Playmaking winger with great vision and puck skills to complement a projectable frame. Will have to improve his stride and defensive game but has potential as a long-term project.
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July 2022 – The Toronto Maple Leafs have selected Grebyonkin in the fifth round of the 2022 NHL Draft, 135th overall, after he went undrafted in his first year of eligibility.
Grebyonkin had a productive season in the MHL, notching 17 goals and 47 assists in 58 games for Magnitogorsk’s junior team. Primarily a playmaker, he displays good vision and creativity in the offensive zone. He is constantly scanning the ice for a passing option and can find teammates with slick passes through traffic in a timely fashion. Grebyonkin is a high-end puck handler who not only has the skill to beat defenders one-on-one but shows advanced puck protection habits along the boards where he can create chances off the wall. While he does most of his damage as a passer, he also has a bit of a nose for the net where he can make goaltenders look foolish in tight. Beyond that, he has a quick and accurate release that can beat goaltenders from distance but he usually looks for a passing option when presented with time and space. Grebyonkin is a long-term project who will have to clean up his skating stride and improve his play away from the puck but he has a solid offensive skill set and should push for steadier playing time in the KHL next season. Nick Richard
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