Skilled forward with a nose for the scoring areas. Doesn’t necessarily possess elite skill but there are some pro-level scoring traits in his game.
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July 2022 – Seminoff has been selected in the sixth round of the 2022 NHL Draft by the Dallas Stars. Nick Richard
December 2021 – Seminoff is having a huge year for Kamloops, sitting behind only Matthew Savoie in points per game among draft-eligible WHL players. One of the older players in the class, he is now in his third WHL season and he has shown notable growth each year.
Seminoff possesses a unique combination of dogged determination and soft hands around the net. As one fellow scout I spoke with said, “Seminoff absolutely lives on the inside.” He gets to the front of the net and establishes inside position to battle for rebounds and jam loose pucks into the net, has good hand-eye coordination to deflect incoming shots, and positions himself for dangerous shooting opportunities in the slot. He is a fine skater as well and takes good lanes to make himself available in transition to create chances off the rush. Seminoff shows a good work rate and is willing to engage on the forecheck but I would like to see that in his game more consistently when he isn’t getting as many puck touches. His game requires some polish but there are some pro-level scoring traits in his toolbox. Nick Richard
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