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09-25-2012, 11:57 AM
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How much will this influence his development? Is this only negative on a short-term scale? 2 years now of little to no ice-time and playing on a fourth line... Sucks

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09-25-2012, 12:05 PM
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13th forward again? So much for the Brisebois and Lapointe theory.

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13th forward again? So much for the Brisebois and Lapointe theory.
What are they going to do? They're there to help the players, not try to strong arm coaches and European teams to give our prospects ice time.

At best we could expect them to talk to Collberg and tell him to keep his head up. That's about it.

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09-25-2012, 12:54 PM
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How much will this influence his development? Is this only negative on a short-term scale? 2 years now of little to no ice-time and playing on a fourth line... Sucks
It's not ideal but it's not like he's getting no games...if this keeps up he will probably go back down to the U20 team the way Åberg has.

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09-25-2012, 01:10 PM
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And this is why you can't read anything into his offensive numbers this year if they end up being ugly once again. His ice time is clearly going to come down to injuries being suffered by other players and seemingly nothing else.
I guess the real test will come from the WJC

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09-25-2012, 01:27 PM
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Translation: Gruff after the whistle. Hot feelings after FHC been close to score after a good bout of Collberg and Axelsson,

He had a productive shift at least. They have 3 wingers named Axelsson on that team.

Holy hell these translations are funny:

Lindstrom puts his first first of the season with a delicious draw where Hudacek are in the stands and buy sausages.

They are now down 4-0...

Collberg played 2:01 in the first period.


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09-25-2012, 03:03 PM
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What are they going to do? They're there to help the players, not try to strong arm coaches and European teams to give our prospects ice time.

At best we could expect them to talk to Collberg and tell him to keep his head up. That's about it.
I was kidding around. I know there isn't much for them to do.

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09-25-2012, 03:07 PM
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I was kidding around. I know there isn't much for them to do.
My apologies if I came out sounding confrontational, I was actually supporting your dismissal of their influence.

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09-25-2012, 03:59 PM
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Collberg ended up playing 8:53 and had 2 shots on net.

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My apologies if I came out sounding confrontational, I was actually supporting your dismissal of their influence.
Yeah, I totally agree. I really don't expect Brisebois and Lapointe to do anything more than keep Collberg's moral up.

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09-25-2012, 05:17 PM
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Collberg ended up playing 8:53 and had 2 shots on net.
That seems fine, hopefully it will only go up from here on

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09-25-2012, 05:19 PM
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Mathis Olimb left the game in the first period, that's probably why Collberg got ice-time.

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09-25-2012, 05:34 PM
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Mathis Olimb left the game in the first period, that's probably why Collberg got ice-time.
Thanks a lot for the updates.

It sucks that Collberg benefits from his teammates going down, but at least he's getting some ice time, no matter how sparse it is.

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09-25-2012, 09:41 PM
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Collberg ended up playing 8:53 and had 2 shots on net.
His shots per minute rate is pretty impressive so far given what I've heard about his ice-time. That's a good sign that the goals are going to explode when he finally works his way up the lineup.

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09-25-2012, 09:44 PM
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Collberg ended up playing 8:53 and had 2 shots on net.
Considering his limited and poorly distributed time, 2 shots on net is a good sign. The kid just needs to hit the gym hard so he can force his way to bigger things.

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09-26-2012, 09:14 AM
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Almost 9 minutes isn't that bad for a rookie like him, hopefully he keeps playing and gets confidence from his coaching staff

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Olimb is injured 6-8 weeks and Kahnberg is day-to-day.

However, Viktor Stahlberg trained with Frolunda today and Loui Eriksson is another possible forward signing. So it might be even tougher for Collberg in the future, but Frolunda hasn't decided yet about signing NHL-players or not (decision might come tonight).

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09-26-2012, 10:11 AM
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Olimb is injured 6-8 weeks and Kahnberg is day-to-day.

However, Viktor Stahlberg trained with Frolunda today and Loui Eriksson is another possible forward signing. So it might be even tougher for Collberg in the future, but Frolunda hasn't decided yet about signing NHL-players or not (decision might come tonight).
Ouch, not boding well for our young prospect. Thanks for the update.

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09-26-2012, 10:20 AM
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However, Viktor Stahlberg trained with Frolunda today and Loui Eriksson is another possible forward signing. So it might be even tougher for Collberg in the future, but Frolunda hasn't decided yet about signing NHL-players or not (decision might come tonight).
Hopefully, they would send him asap to J-20. Looks more and more like the only viable solution for him to have decent ice time this year....

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09-26-2012, 10:29 AM
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Hopefully, they would send him asap to J-20. Looks more and more like the only viable solution for him to have decent ice time this year....
Sucks that the lockout could force him back to the J20, Pribyl's not getting icetime in the Czech mens league as well, so if more NHLers head there as well he could end up in the 2nd league or juniors again.

Hopefully both prospects are in North America next year.

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Atleast Collberg seems to get some quality ice-time tomorrow.

From Frolunda's homepage:
With Kahnberg and Olimb injured, Jonathan Johnson will play, which gives Frolunda 12 forwards. Collberg will probably stay with Joel Lundqvist and Jari Tolsa [first line] and Jonathan will play center.

Christian Lechtaler (Frolunda's assistent coach):
-It is likely that Collberg stays there, yes, then we'll see how we form the team.

Edit: However, Collberg got a puck on his skate last game and there is a little question mark for him tomorrow, but he should play.

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I hear Erik Karlsson is signing with Jokerit, while that wouldn't effect Collberg directly, it could suggest that other Frolunda alumni aren't expecting to go back.

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09-26-2012, 01:39 PM
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Atleast Collberg seems to get some quality ice-time tomorrow.

From Frolunda's homepage:
With Kahnberg and Olimb injured, Jonathan Johnson will play, which gives Frolunda 12 forwards. Collberg will probably stay with Joel Lundqvist and Jari Tolsa [first line] and Jonathan will play center.

Christian Lechtaler (Frolunda's assistent coach):
-It is likely that Collberg stays there, yes, then we'll see how we form the team.

Edit: However, Collberg got a puck on his skate last game and there is a little question mark for him tomorrow, but he should play.
This is his opportunity, lets hope he steps up and takes full advantage of it.

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09-26-2012, 02:12 PM
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Atleast Collberg seems to get some quality ice-time tomorrow.

From Frolunda's homepage:
With Kahnberg and Olimb injured, Jonathan Johnson will play, which gives Frolunda 12 forwards. Collberg will probably stay with Joel Lundqvist and Jari Tolsa [first line] and Jonathan will play center.

Christian Lechtaler (Frolunda's assistent coach):
-It is likely that Collberg stays there, yes, then we'll see how we form the team.

Edit: However, Collberg got a puck on his skate last game and there is a little question mark for him tomorrow, but he should play.
****in' eh. Hope he tears it up.

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