Prospect Profile: Christopher Pelosi

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Christopher Pelosi was born on March 6, 2005, in Sewall, New Jersey. Pelosi’s brother Rocco is a dominant player at Rhode Island’s perennial power Mount Saint Charles as a 15-year-old. Rocco scored 87 goals with 83 assists in 64 games. Chris played two seasons at the prep school as well and scored 55 goals with 49 assists in 94 total games from 2020-22. After 23 games with the Janesville Jets of the NAHL, Pelosi joined the Sioux Falls Stampede of the United States Hockey League and registered 13 goals and six assists in 43 games in 2022-23. The next season, as an assistant captain, the 6-foot-1, 180-pound center scored 21 goals with 34 assists in 56 games.

The Boston Bruins Select Christopher Pelosi in the Third Round of the 2023 NHL Draft

Pelosi was drafted by the Boston Bruins 92nd overall in the third round of the 2023 NHL Draft. The left-shot center was the 27th center taken in the draft. The scout on Pelosi by Elite Prospects included the following: “Pelosi is a nightmare around the net, combining shooting skill, hand-eye coordination, and overwhelming physicality. He wins body positioning to free his stick for chances as defenders desperately reach in. Even when there is a defender in his face, or he is off-balance, he still gets the shot off. And somehow, he is always the first guy to the loose puck or to apply pressure on the backcheck”.

The Bruins hope that Pelosi can develop into a pro-caliber center soon. The talented forward has participated in Bruins Development Camp the last two summers and will attend Quinnipiac University for the 2024-25 season.

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  1. Season 3. Episode 49. Prospects Rankings 26-30
  2. Season 3. Episode 48. Arbitration Deadline
  3. Season 3. Episode 47. Free Agency Begins
  4. Season 3. Episode 46. Draft Night
  5. Season 3. Episode 45. After the Hugs Are Gone

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