Leafs prospect Carl Grundström has gotten off to a great start at the World Juniors. Sweden is up 4-0 over Denmark halfway through the second period and Grundström has already picked up two points.
First, he rushed up the ice and set up Senators prospect Jonathan Dahlen for the easy tap in.
Dahlen finishes a great rush by Grundstrom. 3-0 Sweden pic.twitter.com/pzYzHMQG3K— Marc Dumont (@MarcPDumont) December 26, 2016
Next, he scored on a shorthanded breakaway after picking up a loose puck at his blueline.
Carl Grundström is on fire! 4-0 Sweden. pic.twitter.com/75up3kXnLp— Marc Dumont (@MarcPDumont) December 26, 2016
When he's not representing Sweden, Grundström plays in the SHL with Frolunda HC. He was drafted by the Leafs in the 2nd round (57th overall) in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.