Jonathan Dahlen has returned.
The star Canucks prospect participated in training camp in Utica, before leaving to play in Sweden. Now he's coming back for a postseason run.
Dahlen had been playing for Timra IK, which is part of Sweden's second tier league. He scored a team-leading 23 goals and added 21 assists in 44 games to help the club get a promotion to the Swedish Elite League.
Dahlen joins Tyler Motte, Ashton Sautner, Nikolay Goldobin, Kole Lind and Lukas Jasek as the latest promising Vancouver prospect to head to Utica.
The Comets host the Crunch on Friday night, and have two more regular season games set for Saturday and Sunday before the postseason begins next week.
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