clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

The Habs select Jeremiah Addison 207th overall

Here's Montreal's last pick of the 2015 Entry Draft

Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

Scouting Profile from Hockey Prospect

Even dating back to his Minor Midget days, Addison never really showed us much offensively. He was primarily a two-way forward who was hard to play against. While he projects to be that type of player at the next level, he showed some impressive offensive ability never seen before by him. He improved his shot from last season. He also displayed good hands and made some decent passes to create chances as well.
Jeremiah finishes his checks effectively and is a tough player who quickly picks up his man on the backcheck. He played in all game situations for the 67's and is a very capable penalty killer. Addison won't be a high pick but could be a pick later on as a forward who would make a solid penalty killer, but who also may be a late bloomer in regards to talent and puck skills.