Mihaly and McLean make up 2/3 of Wheeling's top line, along with Sean Collins. That line is one of the best lines in the ECHL. I've watched Mihaly play in Wheeling for parts of 5 seasons. He has grown by leaps and bounds. When he first came to Wheeling, he was one of the worst players on the team, now he is one of the best in the league. For him to be successful, he can't play on a 4th line (like he was in WBS). His game is one in which he always has the puck on his stick and can make things happen. Eventhough he has a big body, he isn't a grinder. In Wheeling, the offense runs through the top line. McLean is in a similar situation. In Wheeling, he is on the #1 PP and contributes. He could be a decent 3-4th liner in the AHL. He seems like the kind of player that can adapt to any situation he is in. For a small guy, he has a great shot. The Nailers have been using him on the point on their PP, along with Brendon Hodge. With that said, I think Mihaly is ready to take his game across the pond and see what he can do over there. McLean will probably be in the AHL at least 75-80% of the season next year.