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Fantasy Summary

Creative playmaker who continues to diversify his offensive game. Will need to add strength while improving his off-puck game but has middle-six NHL potential.


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May 2022 – Abramov was thrust into a difficult situation during his first pro season and was tasked with a much larger role than the organization had originally planned for him after the club lost depth center options like Adam Brooks, Mike Amadio, and Kirill Semyonov early in the season. He struggled to adjust to the pace early on and his defensive game is certainly still a work in progress but for the most part, he acquitted himself well under tough circumstances. Abramov finished his rookie season in the AHL with seven goals and 21 assists in 66 games and showed progress throughout the season. The Marlies will look to him as a key member of their offensive attack in 2022-23 and the experience he gained this season should make him better prepared to handle those responsibilities. Nick Richard

June 2021 – Abramov has captained Victoriaville to a QJMHL championship. His 24 points in 19 games put him second in playoff scoring, which included three game-winning goals in the postseason and a clutch penalty shot goal in the final contest. Now 20 years old, we will presumably learn soon what his next step will be as he graduates from junior. Already on an ELC, there is a chance we see him on the Marlies for 2021-22. Hayden Soboleski

January 2021 – After starting the tournament as the extra forward and even being removed from the lineup for a round robin match, Abramov still found his times to shine in the 2021 WJC and finished the tournament in the top-nine and on the 2nd powerplay unit. He took some