Post-Draft Prospect Profiles: Adam Edström No. 161 to the New York Rangers
Adam Edström, born October 12th, 2000, is an elder statesman of the NHL Draft, Class of 2019. Edström played for a weak Mora team in the J20 SuperElit through the 2018-19 season, but still managed a productive 11-goal, five-assist season through 20 games.
For his trouble, Edström earned a 15-game song with Mora’s SHL team and contributed a single assist. With no prior international experience and playing for a small club, Edström flew mostly under the radar as far as SuperElit draft prospects go.
The first thing one notices about Edström is his 6-foot-6, 212-pound frame. He was regularly among the biggest player’s on the ice in SuperElit action. Unlike many players with that size, Edström is a capable skater. I wouldn’t mistake him for a speedster but he gets from Point A t
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