Statistics: 44 GP, 3-16—19
Scouting: 54th among North American skaters
The Hockey News: Not ranked
A late recruit at Maine, he signed with the Black Bears when
Francis Nault lost his eligibility last summer. He ended up
being one of the top defensemen on the national runner up
as a freshman.
Take: "He’s a bigger guy, and a little
bit more of a stay-at-home defenseman. He isn’t as high
profile as some of the other college defensemen in the draft,
like [A.J.] Thelen, [Wes] O’Neill and [Grant] Lewis.
doesn’t make many mistakes, and he’s got size.
He improved so much over the course of the year – he’s
one of those guys who started nowhere, and went by a lot of
other guys over the course of the year.
at the Frozen Four. In the BC game, Maine got two penalties
back-to-back and they were two men short for 1:45. BC took
a timeout, and everyone’s rested so anyone could come
out (although Prestin Ryan was in the penalty box). Out comes
Lundin in the most critical defensive situation of the year.
Then two days later, with 1:45 left and Maine has to get a
goal, he’s out there again. That’s among one of
the top two or three teams in the nation, and the most critical
defensive and offensive situations of the year. There aren’t
many guys around – never mind freshmen – who would
be on the ice in both of those situations.”
Projection: Most rankings see him in the third or
fourth rounds, but we'd be surprised if he lasts past the