Prospects w/ best hands/moves?

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    After watching Schremp and Perry all year i'd like to know where they stand amongst other top prospects worldwide?

    I think Perry has one of the best toe drag moves for players outside the NHL, i've seen him pull it off time after time the past 4 years.

    Schremp, has unbelievable skill level that can pull lacrosse moves at any second. I think he is one of the most skilled prospects.

    I don't want to hear anything about potential, boom, bust or anything like that, please respond on ONLY best hands/moves for prospects and if possible rank top 10.

    Thanks

    Shaun
     
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    Eric Fehr has some pretty sweet stick handling moves.
     
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    I thought Getzlaf had incredible moves for a big guy, well moreless his toe drag like Perry. Ive seen alot of both of them and I think Getzlafs toe drag destroys Perrys. He has some soft hands.
     
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    For the Kings it would be Pushkarev. Sometimes he tries to do too much though.
     
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    And also I can't do overall top-10, but I'll try to make Russian Young Top-10 with the best hands among guys I've seen a lot.

    1. Ovechkin
    2. Zherdev
    3. Kovalchuk
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    4. Kaygorodov
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    5. Frolov
    6. Perezhogin
    7. Malkin
    8. Semin
    9. Lisin
    10. Mirnov

    PS Malkin has excellent hands but he doesn't use them very often to deke instead he prefers to pass. If can use his hands to deke more often he can make Top-3 very easy.
     
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    Fro should be lower and Semin should be higher. Just MO though.
     
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    maybe not as good sa some of the others already mentioned but trukhno can dangle pretty good
     
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    Trukhno is as good as the others, I think. Also Ovechkin, Crosby, Kostitsyn, Perezhogin (weirdest name ever). Bobby Ryan has gotta be up there, and Alexander Plyuschev, pased over in the '04 draft 'cause stickhandling is his only real skill.
     
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    Yeah, Frolov doesn't really have exceptional hands; he just knows how to protect the puck well. But I haven't seen enough of the others to fairly compare them.
     
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    Whether it is pulling lacross style moves, stickhandling or stealing a puck from an opponent, Crosby has the sickest hands you will ever see.

    Honorable mention goes to Schremp.
     
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