The captain of the Wheat Kings is having another good season in the WHL so far. It is his 3rd full season in the juniors, and has continued to make good progressions to his game. The biggest weapon for Pulock is his slap shot. He recently recorded 102 MPH in a skills competition put on by the team. In game situations, he is able to get them on net whenever he does get his big shot off, but has had less opportunities to do so because opponents have stuck to him like glue whenever he is in the offensive zone. Pulock makes good first passes out of the zone, and is dangerous off the rush whenever he chooses to carry the puck. He is a good skater who quickly picks up speed and has the ability to make subtle direction changes to keep opponents flat footed. Defensively, Pulock has been good on a team that has given up a lot of goals to date.
HockeyProspect.com’s Michelle Sturino recently spoke with the WHL’s Brandon Wheat Kings 2013 NHL Draft Prospect.