On my quest to bring my readers some better content, I have decided to start a series of articles titled “Prospect Profiles” in which I will cover a Boston Bruins prospect each week for the rest of the season. These profiles will include statistics, general information about the player, and possibly some videos of highlight plays. This week, I have chosen Jack Studnicka for the first prospect profile.
Studnicka is a centerman who, like Patrice Bergeron, puts as much detail into the defensive aspects of the game as much as he focuses on offense. Studnicka is always on the ice for key faceoff situations and he has a very high compete level. Jack is an excellent skater, he’s fast and agile which allows him to slip away from opponents with ease. He has terrific on-ice vision and playmaking skills which make him comparable to Patrice Bergeron. Studnicka is a very reliable two-way forward who continues to improve his game each and every day.
So far this season, Studnicka has racked up 4 goals and 11 assists for 15 points in 12 games played with Oshawa. He has been a true leader on the ice and is looking fantastic so far this season. Here are the highlights from the Oshawa Generals game on September 22 where Studnicka recorded 2 goals and 2 assists.
Photo: (Goodall Media)