as it shows he was doing the little things for head coach Kevin Dineen, showing the amount of confidence he has in the 20-year old center.
He is a smart player and plays a complete 200-foot game. After a couple of seasons in the AHL, he could play some NHL games as a bottom-six energy center. Lucas Main
September 2018 – Morand didn’t improve on his point totals last year (only two more than his previous season), but he improved in other aspects of his game which is what you want to see. He helped lead the Titan to a Memorial Cup and will most likely return to junior for his final season. Morand is a consistent player and can play up and down the line up. Lucas Main