2017 NHL Entry Draft

Nick Henry

NICK HENRYCanada

COLORADO • ROUND: 4 OVERALL: 94

 

Previous Team: Regina Pats (WHL)

Hockey Draft Central Ranking: No. 79

Vital Statistics

Position: RW • Height: 6-0 • Weight: 190 • Shoots: Right
Birthdate: July 4, 1999 • Hometown: Portage la Prairie, Manitoba

Additional Information

Current Status: ACTIVE | STATS
Previous: POE (Manitoba HS); Central Plains (Mid.); Portage (MJHL)
WHL Bantam Draft: 2014 by Everett (Round 3, No. 58 Overall)
WHL Debut: Sept. 23, 2016 (Regina vs. Prince Albert)
First WHL Goal: Oct. 2, 2016 (Regina vs. Red Deer)

IN THE NEWS:
Shoulder Surgery Delaying 2017-18 Start
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Had an Amazing Start to WHL Rookie Year

Quotes from Major Draft Guides

• "An offensive performer who needs to round out his game. Henry managed to stake out a key role with one of the strongest teams in the CHL. Has the skills, but needs to prove that he can create offense on his own." (McKeen's Draft Preview)

• "A goal scorer’s touch. Very good from inside the hash marks and around the net. Excellent shot with a good, quick release. Strong and competitive on the puck." (NHL Central Scouting Report)

• "Shorter than the average NHL forward and doesn’t possess great speed or dynamic puck skills, but when you can score more than a point-per-game as a WHL rookie and work your way into the top six, of what is perhaps the deepest offensive team in the CHL, scouts take a notice. Smart, and can score goals." (Recrutes.ca)

• "Top-end speed and quickness is average and not a strength of his game. His lack of quickness also hurts his ability to forecheck, and he did not spend much time on the penalty-kill this season. ... Strong on his skates and his stick which allows him to compete and win battles in tight areas." (HockeyProspect.com Black Book)

• "Has a knack for arriving on the scene at the perfect moment. Gets extra zip on his passes to thread them through tight spaces. Uses lower-core strength to crash the net hard, picking up rebounds. Focused and determined." (Red Line Report)