Kingston's Michal Cajkovksy is a project, but possesses all the signs that he could play at the next level. For his size, he's an average skater. He makes a good first pass. He plays with an active stick and closes gaps very well. From the point he gets his shot off with relatively good speed, keeps it low and playable, and is accurate. He pinches very well off the point. He's good on the penalty kill. He needs to learn not to go into the corners or along the boards with his d partner while on the PK. But that's teachable, and once he improves his skating and learns all the little things, he could be a good #3 or #4 defenseman.
Ottawa's Tyler Graovac is becoming a very good two way player. He kills penalties, gets some power play time and plays solid at both ends of the ice 5 on 5. His skating is above average. He drives the net and comes back strong on the backcheck and into his defensive zone. He's strong on the puck, in the corners and along the wall while getting top 6 minutes. He can be a top notch number 3 centerman in the NHL with 2nd line potential.