- 2018-11-04 at JYP - HPK, U18 by Lassi Alanen
Kemell was held pointless in JYP’s 5-1 loss versus HPK. He played as a right winger in his team’s first line and also received ice time on the power play.
Kemell is widely regarded as one of the best players in his age group. As a 14-year-old he was playing opponents two or three years older than him and he still managed to stand out as one of the better forwards on the ice.
Even though he played quite a lot without the pack, Kemell still showed very promising offensive ability. He was able to make a couple of really good end-to-end rushes with the puck, dangling two or three opponents in the process. Kemell is a very good skater for his age and has excellent hands and control of the puck. He also showcased high-end hockey sense and playmaking by creating many high danger scoring chances for his teammates with quick and surprising passes on the power play.
Even though defensively Kemell did not impact the game much, he didn’t make any glaring errors either. He obviously needs to work in every aspect of his game, but his high-end talent and skill level are already very evident.
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