2023 NHL Draft Prospect Profile: Koehn Ziemmer

Koehn Ziemmer is an exciting prospect for the 2023 NHL Draft, showcasing a unique blend of size, skill, and hockey sense. Ziemmer possesses an intriguing combination of offensive prowess and physicality, making him a valuable asset. Koehn has shown continual development throughout his junior career, landing at over a point per game on the Prince George Cougars of the WHL this past season. He is projected to be a late first-round pick to an early second-round pick.

Player Details

Born: December 8, 2004

Position: RW

Shoots: Right

Height: 6 ft 0 in

Weight: 194 lbs

Draft Projections:

Ranked #30 by INSIDE THE RINK
Ranked #50 by DAILY FACEOFF
Ranked #31 by TSN/BOB McKENZIE
Ranked #32 by TSN/CRAIG BUTTON

Ziemmer is a highly skilled player with a knack for finding the back of the net. His shot is powerful and accurate, and he possesses a quick release that catches goaltenders off guard. Ziemmer’s ability to create scoring chances is exceptional, as he combines his shot with great vision and passing ability. He consistently displays creativity in his offensive plays and shows a strong hockey IQ by finding open teammates and making smart decisions with the puck.

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Ziemmer’s physical presence on the ice sets him apart from other prospects. He uses his size effectively to protect the puck and win battles along the boards. Ziemmer is not afraid to throw his weight around, delivering punishing hits and establishing a strong net-front presence. His physicality, combined with his offensive skills, makes him a difficult player to defend against. Ziemmer will have to ensure he continues to work on his skating so that he can be effective at an NHL level, but based on his skillset at his age, he projects to be a solid middle-six power forward.

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