Jacob LeGuerrier


Birthdate: 2000-11-22
Birthplace: Gloucester, Ontario, Canada
Shoots: Left
Height: 6′-3″
Weight: 201 lbs
Draft: 2019 | Round 5 | 126th overall
Montreal Canadiens own rights until June 1, 2021


Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL) 2020-21

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2016-17Soo GreyhoundsOHL3506616630007
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2018-19Soo GreyhoundsOHL68610165233110228
2019-20Soo GreyhoundsOHL6162531744
2020-21Soo GreyhoundsOHL


LeGuerrier is a solid smooth-skating defensive defenceman with decent vision and playmaking abilities. His skating is above-average for a player his size. He moves really well laterally and agility is not really an issue for him. Defensively he is pretty good at staying with his opponents and either stopping them in their tracks with a hit or using his long reach to break up plays. LeGuerrier is a solid first pass defenceman who also shows decent playmaking skills in the offensive zone. His release overall is below average as he doesn’t generate enough velocity or threat when shooting. – JD

Hockey IQ – 45

Rating: 2 out of 5.

Physicality – 50

Rating: 2.5 out of 5.

Puck Skills – 40

Rating: 1.5 out of 5.

Shooting – 45

Rating: 2 out of 5.

Skating – 55

Rating: 3 out of 5.


“He’s not going to wow anyone with his puck-skills and rarely will flash a high-level
of play; however, he will make clean and intelligent plays that extend through all three zones. His skating is above average for his size. He’s a powerful kid who has some fluidity in his stride and this allows him to skate the puck up the ice and feel comfortable when walking the line.” – (HockeyProspect.com)

“Defensively, LeGuerrier is beyond sound. His skating and long reach allows him to keep gaps very tight. He is difficult to beat one on one. He has a physicality in his game to go along with his size. He can ride opponents out along the walls, win the physical battles and is a force in front of the blue paint.” – Dominic Tiano (OHLWriters)

“Big, two-way defender. Terrific skater with fluid agility. Uses his reach and physicality well in his own zone. Has untapped offensive potential.” – (Draft Prospects Hockey)