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24 year-old Swede Tom Wandell is often overshadowed by the club's other Swedes. The 6' 1" 197lb center has had a rather mixed tenure in Dallas.
Wandell is blessed with incredible skating ability and has a scorer's touch, when he has the confidence to shoot. He also has a habit picked up similar to that of Jere Lehtinen, where he will skate around the goal and then suddenly shoot the puck whilst turning.
The 5th round (146th overall) 2005 draftee has played 120 games for the Stars, tallying 11 goals and 13 assists, with a minus-1 rating.
That doesn't seem like a lot, but you have to factor in Wandell lost 32 man games last season with a torn ACL, much like the injury captain Brenden Morrow suffered. It takes quite a while for a player to reach full game speed after suffering an injury like this.
It was a shame for him, because again an injury last year helped Wandell into his current position. When Mike Ribeiro was injured against the New York Rangers in January 2010, Wandell stepped up and played very well, considering his lack of experience, and was fast improving into an NHL regular.
Look out for this smooth skating center. He is just finding his scoring touch again after lighting the lamp in consecutive games, once against Nashville and the other against Phoenix.