Stanislav Galiev
Image: NHL

Stanislav Galiev

Hometown:

Moscow Russia

Currently Playing In:

Pro

Birthday:

1992-01-17

Position:

LW

Eligible for draft:

2010

Shoots:

Right

Drafted:

2010

Height:

6-2

Acquired:

3rd round (86th overall), 2010

Weight:

182 lbs.

<<<<<<< Updated upstream
History

2008-09: Stanislav Galiev played for the Indiana Ice of the USHL, scoring 29 goals and adding 35 assists for 64 points in 60 games.  In 13 playoff games for the Ice, Galiev scored 5 goals and chipped in 4 assists for 9 points as the Ice won the Clark Cup championship.  Played for Team Russia at the Ivan Hlinka Tournament.

2009-10: Moved over to the QMJHL, joining the Saint John Sea Dogs for the 09-10 season.  Played in 67 games for the Sea Dogs, scoring 15 goals and adding 45 assists for 60 points.  In 21 playoff games for the Sea Dogs, Galiev scored 8 goals and added 11 assists for 19 points.  Played for Team Cherry at the 2010 CHL Top Prospects Game.

2010-11: Galiev played his best hockey in the QMJHL playoffs for a dominant Saint John club. The Sea Dogs had the league’s best regular season record, losing just seven games in regulation, won the playoff championship, and captured the Memorial Cup. In the regular season, Galiev scored 37 goals with 28 assists and had a +36 plus/minus with 40 PMs in 64 games. In 19 playoff games he was the Sea Dogs’ second-leading scorer behind Jonathan Huberdeau (FLA) with 10 goals and 17 assists and was +8 with 12 PMs. Galiev scored 1 goal with 2 assists and was +2 with 6 PMs in four Memorial Cup matches.

2011-12: Limited to 20 games during the regular season after undergoing wrist surgery for an injury suffered in the Capitals’ training camp, Galiev provided an offensive spark after re-joining the QMJHL champion Saint John Sea Dogs. Galiev scored 13 goals with 6 assists and was plus-four with 16 penalty minutes in the regular season. After finishing with the league’s best record, Saint John rolled through the playoffs – losing just one game. Galiev and San Jose Sharks’ prospect Charlie Coyle were Saint John’s leading scorers in the QMJHL playoffs with 34 points apiece. Galiev scored 16 goals with 18 assists and was plus-30 with 6 penalty minutes. In four games at the Memorial Cup he scored 1 goal with 1 assist and was an even plus/minus. St. John lost to QMJHL rival Shawinigan in the semifinal game.

2012-13: Galiev played in 17 AHL games with Washington’s AHL affiliate in Hershey and scored at a point-per-game pace for ECHL champion Reading. He had 1 assist and was -4 with 8 penalty minutes while skating with the Bears. Galiev began the year with Hershey, appearing in nine games before being sent to Reading, and then returned to the Bears for an eight-game stint in late December. Galiev had 1 assist and was -4 with 8 penalty minutes. He scored 23 goals with 24 assists in 46 games for Reading and was +16 with 32 penalty minutes. The Royals finished first in the Atlantic Division and captured the Kelly Cup championship. Galiev scored 3 goals with 6 assists in nine playoff games before suffering a knee injury against Florida that kept him out for 12 games. He returned for the Kelly Cup clincher, scoring 1 goal with 1 assist against Stockton.

2013-14: Galiev showed progress with Capitals AHL affiliate Hershey in his second pro season before suffering an upper body injury that kept him out for two months in mid-season. After opening the season in the ECHL with Reading, he scored 3 goals with 3 assists and was -1 with no penalties in 16 games for the Bears. Hershey finished fourth in the East Division, two points behind Norfolk for the final Eastern Conference playoff spot. Galiev scored 5 goals with 8 assists in 14 games for Reading before joining the Bears. He rejoined the Royals for the ECHL playoffs and scored 1 goal with 1 assist, finishing an even plus/minus, in two games. 

Talent Analysis

Galiev is one of the more intriguing prospects in the Capitals system. On paper, he has the size (6’1, 187 pounds) and skill set that most teams love. He has strong puck-handling and skating ability with a knack for the creative offense. But to date, he has been plagued with inconsistency at both ends of the ice and a lack of willingness to go near the rougher areas of the ice. Given his size and ability, he remains a frustrating player.

Future

Galiev had a very good first full season in Hershey, racking up 25 goals and 45 points in 67 games. Given his place in the hierarchy of prospects in the system as well as the offensive talent currently on the roster, he will likely begin 2015-16 in Hershey. If he continues to have strong production, he could get a shot in Washington either on the second or third line. His potential is such that he could be a quality top six option if he pans out. Then again, he could wash out of the system entirely if he does not.

AHL Eastern Conference Notebook, January, 2015

by Tony Androckitis
on
Brian O'Neill - Manchester Monarchs

Photo: Manchester Monarchs forward and Los Angeles Kings prospect Brian O’Neill is currently second in scoring in the AHL with 44 points in 39 games (courtesy of Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire)

 

As teams hit the stretch run of the 2014-15 season, several first place battles in divisions across the Eastern Conference are heating up. This AHL Notebook takes a look at those races, plus a quick glance at the top Eastern performers in this week’s AHL All-Star event. Read more»

Defense and goaltending main strengths of Washington Capitals’ minor league system

by Ryan Womeldorf
on
Nathan Walker - Washington Capitals

Photo: Forward Nathan Walker continues to find a role in the Washington Capitals organization after being selected in the third round of the 2014 NHL Draft. Walker spent the 2013-14 season with the Capitals organization prior to being drafted. (courtesy of Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire)

 

It has been an up and down season so far for the Washington Capital‘s AHL affiliate, the Hershey Bears. Through the first 29 games of the 2014-15 season, they find themselves second in the East Division and seventh in the Eastern Conference with 32 points, sporting a 14-11-3-1 record.

Read more»

Washington Capitals own a prospect pool deep on defense and skill

by Ryan Womeldorf
on
Nate Schmidt - Washington Capitals

Photo: Defenseman Nate Schmidt is one of several mobile defensemen in the Washington Capitals system. Schmidt was signed as a free agent in 2013. (courtesy of Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire)

 

With opening night having come to pass, the Washington Captials can count two major prospects in the professional level now. Heavily-touted prospects Andre Burakovsky and Evgeny Kuznetsov played for the Capitals on opening night of the 2014-15 season against the Montreal Canadiens, with Burakovsky picking up the Capitals first goal of the season.

Read more»

Two skilled forwards highlight Washington Capitals prospect pool

by Josh Buckingham
on

Evgeny Kuznetsov - Washington Capitals

Photo: Forward Evgeny Kuznetsov made his NHL debut on March 10th following the completion of his fifth season in the KHL. Kuznetsov was selected 26th overall in the 2010 NHL Draft. (courtesy of Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)

The Washington Capitals made several trades to bolster their lineup for a late-season playoff push, but the most exciting addition to their lineup came in the form of top prospect Evgeny Kuznetsov.

Read more»

Washington Capitals’ minor league system deep at defense

by Josh Buckingham
on

Nate Schmidt - Washington Capitals

Photo: Defenseman Nate Schmidt is one of several promising defensive prospects the Washington Capitals have in their system. Schmidt signed with the Capitals in 2013, following his junior season at the University of Minnesota. (courtesy of Dustin Bradford/Icon SMI)

The Washington Capitals' minor league pool is full of depth defensemen but lacks game-breaking talent. Among the large group, only Nate Schmidt and Connor Carrick look like legitimate top-four defensemen at the NHL level.

Read more»