Andersson scored an empty-net goal on four shots in Monday's 5-2 win over the Canucks.
Andersson didn't have any luck with a whopping 8:10 of power-play time Monday, as he hit a post with a blistering shot and had other close calls. However, that lucked flipped when he sealed the win with a long-range empty-netter in the third period, a shot that may have been a simple clearing attempt and beat a desperate Canucks pursuer by inches. The Swede has gotten on the scoresheet in all three games so far, with a goal and two helpers. The 24-year-old has added six blocked shots, and he seems to be adjusting to a larger role quite well in all facets of the game.
Andersson notched a power-play assist and two shots on goal in Saturday's 3-0 win over the Canucks.
Andersson is making himself at home on the top power-play unit -- he fed Johnny Gaudreau for a shot attempt that generated a rebound for Matthew Tkachuk to tuck home in the third period. With an assist in each of the first two games this year, Andersson's getting things done on the scoresheet. He also has five blocked shots and three shots on net so far.
Andersson notched an assist and a team-high four blocked shots in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Jets.
In addition to his strong shot-blocking, Andersson skated 23:59 in the contest, the most among all Flames skaters. The Swedish blueliner has finally ascended to a top-pairing role alongside Mark Giordano, which will put Andersson in line for more offensive opportunities at even strength. The 24-year-old Andersson is also serving on the top power-play unit -- fantasy managers in deeper formats may want to add him to their rosters just in case he has a breakout year ahead of him.
Andersson registered five goals, 22 points and a minus-7 rating in 70 regular-season games this season.
Andersson produced three more points despite playing nine fewer games than he did in his rookie year. The Swede added 124 shots on net and 83 blocked shots. Andersson is expected to take on a larger role in 2020-21 -- he's one of three defensemen on the roster signed for the upcoming campaign. With turnover on the blue line, the 23-year-old will likely see full-time usage in the top four. He's being groomed as Mark Giordano's replacement as the top defenseman of the future -- as such, look for Andersson to skate more than 20 minutes per game and finish on pace for 30 to 40 points in an 82-game season next year.
Andersson scored a goal and added four hits in Thursday's 7-3 loss to the Stars in Game 6.
Andersson's third goal of the playoffs gave the Flames a 3-0 lead, but it was all downhill from there. The Stars would score seven unanswered goals to run away with the win and the series. The 23-year-old blueliner ended his playoff run with three goals, two assists and a plus-4 rating in 10 games. Andersson will likely be expected to take on a larger role in 2020-21.
Andersson had a shorthanded assist, three shots and a plus-2 rating in Sunday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Stars in Game 4.
Andersson produced the secondary assist on Tobias Rieder's third-period shorty. The 23-year-old Andersson has recorded three points, 10 shots, 15 blocked shots and a plus-7 rating in eight postseason contests. He has not been a minus player in any game during the playoffs.
Andersson scored a goal and blocked three shots in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Stars in Game 1 of their first-round series.
Andersson has scored in consecutive outings, giving him two goals in five games during the playoffs. The Swede has added a plus-5 rating, 10 blocked shots and seven shots on net. During the regular season, Andersson had a career-high 22 points (five goals, 17 helpers) in 70 appearances.
Andersson potted an empty-net goal in Thursday's 4-0 win over the Jets in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Qualifiers.
Andersson's tally produced the final score, adding insurance as the Flames advanced to the Western Conference Quarterfinals. It was his first point in four games. Andersson added a plus-5 rating and seven blocked shots in the series.
Andersson picked up an assist, two hits and two blocked shots in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime win over the Blue Jackets.
Andersson drew the secondary helper on Matthew Tkachuk's game-tying goal at 18:17 of the third period. The Swedish blueliner has chipped in with five points over his last 10 games. For the season, he's at 22 points, 121 shots on net, 77 blocks and 57 PIM through 68 appearances.
Andersson potted a goal on five shots, supplied an assist and blocked two shots in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Predators.
Andersson tied the game at one just 26 seconds into the second period. The Swedish blueliner also had the secondary helper on Andrew Mangiapane's third-period tally. Andersson has been solid with a goal and five assists in his last nine outings. He's up to career highs in goals (five), points (21) and shots (120) through 65 contests.
Andersson registered an assist and two shots on goal in Friday's 4-3 loss to the Bruins.
Andersson fed Mikael Backlund for the opening tally just 20 seconds into the game. Through 10 games in February, Andersson has a goal, four assists and 22 PIM. He's seen a larger role since Mark Giordano (hamstring) and Travis Hamonic (upper body) got hurt. He's now at 19 points, 114 shots, 55 PIM and 66 blocked shots in 62 contests this year.
Andersson posted an assist, two hits and a plus-4 rating in Thursday's 6-0 win over the Ducks.
While he didn't generate a lot of offense himself, Andersson was typically on the ice when good things happened for the Flames. He's on a three-game assist streak and now has 18 points and 107 shots through 59 appearances this season.
Andersson had an assist, three hits, two blocked shots and 10 PIM in Wednesday's 5-3 loss to the Kings.
Andersson earned an assist on Elias Lindholm's second tally of the game. The Swedish defenseman then misbehaved late in the contest to earn the 10-minute misconduct penalty after Sean Walker's empty-netter sealed the Kings' win. Andersson has four points in his last seven games and 17 through 58 outings this season. He's added 106 shots, 64 blocks and 55 PIM.
Andersson recorded a power-play assist, two shots on goal, two PIM and a plus-2 rating in Monday's 6-2 win over the Sharks.
The Swede has points in three of his last six games. Andersson is up to 16 points, 105 shots, 62 blocked shots and 45 PIM in 57 outings this season. He's on track to top 20 points for the first time in his career but will likely only help fantasy owners in deeper formats for now.
Andersson scored a goal on three shots in Thursday's 3-2 loss to the Predators.
Andersson's goal came in the second period, but the Flames couldn't tie the game. The Swede now has 15 points, 100 shots on net, 60 blocked shots and 43 PIM through 55 contests.
Andersson recorded an assist and three shots on goal in Wednesday's 4-3 shootout win over the Oilers.
Andersson dug the puck out of a scrum and got it to Matthew Tkachuk, who set up Andrew Mangiapane's second goal of the game. The helper snapped a five-game drought for Andersson, who now has 14 points, 96 shots and 33 PIM through 52 appearances.
Andersson had an assist in Thursday's 2-1 win over the Wild.
Andersson got the puck up to Sean Monahan, who found Johnny Gaudreau for the second-period tally. The Swedish blueliner is up to 13 points and 86 shots on goal in 46 games this season. He signed a six-year contract extension Wednesday -- the 23-year-old figures to be a fixture on the Flames' blue line for a long time. While his offense isn't up to standard for widespread fantasy appeal, he should benefit in that regard by an eventual permanent move into the top-four on defense.
Andersson signed a six-year contract extension worth $4.55 million AAV on Wednesday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.
Andersson has committed to the Flames through the 2025-26 season, which is the longest any Flames blueliner is locked down for. The 23-year-old has posted 12 points through 45 games, but his defensive contributions are more impressive, as he's recorded a 52.9 Corsi For percentage so far.
Andersson recorded a power-play assist in Sunday's 5-4 shootout win over the Wild.
Andersson got the puck to the front of the net, and Milan Lucic did the rest for the Flames' first goal. The Swedish blueliner is up to 12 points (three on the power play), 84 shots on goal and 55 blocked shots in 44 games.
Andersson scored a goal, blocked two shots and added two PIM in Sunday's 5-2 loss to the Canucks.
Andersson's tally late in the second period gave the Flames some hope, but they couldn't carry that momentum into the third. He's up to three goals, 11 points, 31 PIM and 79 shots on goal in 41 contests this season.
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