|High School:||Chicago (USHL)|
2016-17 (Sophomore) - Game-By-Game Statistics
Scored a goal in an exhibition game against Alberta (Oct. 8)...scored his first goal of the season (power play) against UMass Lowell (Oct. 29)...returned from injury to score his first career shorthanded goal at Wisconsin (Dec. 2)...had a goal at St. Cloud State (Dec. 9)...had another goal at St. Cloud State (Dec. 10)...had a goal and two assists against Lake Superior State (Dec. 30)...had a goal and an assist against North Dakota (Jan. 7)...scored the game-winning goal against Miami (Jan. 21)...had a power play goal against Western Michigan (Feb. 10)...had two goals, one power play and one game winner, against Western Michigan (Feb. 11)...named NCHC Academic All-Conference and an NCHC Scholar Athlete...had a goal and an assist at North Dakota (Feb. 24)...established career highs for goals, assists and points.
2015-16 (Freshman) - Game-By-Game Statistics
Made his collegiate debut at Minnesota State and registered an assist for his first collegiate point (Oct. 9)...scored two goals, one on the power play, and had two assists at Vermont (Oct. 16) to set a team season high for points in a game...scored his first career game-winning goal vs. Minnesota Duluth (Nov. 7)...scored a goal and added an assist at Miami (Nov. 20)...scored a powerplay goal vs. Ohio State (Nov. 28)...had a goal and an assist vs. North Dakota (Feb. 26) to snap a 14-game goal-scoring drought...had a goal at Denver (March 5)...named to the NCHC Academic All-Conference Team.
Finished second in scoring for Chicago of the USHL in 2014-15 with 27 goals and 33 assists for 60 points…led the team in goals and tied for the team lead with seven power play goals…also had 14 penalty minutes…split the 2013-14 season between Chicago and Green Bay…in 117 career USHL games, totaled 33 goals and 48 assists for 81 points and 59 penalty minutes…drafted by the Chicago Blackhawks in the fourth round, 98th overall, in the 2014 Entry Draft.
Born May 27, 1996 in Helsingborg, Sweden...son of Hakan and Ulrika Olofsson...has two brothers, Gustav and Jesper...older brother, Gustav, played one year for Colordo College and is now a member of the Minnesota Wild organization...his father also played professional soccer in Sweden...majoring in business.