Bryan Little or James Sheppard

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  1. 2Leetch_94

    2Leetch_94 Kreid Me A River

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    I haven't seen either play, but I would love to see everyone's opinons on who's better....sorry if it's a obvious answer but I'm not on top of this stuff.....thanks for all the answers.
     
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    I really don't know. I just wanted to say that hear about these two gives me a real Spezza vs. Staal feeling.
     
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    Little = Naslund
    Sheppard = Sundin

    Depends who you need. I would take Sheppard.
     
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    There is not much difference in terms of potential between guys like Sheppard and Little. It just depends on personal preference and which player is the best fit for your team.

    Little is a gifted offensive center that is strong for his size and will probably be about 5'10 200 lbs at the NHL level.

    Sheppard may be the best power forward in the draft and has a great combination of size, skill, strength and physical game.

    I would take Sheppard by a hair. I don't see how you could do wrong with either guy and I like them both.

    I really think if your picking in the top 8 you are potentially getting a star player for your team. I would be extremely happy with any of Kessel, Toews, Johnson, Staal, Little, Frolik, Mueller or Sheppard.
     
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    Ill take Sheppard. But ive only seen Little 3 times. Both are good players though.
     
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  6. I like Sheppard, but I feel Little is farther along at this stage.

    Although that may have to do with his extra year of junior...
     
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    I completely agree although this doesnt seem to be a particularly deep year (average i would say) the top end talent is very good and i wouldnt be surprised to see any one of those players go #2 overall Kessel when the draft comes around.

    Oh and i like Sheppard but i've never watched Little so i could'nt pick between the two.
     
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