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U20 Sweden beats Russia 4-1, Sweden also beats Chechz with 5-0(four nations in Växjö)

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11-11-2004, 03:13 PM
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U20 Sweden beats Russia 4-1, Sweden also beats Chechz with 5-0(four nations in Växjö)

Sweden beat Russia 4-1.

1-0 Loui Eriksson assisted by Daniel Åhsberg
2-0 Johan Harju assisted by Johannes Salmonsson
3-0 Loui Eriksson assisted by Daniel Åhsberg
1-3 Dimitry Vorobjev assisted by Yakov Rylow
4-1 Linus Videll assisted by Carl Söderberg and Ola Svanberg

Shots: Sweden - Russia 20 - 27

GK David Rautio in sweden stopped 26 shots.

Lines:
GK KHUDOBIN, Anton

1st PERVYSHIN, Andrei - MEGALINSKY, Dmitry
GALIMOV, Alexander - SHAFIGULLIN, Grigory - GLAZACHEV, Konstantin

2st RYLOV, Yakov AKSENENKO, Alexander
PARSHIN, Denis - MALKIN, Evgeny - VOLOSHENKO, Roman

3st VOROBJEV, Dimitry - PANIN, Grigory
LISIN, Enver - PESTUNOV, Dimitri - MAKAROV, Konstantin

4st MISHARIN, Grigory - SELUYANOV, Vyacheslav
SALNIKOV, Sergei - OGORODNIKOV, Sergei - PESTUSHKO, Maxim


Swedish lines :
David Fredriksson - Carl Söderberg - Linus Videll
Nicklas Bergfors - Mikael Johansson - Robert Nilsson
Daniel Åhsberg - Linus Persson - Loui Eriksson
Johannes Salmonsson - Mattias Hellström - Johan Harju

Ola Svanberg - Nicklas Grossman
Anton Strålman - Elias Granath
Johan Fransson - Oscar Hedman
Niklas Andersson

David Rautio
(Christopher Heino-Lindbergh)


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Dmitry Vorobyev...

Good prospect we've got, nice to see him put up a goal.

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Dmitry Vorobyev...

Good prospect we've got, nice to see him put up a goal.

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1-0 Loui Eriksson assisted by Daniel Åhsberg
3-0 Loui Eriksson assisted by Daniel Åhsberg

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Stars prospects Grossman and Fransson had also good games. But as usual, I wasn't impressed with Elias Granath.

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Hmm, now to find a Russian Leafs fan living in Sweden...

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Stars prospects Grossman and Fransson had also good games. But as usual, I wasn't impressed with Elias Granath.
Good to hear...at first I questioned the selection of Grossman that high in the draft, but its starting to look like the scouts knew what they were doing.

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Yeah The Stars made two great moves in consecutive drafts by trading down. IMO it made up for the Martin Vagner pick. I'm glad they picked him though or else the Sharks might have taken him at 27 lol.

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Yeah The Stars made two great moves in consecutive drafts by trading down. IMO it made up for the Martin Vagner pick. I'm glad they picked him though or else the Sharks might have taken him at 27 lol.
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Stars prospects Grossman and Fransson had also good games. But as usual, I wasn't impressed with Elias Granath.

Who did Robert Nilsson play with? I've read he looked ok and had some PK time. Any thoughts?

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Yeah The Stars made two great moves in consecutive drafts by trading down. IMO it made up for the Martin Vagner pick. I'm glad they picked him though or else the Sharks might have taken him at 27 lol.
That #27 pick isn't looking too great himself... so I guess you're going with the lesser of the two busts... atleast for now.

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Who did Robert Nilsson play with?

Robert Nilsson played with top prospect Nicklas Bergfors, and was centered by Mikael Johansson.

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That #27 pick isn't looking too great himself... so I guess you're going with the lesser of the two busts... atleast for now.
Mike Morris at a bust? He stepped right out of high school to play for NE, one of the worst teams in NCAA the past two years, and he’s there go to guy, plus his play away from the puck is excellent, and his game translates very well into a good third liner with some offense. How can you call him a bust? Sure some guys behind him like Jim Slater look like better players, but I would never call Morris a bust. You haven’t seen him play have you?

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Mike Morris at a bust? He stepped right out of high school to play for NE, one of the worst teams in NCAA the past two years, and he’s there go to guy, plus his play away from the puck is excellent, and his game translates very well into a good third liner with some offense. How can you call him a bust? Sure some guys behind him like Jim Slater look like better players, but I would never call Morris a bust. You haven’t seen him play have you?

Morris is an an excellent prospect. He'll be a nice playmaking center for the Sharks in the not so distant future. I wouldn't expect a Leafs fan in Toronto to know that though.

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Sweden beats the Chechz 5-0.

Nicklas Bergfors ruled today. Loui Eriksson keeps going strong. Check out www.eliteprospects.com will have an article out soon.

Hmm. We have haven´t had a good team like this for the upcoming JWC in YEARS.

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Stars prospects Grossman and Fransson had also good games. But as usual, I wasn't impressed with Elias Granath.

How did Soderberg, Fredriksson, and Andrei Pervyshin look in the game?

I'm a bit surprised that Pervyshin was in the first pairing for Russia.

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Sweden beats the Chechz 5-0.

Nicklas Bergfors ruled today. Loui Eriksson keeps going strong. Check out www.eliteprospects.com will have an article out soon.

Hmm. We have haven´t had a good team like this for the upcoming JWC in YEARS.
What was the boxcore?

Any insight on the 4 Stars prospects is appreciated as well (Granath, Grossman, Fransson and Eriksson)..

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What was the boxcore?

Any insight on the 4 Stars prospects is appreciated as well (Granath, Grossman, Fransson and Eriksson)..
Loui scored and Grossman had an assist and I think 2 penalties.

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What was the boxcore?

Any insight on the 4 Stars prospects is appreciated as well (Granath, Grossman, Fransson and Eriksson)..
stats.swehockey.se

Just press on live button next to the game. You will see lineups, scoring and so on....

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