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MAJOR | Canucks' prospect dominates multiples categories in league's award and it's promising for their future

Published April 10, 2023 at 5:48 PM
BY FELIP GOSSELIN

It's become quite clear that Patrik Allvin and the player agent Dan Milstein have developed quite the relationship lately since multiple of his clients have signed with the Canucks.

The Canucks drafted Kirill Kudryavtsev with their 7th Round Selection in 2022 and he's developing into a steal. The OHL regular season came to an end and Kudryavtsev was amongst league leaders in multiple defensive categories. After his first training camp amongst professional, here are the comments that came out:

‘'For a seventh-round pick, Kirill Kudryavtsev handled himself really at both training camp and during the Young Stars tournament. He's a player to watch as he takes on a larger role with the Soo Greyhounds during this upcoming season.''

He surely did take on a bigger role. The left handed shot d-man collected 50 points in just 67 games and he was recognized for his defensive prowess.


Kudryavtsev was voted the 2nd best defensive defenseman, the 2nd best shot blocker and the 3rd most underrated player:


For a 7th round pick, he's surely grown into a heck of a two-way Defenseman. It'll be extremely interesting to see how his development goes moving forward, but if he keeps progressing the way he's been, he may have a shot at cracking the Canucks' line-up sooner then we had expected. At 6'00'' and 200 pounds, he has all the tools to take his game to the next level.
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April 10   |   551 answers
MAJOR | Canucks' prospect dominates multiples categories in league's award and it's promising for their future

The Canucks managed to take Aidan McDonough to the NHL level (who was also a 7th Round Pick) can they do the same with Kudryavtsev?

Yes38269.3 %
No264.7 %
Hopefully14326 %
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