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03-15-2009, 01:07 PM
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Anton Gustafsson?

Karlsson and Tedenby will most likely play at home next season.

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Anton Gustafsson?

Karlsson and Tedenby will most likely play at home next season.
if he is injury free yes

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MSP – Jacob Josefsson – Anton Lander
Mattias Tedenby – Marcus Krüger – Andre Petersson
Anton Rödin – Jakob Silfverberg – Henrik Thegel
Marcus Johansson – Anton Gustafsson – Carl Klingberg

OEL – Erik Karlsson
Tim Erixon – David Rundblad
Simon Bertilsson – Alexander Urbom

Jacob Markström
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06-29-2009, 11:43 AM
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Which players will be eligble for WJC 2010?

I simple wonder which players we can see in Team Sweden for WJC 2010?


All of this years draft players will be eligable, right? and the rest?

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06-29-2009, 11:50 AM
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G : Jacob Markström

D : Tim Erixon
D : Victor Hedman
D : Erik Karlsson
D : David Rundblad

F : Marcus Johansson
F : Jacob Josefson
F : André Petersson
F : Magnus Pääjärvi-Svensson
F : Mattias Tedenby

All from the last WJC.

Some of the others that may get in to the team...

Carl Klingberg
Anton Rödin
Jakob Silfverberg
Henrik Eriksson
Markus Krüger
Gabriel Landeskog
Alexander Urbom
Victor Öhman
Mattias Ekholm
Adam Larsson

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06-29-2009, 11:58 AM
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G : Jacob Markström

D : Tim Erixon
D : Victor Hedman
D : Erik Karlsson
D : David Rundblad

F : Marcus Johansson
F : Jacob Josefson
F : André Petersson
F : Magnus Pääjärvi-Svensson
F : Mattias Tedenby

All from the last WJC.

Some of the others that may get in to the team...

Carl Klingberg
Anton Rödin
Jakob Silfverberg
Henrik Eriksson
Markus Krüger
Gabriel Landeskog
Alexander Urbom
Victor Öhman
Mattias Ekholm
Adam Larsson
Thank you!

What about Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Anton Lander and Robin Lehner?

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06-29-2009, 12:08 PM
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Thank you!

What about Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Anton Lander and Robin Lehner?
Yes, them too.

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06-29-2009, 12:37 PM
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All of this years draft players will be eligable, right? and the rest?
Everyone is eligible, you don't have too be drafted to be on the team.

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Everyone is eligible, you don't have too be drafted to be on the team.
But how old can you be? Do a player must be 19 years old or is it okay if he turns 20 the same year?

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06-29-2009, 01:15 PM
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Tedenby - Josefsson - Johansson

MPS - Lander - Petersson

Rodin - Gustavsson - Klingberg

Wallén - Landskog - Silfverberg





Hedman - Karlsson

Erixon - Rundblad

OEL - Larsson



Lehner
Markstrom


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But how old can you be? Do a player must be 19 years old or is it okay if he turns 20 the same year?
They must be born 1990 or later.

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I am glad to see Silfverberg on some of your lists. I certainly hope he can make the team! THe more Sens prospects playing the better!

A Petersson
Karlsson
Silfverberg
Lehner

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My prediction.

I predicted a roster for 2 times.

Last year's prediction result was 16/22. Pretty good I would say.

So, for next year I predict:

Paajarvi-Lander-Klingberg
Tedenby-Josefson-Petersson
Ohman-Gustafsson-Johansson
Eriksson-Lundberg-Bjorklund
Silfverberg

Hedman
Karlsson
Rundblad
T.Erixon
Urbom
Bozic
Ekman-Larsson
Myllari(It's very possible that Hedman will be in NHL next year)

Markstrom
Ericsson

Will change my prediction a bit, Landeskog, Rodin and Kruger instead of Eriksson, Lundberg and Ohman.

Also Adam Larsson instead of Bozic.

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For anyone that has seen Silfverberg play in person, could they please describe to me the type of player he is?

Thanks!

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With Hedman hopefully there the defence top 5 is set in stone, but who should get the remaining spots? IMO we should go with with a couple of big guys, two of Ekholm, Urbom, Andersson, Blomqvist, and Svedberg.

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With Hedman hopefully there the defence top 5 is set in stone, but who should get the remaining spots? IMO we should go with with a couple of big guys, two of Ekholm, Urbom, Andersson, Blomqvist, and Svedberg.
with hedman in tampa, i think karlsson, rundblad, erixon, OEL and bertilsson are locks. urbom should be on the team too. and the 7th will be a hard battle. i'd give it to blomqvist for now.

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with hedman in tampa, i think karlsson, rundblad, erixon, OEL and bertilsson are locks. urbom should be on the team too. and the 7th will be a hard battle. i'd give it to blomqvist for now.
I'm hoping for a Möller solution, Mårts promise Tampa that Hedman will be captain and they let's him go for the added experience of leading his country to a gold medal.

I don't see what Bertilsson brings to the table with Karlsson, Rundblad, Erixon, and Ekman-Larsson already there. Better bring some grit and size

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Adam Larsson 6'3 220
Anton Myllari 6'2 238

Don't forget about this players.

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I'm hoping for a Möller solution, Mårts promise Tampa that Hedman will be captain and they let's him go for the added experience of leading his country to a gold medal.
it's possible, but a different situation IMO. moller was one of many in LA. hedman on the other hand is the new face of the tampa D. they will try to use him to sell tickets. of course "captain of swedish WJC team" sounds marketable too. tough decision.

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I don't see what Bertilsson brings to the table with Karlsson, Rundblad, Erixon, and Ekman-Larsson already there. Better bring some grit and size
i think 5 puckmovers and two big guys is fine. with hedman though bertilsson would be out. i think urbom is safe though. he's a nice guy.

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I don't see what Bertilsson brings to the table with Karlsson, Rundblad, Erixon, and Ekman-Larsson already there. Better bring some grit and size


Bertilsson has grit.

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I'm hoping for a Möller solution, Mårts promise Tampa that Hedman will be captain and they let's him go for the added experience of leading his country to a gold medal.
On the other hand, Möller got a nasty injury out of it, something you absolutely don't want to happen to a top prospect. But hopefully Tampa can let him go for a couple of weeks, might depend how the start turns out for him/tampa though.

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Adam Larsson 6'3 220
Anton Myllari 6'2 238

Don't forget about this players.
Is Adam Larsson really that big? Wow what a big kid!

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I'm hoping for a Möller solution, Mårts promise Tampa that Hedman will be captain and they let's him go for the added experience of leading his country to a gold medal.

I don't see what Bertilsson brings to the table with Karlsson, Rundblad, Erixon, and Ekman-Larsson already there. Better bring some grit and size

The only way Hedman goes to the juniors is if Tampa is out of the playoffs. Oscar was a 2nd round pick as opposed to Viktor, a 2nd overall pick. He's already in their top 4 four

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For anyone that has seen Silfverberg play in person, could they please describe to me the type of player he is?

Thanks!
'Eliteprospects' has a pretty accurate description:

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Silfverberg is a strong skating two-way forward with good hockey sense. He is a very smart and mature player and is solid both offensively and defensively. Silfverberg has good technical skills and plays with plenty of intensity.
I've seen him a several times and just have to add that he's that kind of player that NEVER gives up – true warrior on the ice...

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I believe Landeskog should make this WJC team, especially since we risk losing some players to NHL or so.

I doubt Hedman will be on our WJC team. I'd say landeskog could make a real impact even at his early age.

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