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06-29-2011, 03:55 PM
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Overrated imo he has a very low qualcomp and with his small size will become injury prone when switching to the smaller NA rink

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F Mathias Emilio Pettersen - Y2K born Norwegian - Youtube phenom



How has he done this year? Where is he, where is he going?

I have very limited knowledge about Norwegian hockey, and even more limited knowledge of their juniors. Kid is now 10? 11? Very young but you can see the potential, and I hope that the Norway's gift to hockey is pursuing a dream to become a NHL'er.

Any of you Norwegians know whats up with him lately?

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12-01-2011, 05:00 AM
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All I know is that I have been impatiently waiting for a new video to be put out

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12-01-2011, 05:30 AM
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Probably spent a year growing his hair to become the next Shampoo Knutsen.

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Probably spent a year growing his hair to become the next Shampoo Knutsen.
Its unfortunate every time I see that name I get a bad vibe.

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New video was just uploeaded 6 minutes ago. Coincidence?


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12-01-2011, 07:25 AM
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He's the next Toni Rajala.. just look at how small he is!!!!

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He's the next Toni Rajala.. just look at how small he is!!!!
My guess is that he is playing against kids older than him.

In the video, he is playing in Sweden, but the ending says Lorenskog Hockey, which is a Norwegean team.

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12-01-2011, 07:39 AM
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Is it just me or was his team playing against HV-71? If he plays in sweden that should be huge for his development.

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12-01-2011, 08:06 AM
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Is it just me or was his team playing against HV-71? If he plays in sweden that should be huge for his development.
Probably just a tournament. It says in the video that he plays in Norway. I would expect the whole family to move to Sweden in a few years.

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12-01-2011, 08:29 AM
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lets hope he pulls a sörensen

some swedish team will definitely pick him up soon


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Im happy to see him play with "good players" (with players who can shot the puck).

This guy is a more team player than before, look like he has everything. A good wrist shot, good pass, good faceoff, GREAT speed (new pavel bure?), great dekes....

I just hope we could get more info about where he plays, wich category, what he expect to do next...

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My guess is that he is playing against kids older than him.

In the video, he is playing in Sweden, but the ending says Lorenskog Hockey, which is a Norwegean team.
If you look at the ads it aint swedish

Okey until 2:10 it aint, then it is

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I did a little googling last night after seeing this thread. It looks like he plays for the U13 team (older competition) of a pro Norwegian team called Lorenskog IK. Based on their game schedule, it looks like they play against Norwegian, Swedish, some Finnish, and some Czech teams. They also seem to go to a bunch of different tournaments for that age group. It looks like they recently beat HV71, Mariestad, Linkoping, and some other teams to win a small tournament.

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Lørenskog their U13 teams participated this weekend in the HV71's tournament Prolymphia Trophy. This was a three-day tournament consisting of the initial group games and playoffs. Among the teams we met were well-known ambitious Swedish team Linkoping, Back, Mariestad and HV71. After a weekend full of strong performances, could Lorenskog 99 boys deserved lift the trophy after the final victory over Mariestad the mighty Kinnarps Arena on Sunday evening.

http://lik.no/Nyheter_list.asp?menuID=3699
Also, apparently they played in some sort of big U13 tournament back in September and MEP tied for the lead in the scoring race and was the only player from his team to be named to the All-Star Game. Here's an article about it: http://hockeynorge.no/index.php?opti...eam&Itemid=137

So I guess he's doing well which is nice to see, certainly seems on track to at the very least have a major junior career of some sort.

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I did a little googling last night after seeing this thread. It looks like he plays for the U13 team (older competition) of a pro Norwegian team called Lorenskog IK. Based on their game schedule, it looks like they play against Norwegian, Swedish, some Finnish, and some Czech teams. They also seem to go to a bunch of different tournaments for that age group. It looks like they recently beat HV71, Mariestad, Linkoping, and some other teams to win a small tournament.



Also, apparently they played in some sort of big U13 tournament back in September and MEP tied for the lead in the scoring race and was the only player from his team to be named to the All-Star Game. Here's an article about it: http://hockeynorge.no/index.php?opti...eam&Itemid=137

So I guess he's doing well which is nice to see, certainly seems on track to at the very least have a major junior career of some sort.
And that is against kids older than him? On Norway?

I hate hyping kids up but he has a chance of really carving out an impressive career. Hopefully he keeps it up.

By the way, as for the new video..he looks better than ever. So unselfish yet still so talented. Small? Not against those who are older in years where you should be getting a growth spurt. Wouldn't surprise me if he ends up at least 5"10 or 5"11. Either way, he's fast and is very talented..so that's a huge plus.

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12-01-2011, 10:05 AM
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Sweden hockey Trophy is the biggest kids tournament in Europe. He played with kids 1 year older than him and ended up on the all-star team. His team was ranked at number 21 in the tournament.

So far so good. Hope he keeps it up

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Odd to see him pass so much.

Most times, when a kid is clearly the best player on the team they will just score at will and will never pass. Clearly he likes to set his teammates up, which is nice to see.

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Odd to see him pass so much.

Most times, when a kid is clearly the best player on the team they will just score at will and will never pass. Clearly he likes to set his teammates up, which is nice to see.
Its like when the teacher plays hockey with the students.. it would look silly if he scored so he passes to the worse off kids so they can score too.

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12-01-2011, 10:24 AM
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His dad is only 5'9 / 176cm tall.

I hope Mathias Emilo grows taller.

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He seems to like feeding #22 in white a lot too..so definitely has a capable linemate I guess.

Really shows how unselfish the kid is..he could probably have way better numbers if he just held onto it.

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12-01-2011, 06:41 PM
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I know it's early, but he has some unreal skills and dekes, and his skating is amazing. Looks small, but plays vs. older kids. And yes it was HV71 he played vs. as far as I could see.

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12-01-2011, 06:58 PM
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This kid is unreal.


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12-01-2011, 09:35 PM
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Someone's going to rip into me for this but:


He's good, by far better then everyone else in his age group. Highway miles against.

Ex: Peewee AA player against Peewee A players, now here in Quebec the gap is huge.

He may not be all that good, I understand he just carried a team to an unlikely victory playing a year up against top players, but the gap between top players at the age is huge.

To me I see a Peewee AA caliber player, probably the top player on the team. He's no prodigy, but hes dam good. I think it's premature, and he's overyhyped.


Right now, his skating is great, he's got great hockey sense, I mean this is advanced stuff that he's doing, he sees the play well, he sees the ice very well, smart with the puck. Great anticipation. His stickhandling is great, I'd say its a Bantam AA level.

His shot isnt great, I mean it's average, my cousin played peewee A last year and he can rip it better then half of the kid in double letters.

He's got good accuracy, but the wrist and slap shots are average/slightly above for a peewee level, AA wise.

Also it's highlights of him that I'm seeing so yeah.

I think he should be playing U15 in Norway that's like 2 years up. From what he's playing now.

He needs a better level of competition, it's a matter of time before he moves to Sweden.


Great player no doubt, but I'd take a wait and see approach. But he's a skilled 11 year old but I think it's early to start hyping him.

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12-01-2011, 10:57 PM
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Lol some of you should really just relax a little. Maybe he's just playing for fun while some of you are making throughout analysis on a 11yo kids play.

"average wristshot for his age" yeah :

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