Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by Cayouche5, Apr 16, 2004.
Anybody have infomation on them ?
Any scouting report ?
Any Info will be apreciate
If it can help you I've got some scouting reports from hockey's future (From 1 or 2 years ago).
Michal Psurny â€“ A solid skater with decent speed, but a better acceleration and a more fluid stride would be helpful for him. He handles the puck well with his soft hands and is very adept at both distributing it or finishing the scoring chances. Michal is a good passer and he fires strong, accurate wrist shots. His slap shot needs to be worked on, Psurny's blasts are not very hard. He sees the ice very well and doesn't tend to take the odd shift off. He needs to find more defensive awareness, at times Psurny tends to float on the periphery and not limit the opposing players' options effectively. At 6'0'', 170 lbs., Psurny is a skinny player and he doesn't excel when the play gets too physical. Psurny has an excellent work ethic and attitude, which is welcomed by the coaches. He uses his skill more than his size, which is no problem in Europe, but battling NHL traffic could be a problem for him.
Roman Psurny - A slick skater with solid quickness and acceleration. He could only use more balance in his play. A smooth puckhandler, Psurny sees the ice very well and is capable of smart, well-timed passes. He is an opportunistic goalscorer and possesses solid finishing skills. His wrist shots are fired with strong accuracy and a fast release. He needs to further develop his slap shot, which is quite accurate, but not very hard. Psurny won't hurt you defensively, he made strides in getting rid of the 'one-dimensional' label and is showing a bigger commitment to the defensive side of his game now. The biggest obstacle for him on the way to a coveted NHL prospect is his skinny frame. At 6'0,5'', 172 lbs., Psurny is no physical menace and doesn't like playing in heavy traffic. A fond of open ice, where his excellent skills rule, Roman Psurny has to add 20 pounds of muscle if he wants to think of a NHL career. He could be a late-rounder in 2004 thanks to his strong offense, but at this point a career in Europe seems to be more likely.
Thanks it help
Roman Psurny could be very good player and has some NHL potential IMO. Though he will need more time to develop physically as for example Petr Cajanek(both are from same Czech team).
Where do you think they will go in the draft??