|New Jersey Devils|
|Written by Brendan Ross|
April 2013 - Alexander Urbom played in 68 regular season games for the Albany registering eight assists. The big stay-at-home defenseman hasn't really shown anything to get excited about from a fantasy standpoint and it appears going forward that his potential at the NHL level is as a depth defenseman (number 6/7). Brendan Ross
April, 2012 –During multiple stints from Albany, Alexander Urbom has shown that he can be relied upon. Before crossing the pond, Urbom was more of a shutdown defender that relied mainly on his positioning and skating skills. After a sparkling transition to the North American game, the offensive has since evolved. Urbom is a big kid who owns a good first pass and above-average shooting skills. Lou Lamoriello, the GM of the Devils, is big fan of Urbom and expects him to be in the show full time very soon. Markus Kniehl
Fantasy Outlook: D-
No fantasy relevance at this point as Urbom has molded himself into a defensive defenseman that looks like he will only be servicable in a depth role or spot duty.
Urbom scores his second NHL goal.
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|Last Updated on Friday, 26 April 2013 09:40|