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Bottom-six forward with elite skating ability and decent hands. Pretty safe bet to play in the NHL but doesn’t have high offensive upside.


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March 2020 – Statistically, Ang really took a giant step forward, this season, nearly reaching his point totals from 2018-19 in 26 fewer appearances. Ang likely returns to the AHL in 2020-21 but could see some NHL action down the stretch, giving fantasy owners another option to plug into their bottom-6. Keith Fries

June 2018 – Ang finished his fourth and final season in the OHL with 25 goals and 70 points in 65 games split between Peterborough Petes and Sarnia Sting. He also added nine points in 12 playoff games for the Sting. Ang will move to the AHL next and could earn injury call-ups as early as next season but likely requires a couple of years in the minors before becoming a full-time NHL player.  Jokke Nevalainen

Oct 2017 – Ang finished 2016-17 with 59 points in 67 games but was only 4 points off the team lead. That’s telling. Ang looked much improved in development camp, using his speed and above-average stickhandling in tight to create chances. He has already been named OHL Player of the Week for Peterborough collecting seven points in three games. Fantasy wise, Ang could be a sneaky deep fantasy add. He is showing game breaking ability to have an impact at the pro level. He had a noticibly great camp before being sent to the OHL. Expect to see a bit of a jump in his PPG this year as he currently leads the team with 13 points in 10 games. – Joel Henderson

December 2016- Continues to show his strength on the puck, using his size to prevent defenders from knocking the puck away. One of noticeable parts of his game is his ability to back check hard on several occasions. He is currently second in team scoring with the Peterborough Petes at just under a point-per-game pace with 28 points in 29 games. Has strong hockey sense and ability to read plays. Chris Crawford

November 2016 – Likes to create a net front presence when his team is in the offensive zone. He is extremely strong of the puck and is able to use is increase in size to protect the puck when getting past defenders. In the defensive zone, he is physical and isn’t afraid to hit. Currently sees time on the penalty kill and on the second unit powerplay with the Peterborough Petes. On the powerplay he is either in the slot or on the point and is able to use his strong shot and release to create offensive opportunities. He is currently just shy of a point per game pace with 20 points in 21 games. Chris Crawford

June 2016 – Ang was drafted due to his blazing speed. He wasn’t taken until the fourth round because he’s slender and streaky. Mark Allan

May 2016 – Ang is possibly the best skater in his draft class. His strength and conditioning have improved significantly in his OHL sophomore season with the Petes and his offensive game has developed as his confidence grows. His elite skating ability is impressive as his explosive acceleration, powerful skating stride allow for breakaway speed and create separation from defenders. He is adept at speeding past defenders and cutting back in front of the goal. Ang is developing his skill game and is a better playmaker than goal scorer. He needs to develop his shot, improving the release and power as he defaults to his puck handling skills to try to deke. Undersized, Ang avoids the dirty areas and needs to continue to add strength to improve his ability to dig out pucks, win board battles and protect the puck. Peter Harling

Fantasy Upside 3.5
NHL Certainty 3.0
Country CAN
Position RW
Roster Type Europe, Free Agent
Shoot/Glove Right
Date of Birth January 31, 1998
Height 5‘11”
Weight 165 lbs
Drafted 2016 Round 4; Overall: 94


 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2012-2013 Markham Waxers U16 AAAETAHL U1634 13 1831 4|        
 2013-2014 Markham Waxers U16 AAAETAHL U1633 28 1442 34|        
  Markham Waxers U18 AAATCQ-O7 5 49 4|        
  Team OMHA White OGC-165 3 25 2|        
  Markham Waxers U18 AAAETAHL U180 0 00 0|Playoffs5 4 26
  Haliburton County HuskiesOJHL1 0 00 0|        
 2014-2015 Peterborough PetesOHL59 10 1020 18|Playoffs5 0 11
  Team Red U17-Dev3 1 01 0|        
  Canada White U17WHC-175 3 14 4|        
 2015-2016 Peterborough PetesOHL68 21 2849 44|Playoffs7 3 69
  Team Red U18-Dev3 0 00 0|        
 2016-2017 Peterborough PetesOHL67 27 3259 75|Playoffs12 7 411
 2017-2018 Peterborough PetesOHL39 15 2843 69|        
  Sarnia StingOHL26 10 1727 18|Playoffs12 2 79
  OHL All-StarsJr Super Series2 0 11 0|        
 2018-2019 Springfield ThunderbirdsAHL75 5 2025 42|        
 2019-2020 Springfield ThunderbirdsAHL49 7 1421 24|        
 2020-2021 ThurgauSL12 4 812 14|Playoffs6 1 12
 2021-2022 ThurgauSL50 27 3764 44|Playoffs9 6 713 14 
 2022-2023 KlotenNL52 20 2949 44|Playoffs3 1 01
  Team Canada Spengler Cup2 0 00 0|        
 2023-2024 KlotenNL52 11 1829 42|        
  Team Canada Spengler Cup4 1 12 4|