Lundell is a complete 200-foot center who works equally hard on both ends of the ice. His skating has improved and while he still might not be the smoothest skater, once he gains top speed, he’s very hard to stop. He has the separation speed that allows him to gain a step ahead of defensemen,…
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Lundell is a complete 200-foot center who works equally hard on both ends of the ice. His skating has improved and while he still might not be the smoothest skater, once he gains top speed, he’s very hard to stop. He has the separation speed that allows him to gain a step ahead of defensemen, however, his agility could get better. Flashes great playmaking skills and can distribute the puck on tape with pressure and traffic around him. Doesn’t need a lot of time to make plays happen and often seems to know what to do with the puck before he even has it. While he might not be flashy, he possesses a dangerous wrist shot which he can use within seconds. Strong release and accuracy make it a dangerous weapon. The power behind his shot is sometimes inconsistent but it has improved since the spring. His hand-eye coordination is well above average as he can bat pucks out of the air on passes by his opponent. His defensive play in the neutral zone is tight and controlled. He closes on puck carriers when he has support and ensures that the puck stays to the outside. In his own end, he shows a willingness to engage physically along the boards and his ability to find the puck in a scrum is high-level which leads to him winning 50/50 board battles more often then not. He uses his stick to disrupt passing lanes. Uses his high hockey sense to make him an all-around threat.