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08-03-2012, 08:12 PM
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So many questions, so few answers...

I really wish there was more coverage on Swedish junior hockey in general, atm there's nowhere to watch the games and little to no info about injuries to players etc. Really is a big hassle to follow u20 hockey. I guess we should be thankful they even broadcast the WJC...

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08-04-2012, 03:34 AM
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Rakell was initially on the camp roster, either he's injured or given permission to focus on the NHL camps. E.Lindholm has some injury and couldn't go.

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08-04-2012, 03:43 AM
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Where is Rakell, Sorensen, Blomstrand and Schumacher? And why did Elias Lindholm get cut? He is way better then Wennerberg/Nermark/Arvidsson/Sundqvist.
Sörensen is already in Quebec i believe. Blomstrand and schumacher were not invited. Lindholm is out with a minor injury.

Swe games vs USA & FIN can be seen here: www.fasthockey.com (you need to buy game credits to watch games)

Livescore and stats here: http://www.usahockey.com/Tournament/...ivisionID=2108

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08-06-2012, 03:49 PM
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Åberg makes it 1-0 Sweden on the PP.

Zibanejad with a beautiful wrist shot, late in the first period, makes it 2-0. PP goal once again.

Reilly scores for USA white to make it 2-1, believe it was a PP goal aswell.

Arvidsson makes it 3-1.

4-1 Sweden, I believe Victor Rask is credited with the goal.


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08-06-2012, 04:21 PM
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Åbergs slapper was not bad either.

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08-06-2012, 05:04 PM
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Good game so far by both teams, Lundström in net has been very solid with some big saves.

Rask makes it 5-1 with 5 minutes left of the 3rd, on a rebound, USA goalie had no chance on that one.

Final score 5-1. Good game, impressive performance by Lundström.


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08-06-2012, 05:54 PM
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Klefbom is going to be so important for this team. He was the best skater this game along with Åberg. Rask and Forsberg were also pretty good and the D looked solid. Not a great game overall, the forwards need to use their linemates much better instead of just firing it on goal all the time, especially 5 on 3.

30 games in a row without a regulation loss if i'm not mistaken, not bad.


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08-07-2012, 05:44 PM
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Sweden wins their 2nd game in the tournament against Finland 8-2.

First period:
1-0 Arvidsson (pretty sure Zibanejad had the assist)
1-2 Leino (I think)

Second period:
1-2 Ikonen
2-2 Arvidsson
3-2 Karlsson (Assisted by Forsberg)
4-2 Görtz
5-2 Åberg

Third period:
6-2 Karlsson (Assisted by Forsberg)
7-2 Forsberg
8-2 Karlsson (Assisted by Forsberg)

Note that I could be wrong on some of these and also missed a bunch of assists for sure.

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08-07-2012, 08:32 PM
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All stats are right here: http://www.usahockey.com/Tournament/...ivisionID=2108

Today's scoring:

1st

1-0 Arvidsson (Zibanejad)
1-1 Leino (Valkonen)

2nd

1-2 Ikonen (Teravainen)
2-2 Arvidsson (Lundberg)
3-2 Karlsson (Zibanejad)
4-2 Gortz (Nilsson)
5-2 Aberg (Klefbom)

3rd

6-2 Karlsson (Forsberg, Lindholm)
7-2 Forsberg (Nermark, Wennberg)
8-2 Karlsson (Forsberg)

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08-08-2012, 05:09 AM
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Highlights from the game:
http://youtu.be/QA0Uy9yGJiE

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08-09-2012, 01:19 PM
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Nice to see Arvidsson doing well. Skills and attitude > size.

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08-09-2012, 04:06 PM
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Nice to see Arvidsson doing well. Skills and attitude > size.
I agree. He has bulked up lately though.
He is about the same size as Mattias Tedenby. And the style of play also reminds me of Tedenby.

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08-16-2012, 06:18 AM
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Squad to the next tournament announced:

Joel Lassinantti, Luleå/Almtuna
Linus Ullmark, Modo

Simon Fernholm, Frölunda
Christian Djoos, Brynäs
Arvid Lundberg, Skellefteå
Tommy Stenqvist, Timrå
Filip Windlert, AIK
Linus Arnesson, Djurgården
Ludvig Byström, Modo

Alexander Wennberg, Djurgården
Gustav Björklund, Södertälje
Sebastian Collberg, Frölunda
Johan Johnsson, HV71
Erik Karlsson, Frölunda
David Lillieström Karlsson, AIK
Erik Nyström, Modo
Elias Lindholm, Brynäs
Gustav Possler, Modo
Filip Sandberg, HV71
Daniel Zaar, Rögle
Oskar Sundqvist, Skellefteå
Emil Molin, Brynäs

http://hockeysverige.se/article/1340...rnas-nya-trupp

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08-18-2012, 02:22 PM
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Might as well post this here too;

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Way to early to predict what the actual lines and such will look like but Joe89, i think, pretty much got it nailed down.

I'd like some of our younger players to make it but that's most likely not going to happen since these kinds of tournaments is often decided by the maturity of the players.

As i said, way to early, but this is the team i'd like to see, assuming Zibanejad and Brodin are not available and my predictions for the different prospect are somewhat accurate;


Forsberg - Karlsson - Åberg"A"
Lundberg - Rask - Collberg
Rakell"A" - E.Lindholm - Görtz
Burakovsky - Sörensen - Schumacher
Molin/Possler

Klefbom"C" - Byström
H.Lindholm - Vikstrand
S.Karlsson - Bengtsson
Hägg

Dansk
Lundström

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08-27-2012, 10:02 AM
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Squad to the next tournament announced:

Joel Lassinantti, Luleå/Almtuna
Linus Ullmark, Modo

Simon Fernholm, Frölunda
Christian Djoos, Brynäs
Arvid Lundberg, Skellefteå
Tommy Stenqvist, Timrå
Filip Windlert, AIK
Linus Arnesson, Djurgården
Ludvig Byström, Modo

Alexander Wennberg, Djurgården
Gustav Björklund, Södertälje
Sebastian Collberg, Frölunda
Johan Johnsson, HV71
Erik Karlsson, Frölunda
David Lillieström Karlsson, AIK
Erik Nyström, Modo
Elias Lindholm, Brynäs
Gustav Possler, Modo
Filip Sandberg, HV71
Daniel Zaar, Rögle
Oskar Sundqvist, Skellefteå
Emil Molin, Brynäs

http://hockeysverige.se/article/1340...rnas-nya-trupp
Out: T.Stenqvist, A.Wennberg, D.Lillieström-Karlsson, O.Sundqvist

In: Calle Andersson, Christopher Bengtsson, Jacob de la Rose, Fredrik Händemark

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08-27-2012, 11:50 AM
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Do you know why sundqvist is out?

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08-27-2012, 12:32 PM
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Why is never Jonathan Johnson on any of these rosters? He got 59 points last season.

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08-31-2012, 05:20 PM
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Seems like we have weath of forwards ona good level this year, besides the usual suspects, there is quite a few 93´s that have a chance to play some in SEL and allsvenskan this year.

Thinking about guys like:
Max Görtz (Färjestad)
Cristopher Fish (Linköping)
Jacob Lilja (rögle)
Kristoffer Wikner (Frölunda)
Emil Molin (brynäs)
Anton Wedin, Daniel Öhrn (Timrå)
Linus Fröberg (Färjestad)

and so on...

We might get a surprise breaktrough

Max Görtz is the one that has been the most prominent in the preseason so far.
The one I realy wish success is Viktor Arvidsson, Skellefteå, but he got so many forwards to beat out for a spot in Skellefteå. Probably wont get to play much in SEL, which will hurt his chances.

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09-01-2012, 04:54 AM
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I hope Burakovsky will get a look in the U20 tournament in November. Maybe Hägg too.


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09-01-2012, 05:33 AM
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I hope Burakovsky will get a look in the U20 tournament in November. Maybe Hägg too.
Burakovsky will most likely get a chance in a tournament later on, according to himself:

http://www.videofy.me/mrmadhawk/605462

He has apparently been playing really well in the pre-season and at the Hlinka. I could see him making the final team but the competition for a bottom six role this year might be greater than ever.

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The one I realy wish success is Viktor Arvidsson, Skellefteå, but he got so many forwards to beat out for a spot in Skellefteå. Probably wont get to play much in SEL, which will hurt his chances.
Arvidsson has impressed a lot during preseason and is fourth in points on the team. I think everyone agrees that he should have a spot come season premiere. Skellefteå will start the season without Ericsson, Bellemare and Vesce so there's plenty of time to impress us even more.

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09-01-2012, 10:57 AM
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Burakovsky will most likely get a chance in a tournament later on, according to himself:

http://www.videofy.me/mrmadhawk/605462

He has apparently been playing really well in the pre-season and at the Hlinka. I could see him making the final team but the competition for a bottom six role this year might be greater than ever.
Rönnberg doesn't mind taking a young player if he's good enough at least. But yeah, many good players and few spots. I mean, we sent 13 new forwards to this tournament and it's still an extremely good group of guys. Only Collberg is a lock for the WJC on that squad, and E.Lindholm is the only other forward I'd label as likely. Nice to see Lindholm listed as 1.84m & 87kg now btw, I thought he was still underdeveloped physically á Järnkrok.

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I was very impressed by Brynäs Alexander Lindgren in todays game against Djurgården. Smart and hard working. I do realize his chances to take a spot in the WJC roster are slim to non-existing, but he'd be perfect in a checking-line.

Here's hoping.

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09-02-2012, 09:17 AM
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I'm impressed they managed to win all the games with a completely new team. They blew the lead late in both overtime wins though, so there's something to learn from.

You have to think Djoos will be on the November tournament team now, I though we lacked a guy like him in Lake Placid.

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09-03-2012, 11:02 AM
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Rönnberg about latest tournament: http://www.hockeysverige.se/article/...-bredd-vi-har¨

Calle Andersson, Simon fernholm stood out among d's

Collberg-Lindholm-Molin created alot offensively

incredible depth in swedish junior hockey right now

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