Zary is a center who loves to make things happen around the net. A well-balanced scorer who drives his line.
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August 2019 – Only six days away from being eligible for the 2019 NHL Draft, Zary will be knocked for being one of the older players in his draft class. He displays a game that is reminiscent of a player that is older than his peers as well. He is growing as a defensive player, improving on his positioning throughout last season. Zary stays engaged in the play and doesn’t get lost in the shuffle as some younger players do. He does an excellent job of finding space and taking advantage when he does. The young Kamloops Blazers center possesses a good shot equally good playmaking ability. He does his best work in close to the net with terrific hands and the ability to elevate the puck in tight. As one of the oldest players in this class, he should produce at a rate well above many of his peers. Expect a big season from the WHL forward. –Tony Ferrari
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|2015-2016||Saskatoon Outlaws U15 AA||SAAHL U15||30||44||37||81||78|||||Playoffs||5||6||5||11||2|
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