Pitre is a strong mechanical skater with average handling and passing who still needs to refine his pace of play and activity rate to clearly project to pro hockey.
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June 2023 – Pitre was selected 65th overall by the Ducks. Pat Quinn
June 2023 – This was Pitre’s second full season in the OHL, and did so on the Flint Firebirds alongside two of the OHL’s highest scorers, Red Wings’ draftee Amadeus Lombardi (102 points) and Gavin Hayes (81 points) of the Blackhawks. More than just holding his own, Pitre was often able to stand out on Flint’s top line, finishing fourth on the team in scoring with 25 goals and 60 points in 59 games. Pitre is solid, if unspectacular in most aspects of the game. His stride, footspeed and agility are all assets, but not superlative strengths. His puckhandling, play along the boards, and small area game are also strong. He’s a decent enough playmaker and a solid finisher, though neither will shine at higher levels. He has good habits for getting to high-quality scoring areas, and though he is not a stand-out defensive player right now, he plays with enough edge and intensity to warrant feeling like this area of his game could be an asset at higher levels. It is not difficult to envision Pitre carving out a bottom-six role in the NHL in the future. Luke Sweeney
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