Boris Katchouk

by olafson1393 on April 25, 2017



Boris Katchouk, LW


Shoots: L

Height: 6-1

Weight: 190

Born: 1998-06-18

Hometown: Vancouver, BC, Canada

Drafted: 2016 by the Tampa Bay Lightning, 44th overall



April, 2017 - Katchouk's season came to an end at the hands of the Owen Sound Attack in the second round of OHL playoffs. After getting out to a 2-0 series lead, the Greyhounds were unable to close, losing four straight to the Attack. It wasn't for a lack of trying though, at least from Katchouk's perspective - the second-round-pick scored in three of the last four games, besides adding two assists in the two winning games. A well-rounded season as well as a superior playoff performance earned him an entry level deal with the Lightning, he'll hope to join the Crunch in their AHL playoff run, where they've split the first two games with the St. John's Ice Caps. Brayden Olafson


March 2017 – Katchouk has been contributing consistently for the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds of the OHL who are in the midst of a competitive playoff series against the Flint Firebirds. Though there are certainly bigger fish seeking the OHL title, this series will certainly reveal a little more of what the second-round pick has to offer in terms of competitive nature. Boris was voted top penalty killer in the OHL this season in the annual coaches poll. The accolade will certainly resonate with the Lightning development team, has a collection of intriguing two-way forwards working their way up the pipeline. Brayden Olafson

November 2016 - Boris Katchouk is coming off a great performance for Team OHL at the Canada-Russia Series.  Born in Waterloo, Katchouk is also of Russian decent but has chosen to play for Canada internationally. Katchouk had a solid game with several scoring chances. He ended up with one goal and six shots by the end of the game. He isn’t the most skilled, but Katchouk’s shot can be very dangerous. He has the ability to open up space for his teammates which makes him a great complementary player. Katchouk is getting higher minutes in Sault Ste Marie and will be looked at to provide more consistent offense as the season progresses. Once eligible, I see Katchouk spending a couple years in the minors before making a big leap. Kathryn Jean

June 2016 – Drafted in the second round by the Lightning, Katchouk was a great pickup for Tampa Bay. A skilled winger with first-round talent, he works hard and has powerful legs, which allow him to get a great first step. Needs to be more involved in physical play and be a contributor in his own end. Has a very good shot that he uses frequently. Will spend one to two years in junior.


Fantasy Outlook: B+


Has the shot and offensive instincts down, but will need to build up to NHL size to keep himself from getting knocked off the puck.




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