This time, it was the scout asking the question.”How many power forwards are there (in the NHL) today? (Tom) Wilson and (Alex) Ovechkin. The Tkachuk brothers (Matthew and Brady).” He paused. “Beyond that, you’ve got some borderline guys,” he said. “But Alex Tuch is right there. The tools are there. He plays a man’s game.” That assessment came up in the wake of an eye-catching postseason performance that saw the 6-foot-4 Vegas Golden Knights winger score eight goals in 20 contests. Three of those were game winners, and more than a few were the result of a big man doing…

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