Jason Dickinson - Aaron Bell/OHL Images

Jason Dickinson, C

Shoots: L

Height: 6-1

Weight: 170

Born: 1995-07-04

Hometown: Halton, ON

Drafted: 2013 by Dallas Stars, 29th Overall








January 2014 - Dickinson recorded points in six of his last seven games to end the month of December with Guelph. He continued his success into the New Year by tallying two points (one goal, one assist) in the Storm's 5-3 victory over the Greyhounds. The 18-year old ranks second on the team in plus/minus rating (+19), tallying 42 points (17 goals, 25 assists) through 40 games this season. Clayton Bailey


December 2013 - Dickinson recorded three points (one goal, two assists) in his last four games for Guelph (OHL) to begin the month of December. The 29th overall selection in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft ranks fifth on the Storm with 37 points (13 goals, 24 assists) in 33 games. Clayton Bailey


November 2013 - Dickinson lead Guelph Storm (OHL) to a 3-0 start by tallying three straight multiple point games to begin the 2013-2014 season. He's recorded 23 points (8 goals, 15 assists) through 22 games played, including four total points (two goals, two assists) in the last four contests. Clayton Bailey


February 2013 – Dickinson could be that one player that the hockey world looks back on with a “why wasn’t he drafted higher?” attitude if he realizes his vast potential. Good size and great offensive instincts are Dickinson’s greatest attributes and he is only beginning to tap his skillset. Offensively, Dickinson has a good arsenal to beat the opposition with slick puck handling skills, quick feet and an eye for offensive opportunities. Dickinson continues to battle consistency issues as he occasionally takes shifts off but there is little question that he is a player with first round size and skills. Brendan Ross


Fantasy Outlook: B+


Dickinson is a skilled player with a good hockey mind and his fantasy value depends largely on how much he of his potential he can achieve. In the best case scenario, Dickinson plays as a first line forward but if not, he will become serviceable on the second or third lines.




Jason Dickinson Interview:



Buy the latest Fantasy Prospects Report here.


You need to login to post comments. Registration takes 5 seconds. See link at top left under "home"