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10-05-2003, 01:13 AM
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Jonas Höglund heading home?

Released by Toronto and now fired by Florida.
It seems realistic to think that he'll return to Sweden and Europe.

Do you guys think he'll end up in Färjestad (the team he scored 32 goals in 40 games for ...before he left the SEL)?

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Would be nice. :/

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I can't see another team that will pick up Jonas - it's Färjestad or no team

Håkan Loob has probably already called him after he was released

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yeah, the feeling amongst most north american fans is that he is fairly useless as an nhl player (not that i believe that, particularly). wouldn't surprise me if he ends up back home shortly. he'll be a nice pick-up for a fantasy GM . i've also heard that Espen Knutsen has been put on waivers. if nobody grabs him, do you think he'd head back to Europe, or accept an assignment to the AHL?

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I don't get it really, Höglund might not be the best NHL:er there is but he is certainly not the worst of the lot.

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Just wondering, do you guys think that Hoglund could be interested in playing for the Canucks? I thought he was a pretty good player when he was in Toronto. He could probably get an offensive 'boost' if he can play on a line with Magnus Arvedson on the left and Mats Lindgren in the centre.

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Just wondering, do you guys think that Hoglund could be interested in playing for the Canucks? I thought he was a pretty good player when he was in Toronto. He could probably get an offensive 'boost' if he can play on a line with Magnus Arvedson on the left and Mats Lindgren in the centre.
Then just trade for Weinhandl or Berglund to play with the Sedins, and rename the team the Vancouver Swedes! I wonder if not Trevor Linden has some scandinavian ancestors judging by his name

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Then just trade for Weinhandl or Berglund to play with the Sedins, and rename the team the Vancouver Swedes! I wonder if not Trevor Linden has some scandinavian ancestors judging by his name
Of course, Trevor Lindén

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Just wondering, do you guys think that Hoglund could be interested in playing for the Canucks? I thought he was a pretty good player when he was in Toronto. He could probably get an offensive 'boost' if he can play on a line with Magnus Arvedson on the left and Mats Lindgren in the centre.
What a line! That would surely be the #1 line in any NHL team.

Wouldn't mind seeing Höglund back with Färjestad, but is there room on the roster?

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Of course, Trevor Lindén
It's either that or he has Dutch inheritage. The name Linden as it is spelled like that looks pretty dutch.

 
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Apparantly Linden is a German word. It's the name of a tree and a street in Berlin IIRC. Anyway, back on topic, Hoglund has signed with the Swiss club HC Davos:
http://www.hfboards.com/showthread.php?threadid=19741

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Apparantly Linden is a German word. It's the name of a tree and a street in Berlin IIRC. Anyway, back on topic, Hoglund has signed with the Swiss club HC Davos:
http://www.hfboards.com/showthread.php?threadid=19741

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Yeah, the word for Linden in swedish is Lind and a surname based on that is Lindén.

 
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