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Fantasy Summary

Offensively gifted centre who thrives with the puck on his stick.


Observations

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March 2022 – After catching the eyes of Canucks nation just one year ago, it seems like we are singing a much different tune this season. Costmar has struggled to find any rhythm during his second full SHL season, producing just six points (3G + 3A) over 43 games, seeing above 13-minutes of ice time just twice as a result. While both his compete level and high-motor are still relevant, he will need to find a way to bring it all together among the higher ranks before the jump to North America is in play. For now, the undersized pivots stock drops, with hopes for a much improved 2022-23 campaign. Dave Hall

March 2021 – Costmar won over the hearts of Canucks fans during his recent WJC run, with his tremendous workhorse attitude and non-stop motor on full display. With two goals on his scorecard, he even tossed in some offensive flair, which comes as an added bonus to his rising stock. From there he would return to Linköping HC (SHL) to assume his bottom-six role, where he had posted a single goal through 15 matches prior to the tournament. Unfortunately, during game six of his return, the 2019 seventh-rounder suffered a season crippling shoulder injury. The ailment effectively shut down his season, with hopes that he can rehab and return for