Carson Lambos joined JYP U20 in October 2020 as the Western Hockey League season was postponed at the time. The 2003 born defenseman from Winnipeg, Canada came to Finland with high expectations. He was the second overall pick in the 2018 WHL Draft and had already made his mark in the league in 2019-20, amassing 32 points in 57 games for the Winnipeg Ice, the sixth most among all U17 skaters. He returned to Winnipeg for the start of the WHL season and has appeared in two games so far.
During his time in JYP's organization, Lambos played 13 games for the U20 team, as well as two games for the pro team in the Liiga and two games for the U18 squad. He logged more than 20 minutes of ice-time per game with the U20 team. He also played on special teams, moreso on the power play.
After watching a large portion of his games in the U20's, I thought Lambos displayed very good tools. On the other hand, I think some parts of his game clearly need work and polishing.