Friday, September 25, 2009

AHR Scouting Report: Alexx Privatera

Name: Alexx Privitera
Pos: Defense
DOB: January 18, 1993
Height: 5-11
Weight: 175
Hometown: Old Tappan, NJ
CHL Status: Free Agent
NCAA Status: Boston University 2011
2007-08 Team: New Jersey Avalanche U-14
2008-09 Team: New Jersey Avalanche U-16
2009-10 Team: US NTDP
NHL Draft Eligible: 2011
AHR Rating: A

Scouted on June 27-29, 2009 @ 2009 USA Select 16 FestivalNotes: Played well but not as good as we have seen him. He sort of took a back seat to the other top defenders. Needs to assert himself more into the play and make things happen. He was very strong on the puck and at times jumped into the play as the leader of the offense, we would just like to see him do that much more often. He has very good hands and competes very hard. He will be in Ann Arbor with the NTDP team next season where he should do well. AHR Rating: A

Submitted By An AHR Scout April 1, 2009
Notes: Is a strong puck handler with very good ice vision. He is offensive and likes to make the long pass. He skates very well and is strong on the puck. Has pretty much told everyone he is going to the NCAA so where he goes in the OHL Draft is anyone’s guess. AHR Rating: AA

Scouted on October 31, 2008 @ 2008 Nike/Bauer Invite
Notes: Excellent showing as he has started to blossom as a leader on his team. He was always around the puck creating or making defensive plays. He played well at both ends of the ice and showed his very good skating and speed many times. His hands can place the puck anywhere needed on the ice. He is an offensive minded defender who can make a super pass through the neutral zone. He likes to hit and has a solid frame. Has NHL potential. AHR Rating: AA

Scouted on Aug 3-8, 2008 @ 2008 USA Select 15 Festival
Notes: One of the best in the festival and his class. He was a solid defender who made very few mistakes. He has good size with a solid build and was also solid and strong on his skates. He had a very good sense for the game and where the play was going. He was able to make a crisp pass and move the puck around the offense with ease. He was very patient within the play not trying to force the issue. We watched him make a perfect open ice pass through the neutral zone placing the puck right on the stick of a streaking player who went in all alone for a goal. His physical play was very good as well, lots of potential here. Has pro potential. The OHL will be watching him this season. AHR Rating: A

Scouted on Aug 3-8, 2008 @ 2008 USA Select 15 Festival
Notes: Another Scouts Notes: By far the best power play defenseman in his age group at the Festival. He has soft hands, a quick release, and can skate with the best of them at this age group. Big upside! AHR Rating: A

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