Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by Epic Neal Time, May 24, 2011.
Which is the better/more intriguing prospect, in your opinion?
I'm from Germany,
you know what I'm going to say
I haven't seen a lot of either, but this strikes me as a difficult comparison. Kuhn's a budding goalscoring power forward, whereas Galiev's slighter frame means his game is more based on skill and speed. Any particular reason for pairing these two?
Hard to compare, Galiev's a very handsy player whereas Kuhnhackl's more a sniper with an elite shot.
Galiev was one of the Pens board draft darlings last year.
I have not seen much of Kuhnhackel, I really like the way Galiev gains the zone with speed and confidence. He is uber skilled but seems to attack deep, I have been really impressed with him during the memorial cup (admitting its the only time the Sea Dogs have been televised in my area)
I'll go with the Kuhn.
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