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05-29-2013, 07:53 AM
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jfc64
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Originally Posted by Systemfel View Post
It's 22 skaters, 3 goalies.
14 + 8 + 3 then? Or maybe 13 + 9 + 3 (Enström instead of Zibanejad in my case, terrible me picking Enström last all the time). Good news for Edler. He can be the incoming no. 8 or no. 9 guy, providing both playmaking and some physics.

Sedin - Sedin - Eriksson
Zetterberg - Bäckström - Franzén
Hagelin - Berglund - Hörnqvist
Steen - Lundqvist - Landeskog
(Zibanejad) - Krüger - (Alfredsson)

Ekman-Larsson - Karlsson / Enström
Hjalmarsson - Hedman
Kronwall - Ericsson
Gunnarsson - Edler / Kronwall

Lundqvist / Enroth
Markström / Lehner



Age structure:

41 Afredsson (C)
34 Franzén
33 Sedin Sedin H (A) Zetterberg (A) Kronwall
31 Lundqvist Lundqvist Kronwall
29 Steen Ericsson Enström
28 Eriksson
27 Edler Hörnqvist Gunnarsson
26 Bäckström Hjalmarsson
25 Berglund Hagelin Enroth
24 Markström
23 Karlsson Hedman Krüger
22 Ekman-Larsson
21 Landeskog
20 Zibanejad



Some kind of depth chart: 35

Some kind of depth chart:

Daniel Sedin Henrik Sedin Loui Eriksson
Henrik Zetterberg Nicklas Bäckström Johan Franzén
Carl Hagelin Alexander Steen Patric Hörnqvist
Marcus Krüger Patrik Berglund Gabriel Landeskog
Oscar Lindberg Marcus Johansson Jimmie Ericsson
Niklas Persson Joel Lundqvist Gustav Nyquist

Erik Karlsson Victor Hedman
Oliver Ekman Larsson Alexander Edler
Niklas Kronwall Jonathan Ericsson
Niklas Hjalmarsson Johnny Oduya
Jonas Brodin Nicklas Grossman
Erik Gustafsson Henrik Tallinder
Douglas Murray

Henrik Lundqvist
Jhonas Enroth
Robin Lehner


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