Another vote for Bobby Ryan, but I think these will be the two premier power forwards in the NHL for several years. I just like Ryan's ceiling a bit more as he's a more well-rounded player offensively, in a perfect situation I could see him hit 90 (45 and 45 really doesn't seem that farfetched, I think his upside is criminally underrated). He doesn't hit quite as much as Kane, but I see them both as 300+ SOG players eventually, and the PIM and blocks are a wash between them. So the peripherals are very close.
Offensively is where there's some separation imo, and although it still won't be much I do like Ryan better. He has a little playmaker in him even though he's mostly a goal scorer he has the ability to set other people up which will give him a boost in scoring at some point over Kane who's game is almost entirely shoot first.
Like I said it's close but I do prefer Ryan.
20 Team Dynasty (points per) - G (25, 50 for defense) A (25) PIM (3) +/- (5) PPG (15) SHG (25) OTG (15) GWG (25) HTr (50) SOW (75) HIT (1) BLK (2) Use actual NHL salary
F: Malkin, Tavares, P. Kane, Neal, Nash, Okposo, Moulson, Ott, Whitney, Iginla, Pouliot, Garbutt, M. Martin, Stajan, Raffl, Klinkhammer, Clune
D: Green, Ekman-Larsson, Bogosian, Gudas, Stone, Oduya, Ranger
G: Anderson, Lehner
Farm: Grimaldi, Gaudreau, Hurley, Hartikainen, Stransky, Fast, Tarasov, Petrov, Kosov, Kujawinski, Maidens, Nurse, Ceci, Donovan, Ekholm, Thrower, Kichton, Borowiecki, Marchenko, Poulin, Nilsson, Andersen