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Fantasy Summary

High-end offensive talent with great size who can beat opponents with his hands, vision, or shooting ability. Needs to clean up his skating stride and add some pace to his game but has potential as an impactful offensive weapon in the NHL.


Observations

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July 2022- The Coyotes wasted little time this offseason, signing their 11th overall pick from this year’s past draft Geekie to a three-year entry level contract. “We are very pleased to sign Conor to an entry-level contract,” said Arizona GM Bill Armstrong. “He is a big, skilled, two-way center with good vision and a strong hockey IQ. We look forward to watching his development.” Keith Duggan

July 2022 – The Arizona Coyotes traded up to 11th overall in order to select Geekie with their second pick in the first round of the 2022 NHL Draft. Nick Richard

December 2021 – Geekie has been productive through the first couple months of the WHL season but his overall play hasn’t taken the step forward expected out of a potential top-1o pick. He is still working to improve his stride and overall mobility, and while he has plenty of offensive skill, adding some quickness to his game would certainly raise his floor as an NHL prospect. Nick Richard

September 2021 – After being held without a point in his first seven games of WHL action back in 2019-20, Conor Geekie was one of Winnipeg’s top offensive performers in 2020-21. Through 24 games in his draft-1 season, he scored nine goals and 14 assists for 23 points while playing just over 15 minutes per game. Geekie should be an integral part of the Ice’s offensive attack in what