The same thing goes with Hershey, where he should be penciled in on the first line.
“I think we’re probably looking at him in that role, putting him with some veteran guys that can complement some of his skill level,” French said. “He’ll have to earn that time. I think we wanted to send the message that we won’t give him anything, but I think knowing what his skill level is, is that’s where he’s best-suited.”
A year of seasoning in the minors undoubtedly would help sharpen aspects of Galiev’s game, but he has allowed himself to think about making the Caps this fall.
“Well, it’s my dream and I work hard for that,” Galiev said.
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