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10-01-2011, 05:45 PM
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Great arguement youre just jealous that brynas are one of the best sel teams letting talents play. You cant deny it.
Brynäs don't even have a junior in their lineup this year.
Djurgården rocks!

2009/2010 Josefson, Krüger, Cehlin, Brodin, H. Eriksson
2010/2011 Norman, Cehlin, Zibanejad, Claesson
2011/2012 Åberg, Claesson, Gustafsson, Blomstrand

Now that's a junior friendly team. Some teams fill their rosters with a million senior players so the juniors don't get a chance (like Brynäs this season), some teams don't.

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10-01-2011, 06:00 PM
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Great arguement youre just jealous that brynas are one of the best sel teams letting talents play. You cant deny it.
Brynas couldn't/haven't/didn't make room for two of their 2010 2nd rounders Wannstrom and Rensfeldt this year though. At some point you have to earn it, even with Brynas.

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10-01-2011, 06:12 PM
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Brynäs don't even have a junior in their lineup this year.
Johan Larsson?

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10-01-2011, 06:57 PM
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Johan Larsson?
Ehrm forgot about him.

Still I don't think Brynäs should be a rolemodel for how SEL-teams should deal with youngsters. Brynäs have signed too many forwards for my liking. To keep Wännström and Rhodin as 13th and 14th forwards will just hurt their development. Right now they have a good junior team but no chance at all for any junior forward to get any playing time in SEL. They have a great junior program, but are not awesome at making room for/ handling their talent.

Good thing they have sent Berglind down to SEL-2 at least.

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10-02-2011, 01:32 PM
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Ehrm forgot about him.

Still I don't think Brynäs should be a rolemodel for how SEL-teams should deal with youngsters. Brynäs have signed too many forwards for my liking. To keep Wännström and Rhodin as 13th and 14th forwards will just hurt their development. Right now they have a good junior team but no chance at all for any junior forward to get any playing time in SEL. They have a great junior program, but are not awesome at making room for/ handling their talent.

Good thing they have sent Berglind down to SEL-2 at least.

dont be ridiculous brynas has the youngest team in the league. Which team is a rolemodel in your opinion?

frolunda is old as **** and collberg will be wasted there.

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10-03-2011, 08:26 PM
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dont be ridiculous brynas has the youngest team in the league. Which team is a rolemodel in your opinion?

frolunda is old as **** and collberg will be wasted there.
http://eliteprospects.com/league_hom...eid=1&sort=age

SAIK has the youngest team(25.16), Brynas the 5th youngest(25.52) and Frolunda the 7th youngest(25.71). Time to stop posting things out of the air and contribute to a healthy discussion about the prospects instead?

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10-04-2011, 02:23 PM
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What a game by Jesper Fasth... and the whole game.. wow.. just wow

Aik up with 7-2 with 12 minutes to go... HV71 ties it within 5 minutes :O

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10-04-2011, 05:09 PM
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Collberg with a really good game today.

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...and Joakim Nordström (Chicago) scored his first SEL goal.

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10-04-2011, 05:18 PM
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Weird coaching by Kenta today. Collberg was the most dangerous player on the ice but he was not given much icetime in the end when Frolunda tried to catch up. At least he´s been called up.

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10-04-2011, 06:06 PM
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Weird coaching by Kenta today. Collberg was the most dangerous player on the ice but he was not given much icetime in the end when Frolunda tried to catch up. At least he´s been called up.
Agree, though it was only one shift where he sat before they tied the game. But benching your most dynamic player of the game in the final minutes, even just for one shift, really grinds my gears.

The way Collberg charmed the crows tonigh he really forced Kenta's hand. From now on he')l have to play him, at least on home ice.

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10-05-2011, 01:16 AM
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What a game by Jesper Fasth... and the whole game.. wow.. just wow

Aik up with 7-2 with 12 minutes to go... HV71 ties it within 5 minutes :O
Jesper had 1 G and 4 A. Wow indeed for how that game developed.

In Gothenburg Hellberg played his second Elitserien game and made 21 saves on 24 shots. Färjestad won in OT which means that after eight games for them they still haven't won in regulation.

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Any updates on Ludwig Blomstrand, Peter Andersson, and Henrik Tommernes?

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10-05-2011, 12:31 PM
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Any updates on Ludwig Blomstrand, Peter Andersson, and Henrik Tommernes?
Blomstrand has 3 assists in 5 games for the Djurgården J20. He's also been dressed for the SEL-team 4 times, mostly sat on the bench but he saw a fair amount of ice time against Färjestad away as a fourth line checker. Looked pretty good.

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10-05-2011, 12:32 PM
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17 year old defenceman Luvdig Byström made his SEL debut last night for Modo. He played simple and did a solid game, definitely a kid to keep an eye on.

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Allsvenskan
Pathrik Westerholm (Vancouver) 1+1
William Karlsson (Anaheim) 0+1
Tim Heed (Anaheim) 0+1

Juniors
Max Friberg (Anaheim) 1+0
Sebastian Wännström (St.Louis) 0+1
Emil Molin (Dallas) 0+1

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10-05-2011, 04:13 PM
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Any updates on Ludwig Blomstrand, Peter Andersson, and Henrik Tommernes?
Overall, Tommernes has probably been the fifth or sixth best defenseman on his team. He still needs defensive polish. Takes too many unnecessary risks with the puck.

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The way Collberg charmed the crows tonigh he really forced Kenta's hand. From now on he')l have to play him, at least on home ice.
He's in against Linkoping tomorrow as well!

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10-06-2011, 02:59 AM
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what's up with Emil Lundberg. He looks like a talented, versatile player, seems to be doing well so far in the Allsvenskan. On top of that he's 6'4 209. I know it's still early but I don't hear a lot about him.

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10-06-2011, 10:52 AM
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what's up with Emil Lundberg. He looks like a talented, versatile player, seems to be doing well so far in the Allsvenskan. On top of that he's 6'4 209. I know it's still early but I don't hear a lot about him.
Someone will give you better info, but as far as I can recall he is a bit slow. If he can improve his skating I would think that NHL-teams would be interested in a skilled guy with a great frame.

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10-07-2011, 12:31 PM
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Nick Sörensen is going to play his first game in the QMJHL tonight in Quebec on the first line with Frederick Roy and Mikhail Grigorenko.

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Filip Forsberg scored his first goal of the season. Ducks prospect William Karlsson with 2 goals.

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10-08-2011, 08:04 AM
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Nick Sörensen's first QMJHL goal. Second goal in the vid:


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Nick Sörensen's first QMJHL goal. Second goal in the vid:

Is that arabic?

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Is that arabic?
Can't tell if serious?.......

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Is that arabic?


He does a swell job pronouncing Nick Sörensen. Much better than american commentators pronounce any swedish nhl players names.

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