Son of 1,000 Game NHL Player Sends Two Top Prospects To The Locker Room in One Shift

Published June 2, 2023 at 11:59
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2021 first-round pick sends two of his opponent's top players to the locker room on one shift with a big hit and a massive fight win.

Son of 1,000 Game NHL Player Sends Two Top Prospects To The Locke Room in One Shift



Chase Stillman is no stranger to physicality. His father, Cory, was a 1,000-game NHL veteran. Because of what Cory taught him from a young age, Chase plays a physical brand of hockey that is unique at the highest levels.

With Peterborough in the Memorial Cup, Stillman knocked out two of Kamloops' top players on one shift. Starting with a massive hit on Matthew Seminoff (Stars prospect drafted 179th in 2022) shaking him up, Stillman showed his physical prowess. After his teammate Caeden Bankier (Wild prospect drafted 86th in 2021) came in to step up for his teammate, Stillman had no problem sending him to the locker room as well.




Stillman was drafted 29th overall by the New Jersey Devils in 2021 and registered 48 points in 59 games this past season in the OHL. He also has an additional 13 in 21 during the postseason.
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Son of 1,000 Game NHL Player Sends Two Top Prospects To The Locker Room in One Shift

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