To be a player that gets to the junior and college levels and has success there are some key things that we need to work on in your game. First and foremost we need to address your skating ability. Right now your open ice stride is too short and choppy and in your agility movies and transitions you are too upright resulting in less stability and quickness. Next is the energy and tempo to your game. You again show glimpses of a willingness to compete but you are much too stationary of a player with too much cruising in your game.
As those aspects improve the most important area to focus on will be to become a player that demands the puck on his stick, takes his time, sees the ice and essentially runs the play. There are several times in this game where you could have held onto the puck a breath longer and made a much more effective play versus throwing it to make a hope play. Strive to become the teammate where you're inmates are always looking for you because you want the puck on your stick so bad, you want to be the difference maker.