Prospect pro player comparisons?
Posted 29 July 2013 - 11:36 PM
Tatar = Hudler
Both undersized forwards with great offensive ability to play top 6
Jarnkrok = Zetterberg
Strong on the puck and a hard worker. Gives his all on the ice in all zones.
Nyquist = Filppula?
Believe me i have faith in Nyquist to be a top 6 forward. Both possess good offensive and defensive talent, but missing that wow factor. Filppula made some pretty great plays in his career, but never lived up to his expectations consistently.
Pulkkinen = Poor man's Hull
I think Pulkkinen has the most boom or bust potential. Neither were great skaters, but is there slapshots something.
Frk = Marchand
Both play with an scrappy edge. Both with scoring ability.
Mrazek = Hasek
Unorthodox playing styles. Czech
Ouellet = Kronwall?
Ouelett is slightly undersized for a d-man. Can play all zones efficiently and is a great leader and skater.
I could go on forever with other prospects like jurco, sprout, ect. But I want to know what you think.
Posted 30 July 2013 - 04:09 PM
Frk- Prime/pre-injury Dan Cleary
These are all high end comparisons
Posted 03 August 2013 - 01:47 PM
Jarnkrok - Zetterberg
Mrazek - Hasek
Tatar - Hudler (with more grit)
Nyquist - Filppula
Jurco - Datsyuk
Andersson - Malholtra
Sheahan - Tinky Winky (JK, Laich)
Backman - Lidstrom
Ouellet - Kronwall (with a little more grit and a little less wall)
Ferraro - Ray Ferraro
Frk - Milan Michalek
Pulkkinen - Hull (just the slapper)
Athanasiou - Filppula
Callahan - Tootoo
Mckee - Scott Stevens
Mantha - Ovechkin (with less grit)
Bertuzzi - Tootoo
Nastasiuk - Cleary
Tvrdon - Hossa
Sproul - Letang (with a little more D and a little less O)
Hampus Melen - ..... Hampus Melen
Obviously comparing anyone to Lidstrom/Datsyuk/Stevens/Ovechkin is a little wishful, but it's more of a style thing
Posted 10 August 2013 - 05:00 AM
Ferraro = Maltby with a scoring touch
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