Alexander Perevalov is a skilled goal-scoring winger who excels at reading the offensive zone to pounce on opportunities when they present themselves. The standout aspect to his offensive game is his puck skills and how he’s able to leverage that skill to find his way into high-danger areas in the offensive zone. His ability to…
|Mar 20/22||Perevalov Alexander||23608 – Loko-76 vs. Omskie||MHL||by Jake Janso||View Report|
|Sep 17/21||Perevalov Alexander||22468 – SKA-1946 vs. Loko Yaroslavl||MHL||by Curtis Schwartzkopf||View Report|
|Sep 16/21||Perevalov Alexander||22467 – Loko Yaroslavl vs. SKA-1946||MHL||by Brandon Holmes||View Report|
|2022-2023||Kunlun Red Star||khl||27||2||1||3||0.11||-5||4|
Alexander Perevalov is a skilled goal-scoring winger who excels at reading the offensive zone to pounce on opportunities when they present themselves. The standout aspect to his offensive game is his puck skills and how he’s able to leverage that skill to find his way into high-danger areas in the offensive zone. His ability to read and anticipate chances in the offensive zone is arguably his most interesting trait. He’s a very creative stickhandler who’s able to beat defenders in one-on-one situations and open them up into order to find ways to drive to the net. He excels at getting to scoring areas in the offensive zone, making himself available to teammates as a shooting option or able to capitalize on rebound on opportunities. He can score from in tight, but also shows an ability to score from the circles as well with a strong wrist shot. There’s still room to improve the quickness of his release and velocity, however. He’s constantly looking to get the puck on net, rarely passing on opportunities to either shoot the puck or shovel the puck to high-danger areas to generate scoring opportunities. His skill allows him to be elusive in transition, but his skating grades as below average, as his stride is clumsy at times and limits his ability to accelerate quickly. He needs to pepper in a bit more pace and urgency, too. He also shows inconsistent effort on the defensive side of the puck, at times opting to float high in his own zone rather an assisting his defensemen in puck retrieval. He will need to provide more consistency and willingness in his own zone and improve his skating to make it at the NHL level, but Perevalov projects as a scoring option in an NHL bottom-six due to his skill and shot generation ability.