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Fantasy Summary

A power-forward who plays a simple offensive game. While he doesn’t have a high-end end skill set, he skates hard in all three zones. Although, he is stronger on the defensive end without the puck.


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May 2021 – Caulfield finishes his second season in the NCAA with an NCHC Championship. The Penguins 2019 pick demonstrated an ability to play on a top line this year, however, the production is yet to come. He forechecks well and makes space for his teammates, but doesn’t display any ability to create offense for himself. Caulfield remains unsigned by the Penguins with two years of NCAA eligibility remaining. Kyle Watson

February 2021 – Caulfield put up just one assist in his first twelve games with UND this season, but has four goals and four assists in his last eight outings. The 2019 fifth-round pick has benefitted from playing on the wing of team leading scorer, Shane Pinto. Kyle Watson

May 2020 –  Caulfield recently completed his first collegiate season with the University of North Dakota. He didn’t have the strongest year point-wise but he was an important depth role for UND. He played most of the