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Quick, skilled center who works hard and can create offense.


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March 2021 – Angle is coming off a strong campaign with the Windsor Spitfires, registering 67 points in 62 games. He has finally earned a chance to play with Columbus’ AHL affiliate the Cleveland Monsters. While he has only had the chance to lace up for two games, he has scored two goals and produced an assist. A strong debut to his first season of professional hockey, there is reason to be optimistic that this seventh rounder can beat the odds and eventually make the show. Sam McGilligan


May 2020 – Angle wrapped up his 2019-20 season tied for the team lead in points with 67 (29 goals and 38 assists). Playing in his fourth season with the Spitfires, the 20-year-old shattered nearly every one of his previous statistical numbers. After taking some major strides in his development this year, CBJ management should be contemplating a potential ELC this summer. Should he ink a deal, look for him to challenge for a spot in the AHL next season. Dave Hall


December 2019 – The Ontario native continues his strong season in his fourth year with the Windsor Spitfire (OHL). The silky center has contributed a team-leading 14 goals combined with 16 assists through 25 games and shows no sign of slowing down. Although he is considered somewhat smaller in stature, Angle uses his smooth skating and pro-release to rack up points on a consistent night-to-night basis. The 19-year-old also provides a heavy presence on the league’s top power-play unit, creating plays from the half-boards like the best of them. Despite being taken late in the draft, the 2019 draftee has quickly become a very intriguing prospect. However, with no entry-level deal signed yet, his potential remains low. Dave Hall


October 2019 – Columbus did not have to wait long to get a good sample of their 2019 seventh-round pick. In 11 games played, the fourth-year veteran has contributed 14 points (9G + 5A) while firing an impressive 41 shots on goal.  The Ontario native is currently on pace to shatter his career highs that were set last season (20g + 24A) and is doing so playing on the team’s top line. Angle also provides a heavy presence on the top powerplay unit where he has four goals, which ties him for fourth in the league. It may be early, but the organization should be pleased with what they have seen so far from their late-round pick. Dave Hall


June 2019 – Angle is a smaller-sized forward who can score and make plays. His skill level is not elite, but he was worth a gamble in the seventh round of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. In 58 OHL games last season, the Windsor Spitfire center scored 20 goals and 24 assists. He will need to work on his defensive game, bulk up his frame and maintain his work ethic in order to be effective at the next level. There is no fantasy value to be had with Angle for a very long time. Frank Pellegrini


Fantasy Upside 5.0
NHL Certainty 3.5
Country CAN
Position C
Roster Type Junior
Shoot/Glove Left
Date of Birth September 30, 2000
Height 5‘9”
Weight 168 lbs
Drafted 2019 Round 7; Overall: 212


 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2015-2016 Southern Tier Admirals U16 AAASCTA U1634 19 1332 66|        
  St. Catharines FalconsGOJHL1 0 00 0|        
  Southern Tier Admirals U16 AAAOHL Cup4 0 11 8|        
 2016-2017 St. Catharines FalconsGOJHL11 5 38 26|        
  Windsor SpitfiresOHL41 2 24 6|        
 2017-2018 Windsor SpitfiresOHL67 10 717 42|Playoffs6 1 01
 2018-2019 Windsor SpitfiresOHL58 20 2444 34|Playoffs4 3 03
 2019-2020 Windsor SpitfiresOHL62 29 3867 38|        
  OHL All-StarsJr Super Series1 0 00 0|        
 2020-2021 Cleveland MonstersAHL23 11 1324 2|        
 2021-2022 Cleveland MonstersAHL71 11 2637 32|        
 2022-2023 Columbus Blue JacketsNHL2 1 01 0|        
  Cleveland MonstersAHL66 11 1223 28|        
 2023-2024 Columbus Blue JacketsNHL2 0 00 0|        
  Cleveland MonstersAHL40 8 816 22|Playoffs9 1 23