Wiesblatt is a high-energy player who plays a quick, determined brand of hockey. The dual-threat right-winger makes things easier on his linemates, consistently being engaged in the play.
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April 2022 – Wiesblatt has been shut down for the season after undergoing a season-ending shoulder surgery. There may be some concerns creeping in regarding the lack of games played during key developmental years. Due to COVID and injury he’s only played 72 games in the last two seasons. When he’s played his production has been decent however (41 points in 47 games this year), especially when considering that he’s been playing for one of the worst teams in the WHL and has produced substantially more than his closest teammates. Wiesblatt’s two-way play and grit ups his NHL certainty, however whether his offensive skills will translate is worth keeping an eye on. Donesh Mazloum
February 2021 – Wiesblatt lit the lamp for the first time in his professional career on February 12th. It only took the youngster three games to notch his first goal in the AHL. Although Wiesblatt looked like he was up to speed with many of his Barracuda teammates, he was reassigned to the WHL’s Prince Albert Raiders in preparation for their season opener in early March. This will be a great opportunity for Wiesblatt to hone his skills and really show the Sharks front office, and their fans, what he is capable of this year. Keep an eye on the WHL’s score sheets this season because #19 is sure to be all over them. Alex Howes
October 2020 – The final pick of the first round, Ozzy Wiesblatt, plays with a killer bee mentality using his speed and skill to baffle opponents and open up extra ice for his linemates. His skating and passing abilities make him a dangerous pla