Jami Krannila

Position: center
Shoots: Left
Born: 2000-10-03 / Pori
Height 178 cm
Weight 73 kg
Team: Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)

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  • 2019-01-26 at Madison Capitals - Sioux Falls Stampede, USHL by Asko Huuki

    Krannila was Sioux Falls Stampede’s second line center in this game. He was also at the point in the second power play unit, but Sioux Falls Stampede only had one chance at the man advantage during the game, so this is a part where the viewing was very limited. Krannila got a secondary assist in this game and he registered one shot.

    The first thing you notice from Krannila’s game is his skating abilities. His skating and overall movement is certainly his biggest asset. He is agile skater with quick acceleration and very good top speed. Krannila is pretty small and lightweight, something that is bit concerning, but he went in front of net multiple times during the game and tried to steer the puck to the net. The centerman also made couple of hits.

    At least in this game Krannila was pretty ineffective in checking and defensive game. However his offensive skill-set is interesting. His skating helps him a lot, but his playmaking abilities are also undeniable. Krannila was confident with the puck, he carried it fluently to the offensive zone and he created multiple scoring chances in this game with his excellent passes. He also won majority of his face-offs. The centerman was not able to use his shot all that much in this game however.

  • 2018-09-27 at Central Illinois Flying Aces - Sioux Falls Stampede, USHL by Lassi Alanen

    Krannila had a very good game in Sioux Falls’ 5-6 overtime win. He was centering his team’s second line and second power play unit. Krannila scored the opening goal of the game and had two assists, including a primary assist on the game-winning overtime goal. He also led his team with six shots on goal. Krannila’s skating looked pretty good and particularly his top speed without the puck was really noticeable. Krannila showcased great hockey sense and playmaking by creating multiple high danger shoring chances for his linemates. He was making very smart and creative passes on the power play.

    At 5’10” and 161 pounds, Krannila was one of the smallest players on the ice, but that didn’t seem to have much of an impact on his game. He showed good defensive awareness by covering a couple of times for his defenceman and was active with his stick in his own end. I would like him to be a little bit more proactive, but overall I really liked his performance. Krannila is committed to play for St. Cloud State University next season and is an interesting name to keep in mind for the 2019 NHL draft.



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 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2015-2016 Tappara U16U16 SM-sarja Q8 7 310 29|        
  Tappara U16U16 SM-sarja28 12 2638 16|Playoffs2 0 00
 2016-2017 Tappara U18U18 SM-sarja45 15 1631 26|Playoffs4 0 22
 2017-2018 Tappara U18U18 SM-sarja46 24 4165 52|Playoffs4 3 14
  Tappara U20U20 SM-sarja3 1 12 0|Playoffs2 0 11
 2018-2019 Sioux Falls StampedeUSHL60 17 2845 81|Playoffs12 2 35
  Finland U20 (all)International-Jr3 0 00 0|        
 2019-2020 St. Cloud State Univ.NCAA34 5 914 12|        
 2020-2021 St. Cloud State Univ.NCAA31 11 1223 18|        
 2021-2022 St. Cloud State Univ.NCAA37 15 1530 40|        
 2022-2023 St. Cloud State Univ.NCAA41 21 1940 43|        
  Wilkes-Barre/Scranton PenguinsAHL6 1 01 0|        
 2023-2024 LukkoLiiga- - -- -|        

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