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58 Sven Andrighetto RW
Height/Weight: 5-9/182 | Birthdate: 3/21/1993 | Birthplace: Zurich, Switzerland | Team: | College: | NHL Experience: Rookie | Salary: /images/nhl/players/170x170/2094531.png | Owned/Started%: 1/0

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9/20/2014

Sven Andrighetto, RW, MON

Sven Andrighetto

Habs' Andrighetto Scores In Scrimmage

News: Adrighetto scored a goal on a penalty shot during Montreal's intra-squad scrimmage Saturday, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Analysis: Sven Andrighetto showcased some of his offensive skill, forcing a hooking penalty that led to his penalty shot goal, but the 5-9 forward was also out-muscled in one-on-one battles and was on ice for three of his opponents' goals. That sums up Andrighetto at this stage of his career. If he were to stick with Montreal, it would have to be in a third- or fourth-line role, where he would have to play a more physical role than he's accustomed to.