LA Kings Draft: Scott Morrow 2021 NHL Draft Prospect Profile

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Scouting Report

"February 2021 – Seldom do prep school players deserve attention in the first half of the top round in the NHL Draft but Scott Morrow has a special toolset. His raw tools in combination with his physical frame are among the best in the class. The Shattuck St. Mary’s star has been catching the eye of scouts and analysts alike since last season. Morrow plays with such a cerebral mindset, looking to attack at all times. Rarely allowing the game to come to him, he takes space away defensively with aggressive puck pursuit and tight gaps on the rush. When the puck isn’t on the stick of himself or a teammate, Morrow ensures that it gets there. His entire game is built upon his skating base. Multi-lateral mobility and the ability to hit the jets with ease allow Morrow to be one of the most mobile players in the 2021 draft class. He understands how to maneuver the ice, cutting down angles and timing runs perfectly. The young defender is consistently pushing the pace of play, predatorily attacking the opposition where they give him room. His passing is pinpoint and he focuses on putting the puck to dangerous areas, via his feet or playmaking, unlike nearly any other defender eligible in 2021. Dobber Prospects/Ferrari"


  • 19-20: 22G, 45A, 44 PIM in 46 games for Shattuck St. Mary’s (USHS-Prep)
  • 20-21: 8G, 40A, 30 PIM in 30 games for Shattuck St. Mary’s
  • 2021: 0G, 0A, 0 PIM, -2 in 6 playoff games for the Fargo Force (USHL)