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16 - Alex Fallstrom
Alex Fallstrom
Height: 6-2
Weight: 203
Year: Senior
Hometown: Stockholm, Sweden
High School: Shattuck-St. Mary's School (Minn.)
Position: Forward
Draft: Boston Bruins
Major: Economics
Shoots/Catches: Right
House Affiliation: Mather

Selected in the fourth round (116th pick overall) of the 2009 NHL Entry Draft by the Minnesota Wild ... Draft rights traded to Boston Bruins Oct. 18, 2009.

Senior (2012-13) Stats
Dished out two assists, scored a goal and finished +3 against Bentley Oct. 27 ... Logged an assist in a 4-0 win over RPI Nov. 10 ... Scored the game’s first goal in 4-1 upset of No. 10 Cornell Nov. 16 ... Dished out two assists against Princeton Jan. 4 ... Had a goal and an assist at No. 5/9 Quinnipiac Jan. 5 ... Stretched point streak to three games with a helper in upset of No. 8 Boston University Jan. 9 ... Tied the game at 3-3 with a second-period goal against St. Lawrence Jan. 26 ... Dished out an assist in 1-1 tie against Dartmouth Feb. 10 and had another a night later in 7-4 win over BU in Beanpot consolation ... Scored a goal in games against Colgate (Feb. 15) and Cornell (Feb. 16) ... Extended his point streak to six with an assist at St. Lawrence Feb. 22 and another against Clarkson Feb. 23 ... Netted the game-winning goal in 2-1 overtime upset of No. 1 Quinnipiac March 1 ... Potted a short-handed score a night later in season finale against Princeton, extending career-long point streak to eight games ... Had a goal in Game 2 of first round playoff series against Dartmouth March 9, and added an assist in the series finale.        

Junior (2011-12) Stats
ECAC Hockey All-Academic selection ... Tied for second on the Crimson with 13 goals and fifth with 25 points despite being limited by injury to 28 games ... Played right wing with Marshall Everson and center Alex Killorn '12 on one of college hockey's most potent scoring lines ... Registered eight points (5-3-8) as part of the nation's top power play unit (27.3 percent) ... Tied for ninth in ECAC Hockey with four league power-play goals ... Assisted on Killorn's goal to give Harvard a lead in third period of ECAC final against Union (March 17) ... Registered a goal, an assist and a +4 rating in Game 3 of ECAC quarterfinals against Yale (March 11) ... Scored to start comeback from two goals down to defeat Clarkson in regular-season finale (Feb. 25) ... Registered a goal and an assist in tie at Brown (Feb. 13) ... Netted first goal on TD Garden ice in Beanpot consolation win against Northeastern (Feb. 13) .... Scored at Quinnipiac (Feb. 3) in first game back after missing four with an injury ... Tallied Harvard’s first two goals against No. 6 Boston University (Jan. 14) ... Started third-period comeback from two goals down with goal in tie at No. 18 North Dakota and went 7-2 on faceoffs a night later against UND (Dec. 30?31) ... Scored power-play goal at Dartmouth (Nov. 25) ... Registered a goal and an assist in comeback from four goals down to defeat New Hampshire (Nov. 22) ... Scored power-play goal, his first tally of the year, against Cornell (Nov. 11) ... Logged two assists in season opener vs. Princeton and one more a night later vs. No. 19 Quinnipiac (Nov. 4-5). 

Sophomore (2010-11) Stats
Played in 22 games, missing a 10-game stretch due to injury ... Skated on line with Alex Killorn and Marshall Everson late in the season ... Part of a Harvard power play that ranked second in ECAC play (22.7 percent) and tied for 18th nationally (19.4 percent) ... Totaled five points (4-1-5) in five ECAC Hockey playoff games … Scored once in ECAC quarterfinal opener at No. 18 Dartmouth (March 11) and twice in series finale (March 13) … Registered an assist in Game 1 of ECAC first-round sweep at Clarkson and added a goal in Game 2 (March 4-5) ... Scored game’s first goal in second period of 3-1 win against Clarkson (Feb. 25) ... Assisted on both Alex Killorn goals in Beanpot consolation win against No. 15 Boston University (Feb. 14) ... Notched two assists against No. 20 Princeton (Feb. 11) ... Scored goals in consecutive games against Colgate and Cornell (Jan. 28-29) ... Missed 10 games after suffering injury at Clarkson (Nov. 13).

Freshman (2009-10) Stats
Skated in 32 of Harvard's 33 games as a rookie, registering 12 points ... Scored a goal against Rensselaer and added a goal and an assist on the game-winner a night later in 4-3 win against No. 16 Union (Feb. 12-13) ... Registered a goal and an assist to help Harvard hand No. 13 Union its first league loss (Jan. 22) ... Scored first career goal in 3-2 win against No. 5 Yale (Jan. 12) ... Assisted on Louis Leblanc's game-winner against No. 8 Quinnipiac (Dec. 29) ... Notched first multiple-point game with two assists against Dartmouth (Nov. 29) ... Recorded assists on consecutive nights against Clarkson (Nov. 14) and St. Lawrence (Nov. 15) ... First career point came via an assist on a Doug Rogers goal at No. 5 Cornell (Nov. 7) ... Made collegiate debut in season-opening win at Dartmouth (Oct. 30).

Before Harvard
Spent two years at Shattuck-St. Mary's School in Faribault, Minn., captaining the team as a senior ... Led SSM in scoring with 87 points on 40 goals and 47 assists in 2008-09 ... Helped the team capture the 2008 USA Hockey Tier I 18 and Under National Championship ... SSM teammate of Harvard classmate Luke Greiner in 2007-08 ... Also lettered one year each in golf and tennis at SSM, where he received the 2009 Kramer Cup for outstanding academic and athletic accomplishment and was an honor-roll student both years ... A member of Swedish youth national teams in 2005-06 and 2006-07 ... A three-year team captain for Djurgarden Hockey.

Personal
Interests include golf and tennis.

Career Highs
Points - 2 eleven times, most recently one goal, one assist at Quinnipiac, Feb. 3, 2012
Goals - 2 twice, most recently vs. Boston University, Jan. 14, 2012
Assists - 2 four times, most recently vs. Princeton, Nov. 4, 2011
Point Streak - 5 Nov. 22-Dec. 30, 2011

Career Stats

Season GP G A Points Shots Shot% Pen-Min +/- PPG SHG GWG
2009-10................ 32 4 8 12 58 .069 6-23 -19 1 1 0
2010-11................ 22 7 5 12 54 .130 3-17 0 2 0 0
TOTAL.................. 54 11 13 24 112 .098 9-40 -19 3 1 0