A versatile forward who can play up and down the lineup with leadership abilities.
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May 2020 – Kindopp has averaged over a point-per-game in the WHL the last two seasons, but he has done it as one of the elder statesman. He has 79 goals in his last 130 games with 26 coming on the power play and 21 game winners. He takes advantage of the extra man, can score five-on-five, and comes in clutch with the game on the line, a good balance to see from a goal scorer.
Kindopp is the type of player that is always contributing to the game, even if he doesn’t show up on the scoresheet. He is a versatile player and always takes care of his own zone. He was the captain in Everett this season and can play a grindy type of game or a finesse type of game as he is a strong skater and has a high hockey IQ.
The Ducks don’t have a ton of depth on the right wing so he has the opportunity to move up in the organization, but if he does make the NHL it will be primarily as a bottom-six forward who has the ability to play multiple roles, moving up and down the lineup.
|2012-2013||Lloydminster Blazers U15 AA||NAHL U15||32||26||23||49||52|||||Playoffs||13||3||7||10||24|
|Lloydminster Blazers U15 AA||NAHL U15||32||26||23||49||52||||
|Lloydminster Heat U15 AAA||AEHL U15||2||0||0||0||0||||
|2013-2014||Lloydminster Heat U15 AAA||AEHL U15||33||26||37||63||58|||||Playoffs||11||16||9||25||10|
|Lloydminster Heat U15 AAA||WCBAAA||5||3||1||4||4||||
|Lloydminster Rage U16 AAA||AEHL U16||2||0||2||2||0||||
|Team Northeast||Alberta Cup||5||1||1||2||2||||
|2014-2015||Lloydminster Bobcats U18 AAA||AEHL U18||32||12||17||29||48|||||Playoffs||8||2||1||3||6|