Swedish forwards development
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02-06-2013, 04:47 AM
Join Date: Apr 2009
Krüger might've been a later pick but he didn't have his breakthrough year until after he got drafted. He had two really productive SEL years. Watching him now with Chicago, he's playing high pressure situations already(3on5, 4on5, defending late leads and so on) and he's producing alright. I think one of his biggest assets is that he doesn't play small. Seems like a guy who has the smarts needed to succeed, and he'll stick around in the meanwhile due to his complete game.
In Josefson's case, he simply has to stay healthy.
Lander was never an offensive prospect too me.
Pääjärvi needs a trade and a fresh start. He can't get stuck in a defensive role just because Edmonton's stacked, those are not his main strengths.
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