Thread: Player Discussion: Olympics in Sochi 2014
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02-13-2013, 10:38 PM
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jfc64
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Originally Posted by LiveeviL View Post
Sweden really got a great pool of D-men to choose from so Edler might be left out which tells how crazy good our D pool is. Still, he does produce (only second to Karlsson of swedish D in PPG last season) and he is big and can lay big hits. I could see him paired with a defensively gifted D-man. Him and Karlsson might be to risky at the top.

PP Karlsson - Edler
PK Hedman - Kronwall

OEL- Karlsson
Hjalmarsson - Edler
Kronwall - Hedman

Good, but there is just not room:
Enström
Larsson
Gunnarsson
Strålman (he need to pick it up, but he got it)
One thing is certain. We COULD put a very talented team on ice. The question is if we will win a tournament with it. One possible scenario is that we put the Krügers, Josefssons and Silfverbergs on the ice together with our "fantasy" defense. In that case all I want is another pysical defenseman together with Hedman. At forward we have three good lines where no players will become worse. So there is room for a breakthrough player or two until then which will make our team EVEN better. We might avoid our defense not being able to take care of opposing forwards. Dribbla!

Talented team

Zetterberg - Steen - Franzén (Josefsson)
Sedin - Sedin - Krüger
Eriksson - Bäckstroke - Silfverberg
Hagelin - Berglund - Landeskog
Zibanejad

OEL - Karlsson
Kronwall - Hedman
Hjalmarsson - Enström
Brodin

Lundquist Lindbäck Fasth


Reserves:

Hörnqvist Alfredsson

Edler Larsson
Gunnarsson Ericsson
Tallinder Grossmann

Hedberg Enroth


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