2013-14: Played his first full pro season with Providence/AHL with 3-5=8 totals and 17 PIM although a series of injuries limited him to just 28 games.
2012-13: Signed an amateur try-out agreement with Providence/AHL at the conclusion of his college season and played ten games with the AHL Bruins with 4-1=5 totals in those contests ... Played his first professional game on Mar. 22 vs. Bridgeport Sound and scored his first pro goal on Mar. 30 vs. Hershey.
COLLEGE: Played four seasons of college hockey at Harvard University with 33-37=70 totals and 72 penalty minutes in 114 career college games ... Led the Crimson in scoring in his senior season with 21 points in 32 games ... Was named an ECAC Hockey All-Academic selection in 2011-12.
JUNIORS: Played nine games in the USHL for the Ohio Junior Blue Jackets prior to entering college.
TRANSACTIONS: Minnesota's fourth pick, 116th overall, in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft ... Traded to Boston by Minnesota with Craig Weller and 2011 second round draft pick (Alexander Khokhlachev) for Chuck Kobasew, Oct. 18, 2009.
ETC: Full name, Alexander Carl Fallstrom ... Nickname, Alex ... Single ... Earned his degree from Harvard University in Economics ... Lettered in golf and tennis in addition to hockey while in high school at Shattuck St. Mary's School in Minnesota ... Twitter, @alexfallstrom16.
CONTRACT STATUS: Is in year two of a two-year entry level contract.