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Fantasy Summary

A two-way depth center who brings a good combination of size and speed.


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November 2023 – Since the start of the season, Aman’s production has significantly increased compared to his performance in the last few seasons. In 11 games, he has scored five goals and six assists, totaling 11 points. A crucial factor in this progress is his role on the powerplay. Abbotsford has positioned him on the first powerplay unit in the bumper spot, and it appears to be highly beneficial for him. Not only does he already have more powerplay points than last season (three), but he also effectively utilizes his size to position himself in the most advantageous spot for a shot on goal. If he can maintain this level of performance in the NHL, his fantasy relevance is likely to be significantly impacted. Cedrick Blais-Turcotte


May 2023 – Aman, the Swedish rookie center, had an impressive debut season with the Canucks. His transition seemed rather seamless, and his game adapted much quicker than most anticipated, earning the praise of not one NHL coach, but two. The 23-year-old showcased speed and play making abilities, an ability to frustrate opponents with his forechecking and excelled as an integral penalty killer throughout the year. While skating in a primarily bottom-six role, he amassed 16 points (4G + 12A), 41 blocks, 44 hits and 18 penalty minutes over 68 games. There are no doubts that Aman will be pressing for another permanent spot on the club’s bottom-six next season. However, his fantasy usage likely caps out among the deeper multi-cat leagues. Dave Hall


June 2022 – Aman, a (2020) Colorado Avalanche sixth-rounder, has signed a two-year ELC deal with the Vancouver Canucks. The 22-year-old is a natural center but has recently seen success on the wing in the SHL. He plays a strong two-way game and focuses most of his energy on the right side of the puck. Despite his large 6-2 frame, he skates well and brings a decent motor to the table. Contrary to lucrative offensive numbers at the J20 Nationell (Sweden) levels in the past, his transition to the pro circuit has seen him take on more of a role-playing transformation. At this point, it is unclear if he will remain in Sweden or join the Abbotsford Canucks for the 2022-23 season. Regardless, the addition is considered more of a depth piece and while there is hope that he taps into some of his past offensive ways, a bottom-six upside is likely the cap. Dave Hall

Fantasy Upside 5.5
NHL Certainty 8.5
Country SWE
Position C
Roster Type Minors
Shoot/Glove Left
Date of Birth February 7, 2000
Height 6‘2”
Weight 179 lbs
Drafted 2020 Round 6; Overall: 167


 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2014-2015 Avesta BK J18J18 Div.12 0 00 0|        
 2015-2016 DalarnaTV-Pucken6 0 00 2|        
  Avesta BK U16U16 Div.125 36 3470 18|Playoffs QC3 2 46
  Avesta BK J18J18 Div.119 15 2035 2|Qualification3 1 01
  Avesta BK J20J20 Div.15 0 22 2|Qualification4 3 03
 2016-2017 Leksands IF J18J18 Region15 6 511 8|        
  Leksands IF J18J18 Nationell15 4 711 2|Playoffs5 0 00
 2017-2018 Leksands IF J18J18 Region20 8 917 6|        
  Leksands IF J18J18 Nationell12 6 612 4|Playoffs3 1 12
  Leksands IF J20J20 Nationell21 1 23 4|Playoffs2 0 00
 2018-2019 Leksands IF J20J20 Nationell45 14 2741 14|Playoffs2 1 01
  Leksands IFHockeyAllsvenskan3 0 00 2|Qualification4 0 00
  Avesta BKDivision 21 0 00 0|        
 2019-2020 Leksands IF J20J20 Nationell30 14 3347 12|        
  Leksands IFSHL8 1 23 0|        
  Karlskrona HKHockeyAllsvenskan6 1 01 0|        
  Sweden U20 (all)International-Jr6 0 44 4|        
 2020-2021 Leksands IFSHL51 2 810 10|Playoffs4 1 01
 2021-2022 Leksands IFSHL51 6 814 8|Playoffs3 0 00
  Leksands IFChampions HL9 1 12 0|        
  SwedenWC7 0 22 0|        
  SwedenEHT5 0 11 0|        
  Sweden (all)International16 2 57 2|        
 2022-2023 Vancouver CanucksNHL68 4 1216 18|        
  Abbotsford CanucksAHL17 4 59 2|        
 2023-2024 Vancouver CanucksNHL7 0 22 0|        
  Abbotsford CanucksAHL15 8 715 8|