Sharp-shooting winger with strong off-puck movement and puck protection tools Skating and defensive improvements required, but has middle-six upside.
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November 2023 – Greentree’s season has gone impressively well so far for the Spitfires, with 11 goals and 13 assists in 15 games to start off the year. A lot of his points have come off of one-touch plays off the cycle, but the occasional off-the-boards play while protecting the puck shows the potential for more, especially with his 6-foot-2, almost 200-pound frame.
A rifle of a shot and a knack for finding soft ice away from the puck allow Greentree to make the most out of his scoring chances. His playmaking shows up in flashes which follow his inconsistent scanning, and the skating holds him back from being able to jump into offensive zone transitions consistently, but the upside as a middle-six scoring winger with power-forward elements will likely see him go higher on draft day than we have him. Hadi Kalakeche
(November rankings: 28th overall)
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