Carl Sandin

Fantasy Summary

Bottom-pairing, stay-at-home defender who is probably not going to have any fantasy relevance.


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May 2022 – Larsson’s slide down the depth chart continues. He’s 25 now and has cleared waivers on a couple of occasions. A former first-round pick, he is running out of chances to make any kind of impact. Yes, defensemen take longer to establish themselves than forwards, but Larsson’s window is closing. His best hope now is to catch on as a No. 6 or No. 7 defensive defenseman. – Dobber

March 2020 – The 2019-20 season was a roller coaster for Larsson. He spent the majority of it with the Ducks, but found himself in the minors at a couple of different times because of consistency and confidence issues. However, when the Ducks experienced injuries to Fowler, Lindholm, Gudbranson and Manson, he grabbed the bull by the horns and played very well, registering seven points and a plus-1 in 19 games. He is still only 22 years old so you can’t call him a first round bust yet, especially since he is a defenseman and they typically take longer to develop. Let’s hope he can continue this stride into next season and consider h