I know some posters will be concerned about talk of playing back in Sweden. I can't blame him for enjoying being home./QUOTE]
The way he said it wasnt like Yea i want to be here or anything, the way he said it was more like your never garanteed a spot in the nhl.
Thanks for the post - some interesting stuff there. 105 kgs is pretty good for someone who's traveled around all summer... :sarcasm: 231 pounds He's very strong and balanced which makes him hard to take the puck away from him.
I know some posters will be concerned about talk of playing back in Sweden. I can't blame him for enjoying being home. I do hope he continues to progress and be sure not to allow entitlement to creep in. He endured some adversity last year, so hopefully this year, he'll set the league on fire. He'll be good for several highlight reels at least.
For a small guy its pretty decent.
Before I completely detatched a ligament in my arm I could do multiple sets of 200lbs easily.
That was pretty much warming up weight.
Curious whether the quoted amount is something he can do one rep only or in sets.
“I learned a lot in Oklahoma City,” he explained. “The ice and systems are a lot different than they were in Sweden. I think it was good that I got the opportunity to play in the post-season there as well.
“We didn't go very far, but the experience was really good and I think I'm a better player because I got that chance.”
On earning a spot on the team
“I can only do my best and push it every day and take bigger steps than last year,” he said. “Hopefully I can start the season here and have a good year.