19 year old, 5'9", 170 lbs. LW for Merrimack (NCAA), Elite Prospects page. Passed over last year but did well as a freshman to carry Merrimack. Here's the ILWT post on him.
I like that 20 of his 26 points came at even strength and that he led the team in goals, assists, and points. Only averaged 1.65 SH/GP and had a 19.64 SH% which is a bit worrisome. Still, it's 6th round pick so you can't expect much.
Here's what the Hockey Prospect Black Book had to say:
He excelled during the first half of the NCAA season before hitting a little bit of a freshman wall during the
second half. A lower body injury helped pronate his struggles down the stretch. On more than one occasion he picked up the puck in the neutral zone and blew by a few defenders with a burst of speed to pop the puck in or dish it off to a line mate. He has good creativity and vision to go with soft hands. He has a nice touch on passes, but would benefit from being more assertive.
SBN College Hockey profiled him here:
Seney is undersized, but there were very few players with better speed in Hockey East this past season. There were a couple goals he scored during the first half where he picked off an errant pass in the neutral zone, circled back into the zone and just completely blew past the defense en route to an easy goal.
His quickness and ability to make plays with the puck really showed in transition as a majority of his goals and assists came on the rush. He also made several highlight reel assists by waiting to draw the defense and goaltender to him before slipping a pass to a linemate hitting the backdoor.
One weakness to his game was his defensive zone coverage, but that is somewhat expected as a younger freshman in Hockey East, coming out of the OJHL -- a junior league often known for its offense. Seney was -9 in his last 11 games. He was +12 in his first 23 games.