2013 NHL Draft: Breaking It Down for the Tampa Bay Lightning

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#154 overall – Henri Ikonen, Left Wing, Kingston FrontenacsOntario Hockey League

The 6’ tall, 198 pound left winger played 61 games with the Kingston Frontenacs last season. In that time, he scored 22 goals and 29 assists for a total of 51 points.

Ikonen led Kingston in points, and came in second in assists.

In the post season, he played another four games with the Frontenacs adding 1 more goal to his totals.

The 19 year old Savonlinna, Finland native was tied for first on the Frontenacs in power play goals, of which he had 5.

Ikonen has a lot of potential to make an impact in the NHL.

He is tremendous on the power play; something that the Lightning struggled greatly with last season. He is also skilled in one-on-one situations with the goaltender. On a breakaway or in a shootout, he is someone who would be my first choice to go out on the ice and put one in the back of the net.

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Topics: 2013 NHL Draft, Adam Erne, Henri Ikonen, Joel Vermin, Jonathan Drouin, Kristers Gudlevskis, Saku Salminen, Tampa Bay Lightning

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