SEL gold mine?
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06-09-2010, 07:49 AM
Join Date: Apr 2006
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Short of Brunnström, those are all more or less washed up and at the end of their careers. Good if we can get players to come back(those players are not yet signed afaik tho) but overall not a great trade-off.
Well of course not. But as long as the SEL is the third league in terms of quality and money and doesn't have that much to offer apart from the social aspect, what do you expect?
Besides, those players returning may be old, but they're still pretty darn good. Probably better than most of the players leaving. Lilja, Wallin, Johnsson will all probably make more of an impact than Ullström, OEL and Rundblad would have this next season, or in the same vicinity. Although Rundblad and OEL has a heck much higher potential than those three I doubt that they'll fulfil their potential next season. Same goes for Brunnström, Modin, Nylander (well, maybe not so much, still a pretty good player though) and Bremberg compared to most of the forwards on the list of NHL-bound players.
On the other hand it's much more fun watching the talented young players than old geezers who seem to have been around forever.
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