Tyler Sandhu, a monster with the puck who is just as good without it will fit anywhere needed next year... The Portland Winterhawks got a steal at the 42nd pick in the 2011 draft when they picked up the young but experienced leader, Sandhu was projected top three in the draft before sustaining an MCL injury in a playoff game. Sandhu has an amazing shot, finishes checks and has great vision on the ice, he doesn't get hit very much due to his Sergei Fedorov like skating. Sandhu's wrist shot is very good, and he has shown skills when having plays like this: Sandhu won the face off went around the center through the defenders and scored in less than 6 seconds, I was in the crowd he scored a hat trick on the first shift. Sandhu lost some explosiveness when his MCL was injured but he has fought back and should be showing that his top three draft projection should have been a reality. Tylers 5'11'' 148lbs frame may not be big but his play and talent are. Sandhu is like a Swiss Army Knife when playing and has worked very hard to get where he is, with great character and lots of it. Sandhu has shown leadership and the ability to step up to the plate when he led his team to the provincial playoffs and helped them win games all year before his MCL injury. Sandhus faceoff skills are excellent and his passes are lasers, it probably helps thta his shot can hit anywhere he wants it to from any angles. Tyler Sandhu is destined for greatness, and he deserves every bit of it.