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06-02-2009, 01:33 AM
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Tedenby selected 40th overall in KHL draft

Mattias Tedenby, the Devils first round pick from the 20008 draft and currently ranked #1 on the Devils prospect rankings, was selected by Atlant in the second round, 40th overall in the KHL Junior draft.

I couldn't find any info or a press release from Atlant regarding the pick, but Tedenby wasn't the only NHL draft pick taken in the draft. Can any of our European friends let us know how likely it is we lose him to the Russians?

Source: http://en.khl.ru/news/2009/6/1/13671.html

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From what has already been discussed, it seems like it's unlikely.

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I think there's probably ZERO chance of Tedenby going to the KHL. But then again, the way the Devils treat their prospects these days we shouldn't be surprised either if Tedenby leaves for the KHL after 5 years or so in the AHL.........

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I think there's probably ZERO chance of Tedenby going to the KHL. But then again, the way the Devils treat their prospects these days we shouldn't be surprised either if Tedenby leaves for the KHL after 5 years or so in the AHL.........
Which prospects? The ones like Parise, Martin, Zajac and Clarkson, that proved they could play in the NHL, and are now regulars? Or the ones like Bergfors and Vrana who have never played well enough to earn spots?

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What a waste of a second round pick, but I doubt there are too many quality players you can get in the 2nd round at a KHL draft.

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Which prospects? The ones like Parise, Martin, Zajac and Clarkson, that proved they could play in the NHL, and are now regulars? Or the ones like Bergfors and Vrana who have never played well enough to earn spots?
Outside of the first game, Parise *stunk* his rookie year until abouts the streak started.

here's his game-log.

http://sports.yahoo.com/nhl/players/...vLYF?year=2005

on Dec 26th, he stood at (removing game 1)

34GP 4-3-7 -9

he eventually saw his icetime cut, but he was never left to die. I don't know that if Bergfors or Vrana got a regular shift, they would have topped this in the "bad" department.

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lol @ Taylor Hall being drafted at 89.

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Tedenby's got another year in Sweden, the Devils aren't rushing him, and I don't think he'll join the KHL unless his future NHL options don't exist.

i am willing to bet he speaks better English than Russian too

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i am willing to bet he speaks better English than Russian too
Maybe, but I am willing to bet the USD/SEK versus the RUB/SEK exchange rate at the appropriate time could factor in as well.

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Outside of the first game, Parise *stunk* his rookie year until abouts the streak started.

here's his game-log.

http://sports.yahoo.com/nhl/players/...vLYF?year=2005

on Dec 26th, he stood at (removing game 1)

34GP 4-3-7 -9

he eventually saw his icetime cut, but he was never left to die. I don't know that if Bergfors or Vrana got a regular shift, they would have topped this in the "bad" department.
On that team Bergfors or Vrana would have caused Larry Robinson to leave town before the end of November. Gionta and Mogilny were the only players scoring goals. The team was 11th in the East, with a losing record. Elias was sick. Kozlov, Mogilny (with one leg) and Brylin were playing 16 minutes a night. Parise was playing 12. He was needed. If Bergfors or Vrana had been the players they are now they would have been playing; probably not as well as Parise was, however.

If Parise sat, the players dressed in his stead were Tallackson, Pihlman or Suglobov. Parise acquitted himself admirably. Some would suggest being on that team prior to Christmas was close to being "left to die". He was playing on a line with Sergei Brylin and Grant Marshall most of that autumn so his stats are not surprising. In my opinion he showed more than Bergfors or Vrana have been able to. Perhaps their misfortune has been the amount of forward depth available on far stronger teams when they have had to try to break in. On the other hand, if Parise had been given a shot on a stronger team, I think he would have been more likely to show enough confidence and nous to stick. His stats would certainly have been better than they were in the trainwreck that constituted his NHL baptism.

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