Watching Sarnia Sting defenseman Anthony DeAngelo with the puck on his stick, you can tell he's not the most patient player.
That carries over to his off-ice life as well, which is a big reason the Sewell, N.J., native made his way to Sarnia in the first place.
It's turned into a strong move, as DeAngelo has blossomed into one of the top offensive defensemen in the Ontario Hockey League and one of the top prospects for the 2014 NHL Draft.
"Obviously he's a very, very dynamic player offensively," Sarnia coach Trevor Letowski told NHL.com. "He's really a threat as far as being a defenseman. He's able to create offense not just on the power play, but at 5-on-5 he's a threat. The other thing that really sticks out is he's a really passionate player. That's when he's at his best. He sometimes walks a fine line. He competes so hard, he wants to win, he wants to be the difference out there. It's been fun for me to watch him develop."