I have seen alot of William Nylander Altelius (born in Calgary, son of Michael Nylander) after he made his debut in the All-Swedish League. This kid is just amazingly talented. He seems to become one of the most exciting prospects to come out of Sweden since the Sedin's.
PPG player so far in the All-Swedish League (the second tier league). He is playing for the team that developed Anze Kopitar and Carl Hagelin.
At that level the following NHLers had the following output during the lockout.
Anze Kopitar 31 10 24 34
Matt Read 20 6 18 24
Carl Hagelin 8 5 6 11
Mark Letestu 7 4 0 4
Marcus Johansson 16 8 10 18
Gabriel Landeskog 17 6 8 14
Bobby Ryan 11 10 3 13
Cam Fowler 14 2 5 7
Jonathan Ericsson 4 0 1 1
Niklas Grossman 4 0 1 1
Patrik Berglund 30 20 12 32
Mikael Backlund 23 12 18 30
He is still really young (not eligble until the 14' draft) and underdeveloped physically. He ought to be able to develop a ton physically. He looks like a kid out there on the ice before the puck is dropped (see the picture below), then he just puts on a show when the puck is dropped.
He is a great play maker, but unlike his dad he also has a really good right handed shot. You can tell that he is born and raised in NA. But his most special ability is definitely his skating. Man when he puts a move on on the ice, it looks like everyone else is skating in slow motion. All of a sudden he has skated a couple of laps in the attacking zone and everyone on the ice is just standing there turning their head trying to figure out what's going on. Its still very early, and no comparisions should be made in other areas, but I've not seen a kid that age skate like that since I saw Sid in his first WJC's. And William is on top of that a super slick stick handler.
I don't have much time to watch hockey nowadays, but when Södertälje is playing, or a has played a game, I find a way to watch them just to get to see this kid.
Look at him skating away from his team mates, so classless
And the video even cut the celebration short, he also shook his hands like Yakupov (Phoenix OT-winner I think) while sliding backwards. He ended up in Södertäljes defensive zone before he stopped and celebrated with his teammates.
Michael was the first one to congratulate him IIRC.