01 F Robert Mastrosimone (BU) is slippery through traffic, finds ways to impact every game. Quick feet/wrists & gritty: top tier player.— Mark Bilotta (@mbilotta) November 29, 2015
7. Robert Mastrosimone (#94, Hockey Essentials) Shattuck St-Mary's, 5-8/140 '01 -- The only '01 in the tournament had quite a showing. The East Islip, NY native posted a 4-1-5 scoring line in the play-in game against the East Coast Quebec team. A truly dynamic player with four-way skating ability and remarkable vision, Mastrosimone likes to work from below the goal line on the power play, and is a dangerous playmaker from that area. Will be a top player on a very strong team at Shattuck in the upcoming season. (4-3-7, 6 GP)
01 F Robert Mastrosimone – Shattuck-St. Mary’s U14—Dynamic, buzzing forward with good acceleration. Skates well, quick hands, reads the goaltender well and not afraid to fire it. Has a quick shot that can punish, could have some more accuracy but was trying to beat well-framed goaltenders to the corners and went just high/wide a few times. His shots are tricky for keepers because he usually has some speed behind the puck and releases darts quickly. His quickness and effort level help him recover pucks and play a two-way game. His burst allowed him to enter the zone with ease here. Like the others who played ‘00s last year, he was a step faster, processed it a few steps faster, and his scoring sense was more refined. Didn’t fade in game 3 energy-wise like most players did, hit the ice like he was fired out of a cannon. Shoots left.
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