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KRM 01-21-2012 04:10 PM

Timrå and ...
 
With 15 games remaining of the season for most teams, which team do you predict joins Timrå in Kvalserien?

svartgul 01-21-2012 05:45 PM

Could be anyone but I said it would be Timrå and Modo before the season started so I'll stick with that, but Djurgården sure are in a tough spot and I see them as the morally weakest team of the bunch and least likely to get themselves together if they slip down too far.

Systemfel 01-21-2012 06:54 PM

Gonna have to go with DIF as well, especially with Tjärnqvist out for a while. Färjestad and Linköping are only going to get better.

LiveeviL 01-22-2012 01:58 AM

DIF will find a way, I go with Växjö.

Everlasting 01-22-2012 04:19 AM

Hey... this is not fair.

Ever heard of miracles? :sarcasm:

Glory 01-22-2012 10:13 AM

I gotta say Djurgården :shakehead
We really suck

KRM 01-22-2012 10:39 AM

A quick look at the schedule makes me think DIF has the toughest road ahead of them of the bottom teams as well. But they have two games on LHC and Modo so I hope they can prevail. I go with Modo, LHC has better goaltending and untapped offensive potential.

cheerupmurray 01-22-2012 12:45 PM

Things look bleak for us, I think Hardy Nilsson isn't the right trainer, a bit depressing year, j-20 and j-18 isn't doing very well either.

Glory 01-22-2012 04:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cheerupmurray (Post 42906789)
Things look bleak for us, I think Hardy Nilsson isn't the right trainer, a bit depressing year,

Agreed. Good thing this is his last season, just hope it isn't too late..
Looking at our team last games with Tjärna, Nilson, Ölvestad, Mika etc out, that is just sad

Can't understand how Mattias Carlsson gets so much icetime, I mean even Weigel have looked better the two games he played now

joe89 01-23-2012 12:45 AM

I say AIK.

His Beardliness* 01-23-2012 06:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by joe89 (Post 42952319)
I say AIK.

Fasth won't allow it.

I think Linköping, actually. There's seems to be to much unrest in that team at the moment.

KRM 01-25-2012 04:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by His Beardliness (Post 42985317)
I think Linköping, actually. There's seems to be to much unrest in that team at the moment.

Watching their game against Luleå today was painful, after seeing that I doubt they have the capacity to make the playoffs, if they're lucky they might avoid kvalserien.

vico555 01-25-2012 04:54 PM

LHC
Färjestad wins Le Mat,Remember were you heard it first

Howe Elbows 9 01-28-2012 12:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LiveeviL (Post 42894587)
DIF will find a way, I go with Växjö.

Just like Fasth won't allow AIK to be in this year's Kvalserien, I don't think Gerber will allow it either.

KRM 01-31-2012 02:44 PM

19:59... That must sting for Djurgården.

LiveeviL 02-16-2012 03:15 AM

Tough games now in the lower part of the series.

Djurgården has to crawl away from the regulation spot, on the behalf of Linköping. Växjö is tied with Modo for the play off spot (Modo is ahead though) and AIK has not salvaged its play off spot yet.

I predict that the final change in the bottom 5 is that Linköping and Djurgården swap places.

Howe Elbows 9 02-16-2012 03:33 AM

Remaining games for the two teams currently with 62 points:

Linköping:
Feb 16: @ Växjö
Feb 18: @ AIK
Feb 21: Brynäs
Feb 23: @ Timrå
Feb 25: Frölunda
Feb 28: @ Djurgården
Mar 1: Skellefteå
Mar 3: HV71
Mar 6: @ Modo

Djurgården:
Feb 16: AIK
Feb 18: @ Luleå
Feb 21: @ Färjestad
Feb 23: Växjö
Feb 25: @ Skellefteå
Feb 28: Linköping
Mar 1: @ Timrå
Mar 3: Modo
Mar 6: @ HV71

If both teams remain close to each other in the standings, it might get really interesting on February 28...

LiveeviL 02-28-2012 07:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dolorous Edd (Post 44240817)
Remaining games for the two teams currently with 62 points:

Linköping:
Feb 16: @ Växjö
Feb 18: @ AIK
Feb 21: Brynäs
Feb 23: @ Timrå
Feb 25: Frölunda
Feb 28: @ Djurgården
Mar 1: Skellefteå
Mar 3: HV71
Mar 6: @ Modo

Djurgården:
Feb 16: AIK
Feb 18: @ Luleå
Feb 21: @ Färjestad
Feb 23: Växjö
Feb 25: @ Skellefteå
Feb 28: Linköping
Mar 1: @ Timrå
Mar 3: Modo
Mar 6: @ HV71

If both teams remain close to each other in the standings, it might get really interesting on February 28...

It is, this game should be worth watching - even for the NA people if they want to see some desperate hockey.

Howe Elbows 9 02-29-2012 02:39 AM

With so much at stake for both teams, I'm not too surprised that Djurgården - Linköping went to the shootout.

Djurgården, 72 points, -20 GD
Mar 6: @ HV71

Linköping, 71 points, -17 GD
Mar 6: @ Modo


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