Montreal Canadiens’ rookie forward Sean Farrell has made a memorable entrance into the NHL, scoring his first goal on his very first shot in a game against the Florida Panthers. The 21-year-old Harvard University standout has demonstrated his potential for greatness with this solid start to his career.
Farrell spent the current season playing for Harvard University, where he showcased his exceptional offensive prowess, scoring 20 goals and contributing 33 assists in just 34 games. This impressive performance followed his first season at Harvard, during which he amassed 28 points in 24 games.
Described by EliteProspects’ 2020 NHL Draft Guide as “an undersized forward with elite playmaking ability,” Sean Farrell has certainly made a name for himself in the hockey world. He is noted for his adept passing skills, ability to find teammates in dangerous areas on offense, and his fearlessness in attempting highly difficult passing plays.