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04-22-2013, 01:03 AM
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AHL regular season ended.

The good:
Robin Lehner: 93.8 SV% (1st), 3 SO.
Niklas Svedberg: 92.5 SV% (3rd), 4 SO, 37 W (2nd). AHL Goalie OTY.
Magnus Hellberg: 92.4 SV% (4th), 6 SO (2nd).
Jacob Markström: 92.0 SV% (12th), 3 SO.

Gustav Nyquist: 58 games, 23 goals, 37 assists, +10.
Johan Larsson: 69 games, 16 goals, 24 assists, -2.
Johan Sundström: 59 games, 11 goals, 21 assists, +7.
Jacob Silfverberg: 34 games, 13 goals, 16 assists, +4.
Joakim Andersson: 36 games, 10 goals, 16 assists, +1.
David Ullström: 33 games, 9 goals, 17 assists, +14.

David Rundblad: 50 games, 9 goals, 30 assists, +8.
Mattias Ekholm: 59 games, 10 goals, 22 assists, +15.
Adam Almqvist: 68 games, 10 goals, 21 assists, +13.
Tim Erixon: 40 games, 5 goals, 24 assists, +9.
Oliver Ekman-Larsson: 20 games, 7 goals, 14 assists, +5.

The bad:
Tedenby
Pääjärvi
Rödin
Klingberg
Sjögren
Wännström

The goalies did great.
The defensemen played good minutes for the most part, even the shutdown guys like Nemeth, Claesson and Dahlbeck. No shortage of good defensemen.
Severe lack of goalscoring among the forwards, just like in the NHL. Some forwards are running out of chances and some already returned home.

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