Andersson picked up a goal and two assists in OHL Barrie's 6-5 overtime win over Mississauga on Thursday.

With 60 points in 64 games, it was a second straight productive OHL season for Andersson. He finished the season with a plus-34 rating and he was Barrie's top defender all season long. The Flames are a lousy hockey team, but they do have some depth on defense. To his credit, Andersson looks like he should be able to play in the AHL next season despite the fact he won't turn 20 years of age until late October.

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