Noah Juulsen

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RD NOAH JUULSEN
Birthdate: 1997-04-02
Birthplace: Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
Shoots: Right
Height: 6′-2″
Weight: 175 lbs
NHL Draft: 2015 | Round 1 | 26th overall
Waivers Eligibility: 2020-21 or 160 NHL GP

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SEASON AAV PERFORM BONUSES SIGNING BONUSES BASE SALARY TOTAL SALARY MINORS SALARY
2015-16 $1,125,000 $0 $92,500 ENTRY-LEVEL SLIDE
2016-17 $1,094,167 $0 $92,500 ENTRY-LEVEL SLIDE
2017-18 $1,063,333 $0 $92,500 $832,500 $925,000 $70,000
2018-19 $1,063,333 $425,000 $0 $832,500 $832,500 $70,000
2019-2020 RFA

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Noah Juulsen’s Elite Prospects Stats Page


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A smooth skater with a smart active stick, good positioning and gap control, solid first pass.

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“A workhorse, minute munching, puck-rushing type of rearguard. He is a decent straight line skater who has a smooth stride. Although his speed in forward and reverse isn’t  elite, he loves to rush the puck and does so effectively. His quick feet serve well for lateral movement and his mobility. His edge work is very good and he is strong on his skates. Very smart and decisive offensive player who sees the ice well, picking his spots to make creative plays. He isn’t huge, but he is very tough and aggressive. Hits to make a difference. You can tell he will have the potential to be an absolutely devastating hitter once he adds another few pounds to his frame. Along with that physical play away from the puck, he shows solid gap control and good reads against the rush. He is strong in his stick positioning, taking away passing lanes and interrupting shots when necessary. He is solid defensively, and displays the ability to force players wide and take them off the puck in the corners and on the boards. He is an efficient penalty killer and shows a willingness to get in shooting lanes and take away options. His most outstanding feature, though, is his ability to handle the puck with great hand-speed and decent strength with it. He makes consistently good outlet feeds and shows impressive vision.” – Aaron Vickers (Future Considerations)

“…responsible and diligent two-way blueliner .. sustains high enthusiasm and urgency through shifts .. strong all-around skater powered by long spindly legs .. makes fast and seamless transitions – which factor into his recovery speed and his ability to turn up ice in a hurry .. not a pure puckmover yet developing confidence and imagination with the puck .. packs a heavy shot which he can learn to exploit more effectively .. his structure is improving along with his 1-on-1 defending .. increasingly harder to play against – a growing physical presence as the strength fills in.” – (McKeen’s Hockey)


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