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01-26-2005, 01:10 AM
FHM 13 researcher
Join Date: Feb 2004
International appearances: 47 J-games.
Years in Almtunas A-team: Debutant
First club: Knivsta IK
Previous clubs: Knivsta IK, Modo Hockey, ÖSK, IF Sundsvall Hockey.
Drafted by: Edmonton Oilers (4th round, 111th pick, 2002)
Favourite food: Meat
Favourite music: Heavy Metal
Dream car: Ferrari 360 GTC – red.
Favourit movie: TopGun
Favourit artist: Metallica
My strenghts as a hockeyplayer:
I can become better at:
Best hockey related memory from last season:
Best player I've played with:
Andreas Salomonsson, Modo. He's a complete player. Very fast, can score and plays with a good attitude.
Worst player I've played against:
Ilya Kovalchuk, he was too good.
A team/player I look forward to meet this season:
Johan Thelin in Sundsvall. E gritty player that I know well and I'll piss him off before first faceoff.
What do you think of Almtunas chances in the series this season:
Good chances, we'll place better than last season. What it means, we'll see.
Which teams will battle for the places in SuperAllsvenskan from NHA:
Almtuna, Sundvall, Skellefteå AIK, Björklöven, Leksand and Bofors.
Which player(s) in Almtuna can you hint the crowd to keep an extra eye on this season, and why:
I think and hope it's our keepers. They're both very good and the keeper is very important to make a team good.
What do you think of the changes to one allsvenska to the next season?
It's good that all teams are in one series. You need tough games to develop and it's more entertaining for the crowd if the teams are on an equal level.
The cooperation between Djurgården/Brynäs and Almtuna, is that an extra challenge for you as a player? If so what/how?
Yes. Because I hope to get a chance to play for any of the SEL teams.
Do you think it will be a conflict in the NHL and IF it'll be, how do you think it'll affect Swedish hockey/Almtuna?
The level will rise, but on a long term I don't think it's good. Too many good players will end up outside of SEL/Allsvenskan.
Except for hockey I prefer doing:
Spend time with my girlfriend and friends, sail, play golf and watch Friends.
"I've heard that":
Johan Agu once on McDonalds in Örnsköldsvik claimed that he was bottomless, which means he could eat how much he wanted.
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