A first-round pick in 1987, he has a feathery touch as a playmaker but an otherwise soft game. At week's end he had two goals and 10 assists this season, giving him 153 goals and 379 assists in 739 career games.
A first-round pick in 1986, he has a heavy shot but is barely more physical than Cassels. At week's end he had 12 goals and three assists this season, giving him 246 goals and 305 assists in 833 career games.
The Verdict: While Cassels's passing ability comes in handy, Young is our choice, because goals are better than assists.