C - LA
Lias Andersson served up the secondary assist on Micheal Haley's first period goal to give the Rangers a 1-0 lead against the Bruins Sunday night.
This was Andersson's first point of the 2019-20 regular season. The Rangers have hopes that the youngster will develop into something special for them in the near future, but he is going to need to pick up the slack quickly.
Lias Andersson scored a short-handed goal to put an end to Anders Nilsson's shutout almost five minutes into the second period Wednesday night. Ottawa would end up prevailing 4-1 by the game's conclusion.
Andersson now has two goals, four assists, and a minus-13 rating in 40 games played for Broadway this season.