|Malcolm Subban |
|Position: ||G ||Catches: ||Left |
|Height: ||6'1" ||Born: ||21-Dec-93 |
|Weight: ||188 ||Hometown: ||Rexdale, ONT |
|2011-12 ||W-L-OTL ||GAA ||SV% ||SO |
|Belleville ||25-14-0 ||2.50 ||.923 ||3 || |
|Scott Kosmachuk |
|Position: ||RW ||Shoots: ||Right |
|Height: ||6'0" ||Born: ||24-Jan-94 |
|Weight: ||185 ||Hometown: ||Toronto, ONT |
|2011-12 ||GP ||G ||A ||P |
|Guelph ||67 ||30 ||29 ||59 |
Ryan Strome, Islanders First Round pick in 2011
I played with Malcolm Subban in minor hockey for a few years, and he’s a stud. I think we played him a few times this year where we had 50 shots on him, and we scored maybe one or two times. He’s a rock back there, very athletic, and he’s only going to get better. He hasn’t played goalie for that long. He’s going to be a real good player.
Al Jensen, NHL Central Scouting
Malcolm is very good with his positioning with outstanding lateral ability and quickness. He can make the big save to turn a game around, but he covers post-to-post so well with his butterfly. His leg extension is incredible and he has a very quick glove hand.
|Ryan Strome, Islanders First Round pick in 2011 |
Scott Kosmachuk is a pretty big winger, and a good sniper. He had a pretty good season, with 30 goals to his credit.
Trent Klatt, Islanders Player Development
Scott is a gritty player with a lot of good intangibles. He is hard to play against and has a good shot.