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Fantasy Summary

The big Russian defenseman can skate, play physical, produce offense, and has a hard shot


Observations

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September 2020 – Alexeyev has been loaned to Yulaev Ufa of the KHL until NHL/AHL training camp resumes. The added ice time and KHL games should get him ready to challenge for an NHL spot once the 2020-2021 NHL season begins, but it is more likely Alexeyev will be up and down for the season.  Pat Quinn

 

August 2020 – Alexeyev joined the Capitals playoff training camp with the restart of the season, and was brought in to the bubble. Ultimately though he never played a game as the Capitals were eliminated. Pat Quinn

 

March 2020 – Alexeyev’s first season was very good for the young Russian. A big plus is that he was not on the shelf for any long period of time, minus the start of the season concussion in exhibition play. Alexeyev never looked out of place in the line up and looks ot have a very bright future. We can only hope to see him in the AHL playoffs but with the season paused and in jeopardy that may not come to fruition. Pat Quinn 

 

December 2019 – Alexeyev has been one of the better Hershey defensemen this season has he has looked great to start the season. He has 12 points in 28 games, with 49 shots, but has seen his shot total decline over the first half. He is not on the powerplay but does play penalty kill. His skating is still good, along with his defensive play, but there is no real large faults with his defensive play. His only problem will be getting to the Capitals roster as Fehervary appears to be the second call up (after Djoos who will likely be moved soon), and there is just no room. Another year in the AHL will not be bad for him but you do not want to see him staying in the AHL too long. Pat Quinn

 

September 2019 – Alexeyev was sent down to the AHL to play with the Bears this season. He only got in one preseason game as he was injured on a dirty hit that gave him a concussion. Alexeyev’s shot to make the Capitals was a long one but you really wish he got more time to show what he can do. Hopefully this latest injury is the last one in a long line of injuries for the large skilled defenseman and he can play the full season in Hershey without incident. Pat Quinn

 

June 2019 – Alexeyev is attending the Capitals rookie camp as he is 100% recovered from his knee injury that ended his season. So far in camp he has been one of the Capitals best players, as much as that means, but it is good to see him out skating again. Pat Quinn

 

March 2019 – Alexeyev was well on his way to continue to producing his career high in goals, assists, games, PIMs, and plus minus he gets hits with a scary looking injury that required him to get stretchered off the ice. Over his D+1 season he had 49 games with 10 goals, 33 assists, 34 PIMS and a plus 19. He has looked great and even better than the previous year. Currently he is week-to-week and the hope remains that he will be back for the WHL playoffs.  Pat Quinn

 

December 2018 – Alexeyev has had a come back season for Red Deer in the WHL that many had predicted after the previous two seasons were fraught with injuries or personal tragedy. He currently sits sixth in defense scoring for defensemen with 31 points in 30 games, which is also good enough for second on the Rebels in scoring. He has stood out in many games as a player who is strong in his own end and can put up the points while being tough to handle in the offensive zone. He is still slightly slow but he positions himself well to not get beat. Alexeyev will be a top defenseman for Russia in the World Juniors as he will need to be a rock in all three zones. Pat Quinn

 

September 2018 – After coming in the Capitals development camp and playing a couple preseason games, Alexeyev was returned to Red Deer of the WHL as the Capitals have a lot of depth on defense that they need to see more from than AA. The hope for Alexeyev is that he can have a fully healthy season for the Rebels and continue to develop. Pat Quinn

 

July 2018 – Heading into the 2017-2018 season Alexeyev was once considered a top 10 prospect but tumbled in the rankings as the season progressed due to injuries (for the second consecutive season) and a personal loss. Alexeyev is a large defenseman who can skate, make a smart first pass, has a bomb of a shot, and has a great attitude. He will likely spend the next couple seasons in the WHL as the Capitals have plenty of time to let Alexeyev develop. Pat Quinn

Attributes
Fantasy Upside 6.0
NHL Certainty 8.5
Country RUS
Position D
Roster Type System
Shoot/Glove Left
Date of Birth November 15, 1999
Height 6‘4”
Weight 201 lbs
Drafted 2018 Round 1; Overall: 31

Stats

 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2014-2015 Serebryanye Lvy U17Russia U1729 7 1825 22|        
  SKA St. Petersburg U16Russia U16 Finals6 0 22 4|        
  Russia U16 (all)International-Jr3 0 00 4|        
 2015-2016 Serebryanye Lvy St. PetersburgMHL20 1 12 8|        
  Russia U17WHC-176 0 44 2|        
  Russia U18WJC-185 0 22 4|        
 2016-2017 Russia U18Hlinka Gretzky Cup5 0 00 2|        
  Red Deer RebelsWHL41 4 1721 24|        
 2017-2018 Red Deer RebelsWHL45 7 3037 29|Playoffs3 2 35
  Russian Selects U20Jr Super Series2 0 00 6|        
  Russia U20 (all)International-Jr3 0 00 6|        
 2018-2019 Red Deer RebelsWHL49 10 3343 34|        
  Russian Selects U20Jr Super Series2 0 00 0|        
  Russia U20WJC-207 2 46 10|        
  Russia U20 (all)International-Jr11 3 58 10|        
 2019-2020 Hershey BearsAHL58 3 1821 16|        
 2020-2021 Salavat Yulaev UfaKHL19 2 35 6|        

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