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Lundell sets up goal in HIFK loss

Canada v Finland: Quarterfinal - 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship Photo by Rich Lam/Getty Images

Florida Panthers 2020 first-rounder Anton Lundell set up a goal in HIFK’s 3-2 overtime loss to KooKoo in Tuesday action from Finland’s Liiga.

Lundell drew the primary assist on Joonas Lyytinen’s second goal of the game which briefly put HIFK ahead 12:22 into the third period.

The 19-year-old logged 22:59 of ice time and finished the game with two shots on goal a +1 rating.

Lundell’s helper was his third of the season and gave him 11 point in 11 Liiga games.

Henrik Borgstrom made his season debut for HIFK and played 17:20, registered one shot on goal and also finished the game with a +1 rating.

Eetu Luostarinen was held off the score sheet in KalPa’s 4-3 loss to SaiPa. Luostarinen logged 15:27 TOI and finished the game with a -1 rating and 10 PIM.

2020 second-rounder Emil Heineman had one shot on goal and finished with an even rating while logging 11:03 of ice time in Leksand’s 3-2 overtime loss to Farjestad in action from the Swedish Hockey League.

Rodrigo Abols logged 18:02 TOI and registered three shots on goal and finished with a +2 rating in Orebro’s 3-2 overtime loss to Vaxjo.

In KHL action, Panthers reserve Juho Lammikko registered four shots on goal and won 5 of 18 faceoffs in Metallurg’s 2-1 overtime loss to Traktor Chelyabinsk.

Fellow reserve Maxim Mamin notched a power-play goal in CSKA Moscow’s 4-3 overtime win over Spartak Moscow. Mamin logged 18:56 TOI and finished with four shots on goal and -1 rating. Emil Djuse did not play for Spartak.