Victor Hedman was drafted second overall in 2009, behind only John Tavares. (Photo by Scott Audette/NHLI via Getty Images)
After sustaining a concussion that cost him a month of action last season, Victor Hedman upped his game for the Lightning and showed glimpses of his offensive potential. Hedman finished the year with five goals and 23 points in 61 games, well above his points-per-game average from his first two seasons.
Hedman will try to continue his progression towards elite status once the NHL season gets started, but in the meantime he is tuning his body with the help of SimpliFlow's FLOW Competitive Sports app. Hedman was in Toronto recently promoting the app and THN’s Ryan Kennedy caught up with the burly blueliner.
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