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VIDEO: Washington Capitals prospect Tom Wilson can hurt you many different ways

The Hockey News

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In his first two years of junior hockey, Plymouth Whalers winger Tom Wilson established himself as a physical force in the Ontario League. His punishing style also caught the attention of the Washington Capitals, which selected Wilson 16th overall at the 2012 draft.

Wilson will infuse some grit into the Caps lineup when he makes the jump to the NHL, but in the meantime the Toronto native is focused on rounding out his game.

The Hockey News Associate Senior Writer Ryan Kennedy takes a closer look at power forward Tom Wilson.

REPORTER: Ryan Kennedy | PRODUCER: Ted Cooper



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