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Fabian Lysell Likely to Start 2022-23 Season in Providence

Fabian Lysell is currently the top-rated prospect within the Boston Bruins organization. The Bruins, 21st overall selection, during the 2021 NHL Draft, left Sweden to play for the Vancouver Giants last season. With the Giants, Lysell showed similar play and talent to his time playing for Frolunda's J20 and J18 teams. With Vancouver of the WHL, Lysell put up 62 points in 53 games. Lysell played with pace for the Giants, he showed great speed and edge work. Lysell is a player that can be leithal on the rush, pushing the defencemen back and setting up a play for his teammates. Lysell is a player that plays with a lot of confidence, he is a competitor, that shows attitude and fight. The Bruins forward was one of the most dynamic players representing Team Sweden at the WJC. Team Sweden struggled to create offense, although Lysell finished the tournament with a bronze medal, and six points in seven games. With Team Sweden, Lysell smoothly transitioned out of his own zone and often skated

Fabian Lysell Dominates World Juniors Group Stage

Boston's Fabian Lysell was dominant throughout the group stage of the 2022 IIHF World Juniors Tournament. Lysell, from Gothenburg, Sweden, was selected 21st overall by the Boston Bruins during the 2021 NHL Draft. Lysell has proven to be at control at every single junior level. So it is not a surprise that he is dominating the WJC. This season, playing with the Vancouver Giants of the WHL, Lysell put up a team high of 62 points in 53 games. He also produced tremendously in the playoffs, putting up 21 points in just 12 games. The Bruins' pick is playing a top offensive role for Team Sweden. Lysell is playing within the top-six and on the top power play unit for Sweden. It is also to be noted that Team Sweden is very stacked offensively. Lysell plays alongside the 14th overall selection, Isak Rosen.   Lysell has shown his ability to make plays with the puck. He sets up on his one-timer side on the powerplay and utilizes both his shooting and playmaking skills. that is an absolu