Fantasy Summary

Likely a bottom-sixer if he makes it to the NHL, Coskey plays a good defensive game for someone with his junior offensive stats. He’ll need time in the minors, but could emerge as a helpful secondary contributor


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March 2022 – Coskey is having a similar season to that of fellow prospect Reece Newkirk. After posting only four assists in 23 AHL appearances with Bridgeport, Coskey has prospered in the ECHL, totaling nine goals and 20 assists in 26 games with the Worcester Railers. Unlike Newkirk, Coskey lacks an NHL contract. Mark Allan

August 2021 – The 22-year-old signed a one-year contract with the Bridgeport Islanders. He registered two goals and three assists in 16 AHL outings last season, respectable totals for a player making the daunting leap from junior to North America’s second-best pro hockey league. Mark Allan

April 2021 – Coskey’s pro debut is off to a slow start with just two scores in 10 AHL appearances. The good news? He’s registered only eight shots on goal for Bridgeport, so his shooting percentage is a robust 25 per cent. Mark Allan

June 2020 – Coskey signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Islanders at the same time as Blade Jenkins, his teammate for three years with the Saginaw Spirit of the OHL. It was the 21-year-old’s fourth junior campaign so, unlike Jenkins, he must turn pro for the next season. Mark Allan

March 2020 – Now a major-junior veteran in his fifth OHL campaign with Saginaw, Coskey’s points have steadily increased from 11 to 31 to 50 to 63 and 80 so far in 62 outings as an over-ager. Goal totals, which rival his assists, have climbed from four to 10 to 27 to 31 and 34. He appeared in just 52 games in 2018-19, posting 31 scores and 32 helpers before an injury kept him out until the second playoff round. His shortened post-season resulted in three goals and five assists in 13 games. Not chosen in his first shot at the NHL draft, Coskey waited until the final round a year later when the Islanders gave him a chance. Coskey has decent size, which he uses as an above-average forechecker. Not averse to physicality, he finishes checks and works hard without the puck. A decent playmaker, he can protect the puck, although being more consistent is crucial to his overall game. He showed he can be a gamer by returning to help the Spirit in the post-season with his jaw wired shut. The Islanders have yet to sign him. Mark Allan

Fantasy Upside 4.0
NHL Certainty 3.5
Country USA
Position RW
Roster Type Minors
Shoot/Glove Right
Date of Birth June 1, 1999
Height 6‘0”
Weight 190 lbs
Drafted 2019 Round 7; Overall: 209


 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2012-2013 Chicago Mission 13U AAAHPHL 13U18 19 1433 14|        
 2013-2014 Chicago Mission 14U AAAHPHL 14U17 17 926 67|        
 2014-2015 Team Purple USA-S155 1 45 -|        
  Chicago Mission 16U AAAHPHL 16U23 9 817 42|        
 2015-2016 Saginaw SpiritOHL54 4 711 8|Playoffs4 0 00
 2016-2017 Team Forest USA-S175 2 35 -|        
  Saginaw SpiritOHL66 10 2131 36|        
 2017-2018 Saginaw SpiritOHL68 27 2350 30|Playoffs4 2 02
 2018-2019 Saginaw SpiritOHL52 31 3263 18|Playoffs13 3 58
 2019-2020 Saginaw SpiritOHL62 34 4680 41|        
 2020-2021 Bridgeport IslandersAHL16 3 25 4|        
 2021-2022 Bridgeport IslandersAHL25 0 55 8|        
  Worcester RailersECHL35 10 2333 10|        
 2022-2023 Kansas City MavericksECHL56 20 1636 29|Playoffs6 0 11
  Milwaukee AdmiralsAHL3 0 00 0|        
 2023-2024 Kansas City MavericksECHL68 22 3860 12|Playoffs15 4 711