The Swedish Elite League's regular season wrapped up on Friday and Anton Lander's season ended along with it. But Lander's last game of the year - and possibly his last ever with Timrå - was one to remember. Lander got an assist on the first goal of the game and then scored the game-winner in the third period to help Timrå to a 2-1 victory, and while that wasn't enough to get his team into the playoffs, it was enough to guarantee that they wouldn't need to play in the Relegation tournament (the Kvalserien). Lander ends the year with 11 goals and 15 assists in 49 games, as well as a -13 rating (+27 -40) and a 49.3% faceoff percentage. The Oilers will need to sign Lander to an entry-level contract before June 1st in order to retain his rights.