Igor Sokolov

Height / Weight
6' 3" / 240 lbs
Born
June 7th 2000 (21)
Position
Left Winger
Country
Russia
NHL 2020 mock draft
NHL 2019 mock draft
NHL 2018 mock draft
Draft Type Round Pick Team
Projected to be undrafted.
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Player ranking
Year Rank
2020 136
2018 62
SCOUTING REPORT

Lit up the Russian U-17 with 41 goals / 73 points in only 32 games and wasn't far behind those totals the season before. This is large kid who simple can wire the puck. No hesitation, pick a spot, and the cannon fires. Was part of the Russian World Junior team that showed poorly in the Under-18 World Junior. He was given strong linemates, a nice pair of distributing defensemen, and he had only one goal to show for the bevy of shots he took. Was used as a power play guy based on his shot. The problem is that is this pony has only one trick; he really has trouble moving his feet and being a 200 foot player. I am not sure if he will garnish enough attention for a team to jump up and spend a few seasons working the heavy boot issues out.
There are enough North Americans who have skating deficits in the class too. They would try to turn them from Brian Boyle the lead foot to Boyle the centre. And many never really get to the NHL level. In his case, that powerful aura of sniper might get some team calling his name.



--Bill Placzek--