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08-28-2005, 03:56 AM
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Salo and Oduya in versus Italy
Frölunda versus Italy in France. A different match-up. But that's how exhibitions are.
Frölunda arrived to Morzine this tuesday. The team has practiced twice since then. Today it's time for the second exhibition of the season.
The two new acquisitions Tommy Salo and Johnny Oduya joins the team. Apart from that there are no changes since the match against Färjestad in Lysekil last week.
Latest news from Morzine is that Martin Plüss skips todays match versus Italy.
-Martin feels a light injury in his back, so he's resting today, says Christer Kellgren, Frölunda Indians' director of sports, from Morzine.
The turn-overs will be important tomorrow. As will it be to see how our young-guns can stand up against a National team, says "Lillis" from Morzine.
Frölunda's fourth line today looks exciting. A pure junior line where four out of five players are born in 1986. Danish Madsen is even born in 1987!
Morten Madsen, Sebastian Karlsson and Anton Axelsson forms together with Richard Demén-Willaume and Mathias Porseland an exciting future formation.
Italy's national team are todays opponents. An entire new opponent for Frölunda.
-Italy can beat the nations in the A-group in the WC's in some games. So this will be a good match for us, says Stephan "Lillis" Lundh, who's faced Italy as General Manager for a national team and also seen the Italians during practice in Morzine.
Remember Tre Kronor's 0-0 versus Italy in Prague-WC 1992 and 3-3 in Vienna in 1996.
-They play a North American hockey and have many big players. They've re-newed their team and have many young, hungry and talented players, so it'll be an interesting match for us, says "Lillis" about the match which'll be played on the small rink in the little arena Palais des Sports in Morzine.
The arena holds a little more than 1000 persons, and the interest for hockey is huge in the French city. This afternoon the arena will be sold out when Frölunda takes on Italy.
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