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Will Scouch Talks Aatu Räty



KyleErik, and JD are joined by Will Scouch of Scouching to profile Finnish forward, Aatu Räty, who could be right in the wheelhouse of the San Jose Sharks. Will discusses Räty’s fall from projected number-one selection and the mental vs. physical side of his game. We get into what Räty’s ceiling could be vs. what he most likely will become in the NHL (12:00), how he drives play but has had trouble scoring (17:00), and how transition stats can lead to NHL success (24:00). We finish by talking about Räty’s game-breaking potential (30:00) and Will projects where Räty ends up (36:00).

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david barnard

when they left him off the Finnish team he took it hard. he’s going thru some growing/confidence pains. this dude is going to be a player in the NHL. like i said before he could be the most complete center in this draft. he’s got a wicked wrist shot to go with his great skating. can make plays and score goals. he could be a Hertl with speed. 2

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