|Written by Jason Banks|
November 2012 – Currently is the lone notable prospect in the Jets system playing in the blue paint. Pasquale is a tall tender, and is one of the few coming along in the game that has a bit of old school, standup style to his game. His refinements of late are starting to get him more lowered and stronger laterally, but naturally he likes to play upright and create high sightlines while challenging players to make him move. He is not overly talented, but very dependable. His junior career lacked luster, but he was a winning goalie that was above 900 and appeared in three playoff runs. His transition to pro was rather smooth and he has shown an ability to play at the AHL level, and grow within himself to lead St. John’s through a strong playoff run last season. At this moment Jets have no reason to push him forward and he is likely going to spend another pair or more season’s in the AHL developing for the prime time. Jason Banks
Fantasy Outlook: C+
Currently he seems like he will be a low-end to average starter at the NHL level carrying respectable numbers with him. He is early in the value assessment stage and could advance as more is seen from him, thus makes him a risky draft pick in fantasy.
Footage: Excellent video of his work and style of the course of an ECHL game. Notice the tendency to stay on the feet and discomfort on some shots while low. (Wheeling shooters try to keep many shots in his feet)
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|Last Updated on Saturday, 03 November 2012 12:16|