10/15/18 | Keith McCambridge said of Andersson (NYR Prospect Report), "Lias has been coming to the rink with the mindset of continuing to get better every day and he has been playing well as of late. He has done a better job of consistently keeping his feet moving and supporting pucks and, as a result, he's been able to capitalize on his scoring chances. He has been putting in the work, spending time with me reviewing his shifts back, and he has also been doing extra off-ice workouts in the gym."
10/14/18 | Lias Andersson had a Gordie Howe Hat Trick on Saturday, his 20th birthday, in the Wolf Pack win over Providence.
👊 Blidh vs. Andersson pic.twitter.com/mM5m1TygIq- Providence Bruins (@AHLBruins) October 14, 2018
Andersson has points in four straight games and, as of Sunday afternoon, ranked 10th in the AHL in scoring.
He scored his first goal of the season on Friday: