New York Islanders‘ 6th round pick in the 2009 draft (#152 overall) left wing Anders Lee(9) played a pair of NHL games fresh off finishing up his third season at University Of Notre Dame that culminated in an NCAA (CCHA) Championship.
He scored his first big league goal and added an assist in his debut.
He was also very close to a point per game player in college hockey scoring 61 goals and 55 assists in 125 games with a monstrous +33 rating.
The rangy 6’3″ 225 lbs. forward was unable to find his roster spot with the parent club to start his rookie campaign and reassigned to minor league affiliate Bridgeport Sound Tigers.
In his first 16 AHL games he has a mighty 6 goals and 7 assists out of the gate.
One would have to think if a spot opens up on the Islanders‘ lineup due to injury, the just turned 21-year old has to be one a short list for a recall.