Fabian Lysell didn’t take long to make an impact during his first AHL game with the Providence Bruins.
The Boston Bruins prospect made it 2-0 against the Bridgeport Islanders on a great heads-up play that resulted in Lysell getting a partial break down the ice and finishing it off with a goal on his first shot of the game. The entire play showcased exactly what makes Lysell so intriguing to watch — between his awareness with the puck and his straight-line speed.
Check out Lysell’s goal:
The P-Bruins won 3-1 with help from Lysell and a 42-save night from Keith Kinkaid.
Lysell had an impressive training camp and preseason with the Bruins, but still has a few things to work on before he’s NHL-ready. Still, the 19-year-old certainly is knocking on the door of his Boston Bruins debut.