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10-16-2012, 08:02 AM
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That is weird. I just hope there is no attitude issues or that he has decided to play for the US in the future. Hopefully he is on the U18 team for the November tournament in Ann Arbor.
Noticed that Anton Karlsson and Adrian Kempe are not on the list aswell. I think ure right, these players might battle for spots with U18 instead..

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10-16-2012, 12:49 PM
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That is weird. I just hope there is no attitude issues or that he has decided to play for the US in the future. Hopefully he is on the U18 team for the November tournament in Ann Arbor.
If I had to speculate, this is what will happen. He should have a good shot at the U18 WJC in the spring.

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10-17-2012, 03:20 PM
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BPilgrim: What can you say about 95 born dman Carl Dahlström?

7 pts in 11 games +11 Listed as 6'3-6'4

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10-18-2012, 03:25 AM
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BPilgrim: What can you say about 95 born dman Carl Dahlström?

7 pts in 11 games +11 Listed as 6'3-6'4
I'm very impressed by him so far. He is big but he's not acting like your typical big d-man. He is mobile, speedy, has good hands and sees the ice very well. He is offensive minded, rushing to attack a few times every game and sometimes tries to deke through the defense himself. But his scoring do surprise me a bit. He doesn't have a canon of a shot, his goals are rather wristshots from the blueline that somehow finds a way into the goal (he scored in the one game he's played in J18 Elit too).

I haven't seen many flaws from him actually and he seems to be an intriguing prospect. From what I've heard he did well in Djurgården also.

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10-18-2012, 12:00 PM
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Where can I find updated statistics of this league, please? I'm mostly interested in Jakub Vrana and David Pastrnak.
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10-18-2012, 12:10 PM
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Where can I find updated statistics of this league, please? I'm mostly interested in Jakub Vrana and David Pastrnak.
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http://stats.swehockey.se/Players/St...ngLeaders/3003

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Great. Thank you.

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If I had to speculate, this is what will happen. He should have a good shot at the U18 WJC in the spring.
Yupp, he is on the roster.

http://www.swehockey.se/ImageVaultFi...nov_2012_u.PDF

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10-20-2012, 08:58 AM
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Burakovsky down to play J20, hopefully he'll get some confidence before the Nov. tournament. 1+1 today for him. Rasmus Andersson 2+1.

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Timashov 1+1 vs Brynäs. Listed as 176cm now, I hope he can grow to 180cm

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Timashov 1+1 vs Brynäs. Listed as 176cm now, I hope he can grow to 180cm
He won't be drafted until 2015 so he's got plenty of time to grow.

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10-27-2012, 09:12 AM
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Forsbacka-Karlsson starting to get comfortable it seems. Two goals today. The 2015 draft class is shaping up.

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Nylander with 2 goals, half game left.

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10-27-2012, 10:04 AM
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Hägg continues to produce points. But I don't think he's gonna be a really high draft pick without playing senior hockey somewhere this season.

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I read somewhere that Nylander wants to play college hockey and therefore won't play professional hockey in Allsvenskan because that would make him ineligible to play in college. I have no idea how the rules look like but I find it a bit weird that he has yet to even be an extra player on the SSK senior team.

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10-28-2012, 05:18 PM
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He looked good, as he has the entire season if you ask me. He's even dishing out hits and blocking shots now so I guess he's matured...

But it's the little things that impress me most. How he can just redirect a puck in the neutral zone and it becomes a perfect pass that opens up the entire ice, or how he can dig out the puck from along the boards and find an open team mate.

His skating is ok, he's not one of the fastest guys of course but I don't think it will keep him from reaching his potential.
8 pts from Crus-Rydberg in the last 3 games. Has he improved his game the last couple of weeks or is he just having a bit more luck with the points? I sure hope DIF makes it to the Top 8 series so that I can watch LHC play. Sick amount of talent on that team right now.

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I read somewhere that Nylander wants to play college hockey and therefore won't play professional hockey in Allsvenskan because that would make him ineligible to play in college. I have no idea how the rules look like but I find it a bit weird that he has yet to even be an extra player on the SSK senior team.
I have a soft spot for players choosing the NCAA route, good for Nylander.

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10-29-2012, 07:58 AM
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8 pts from Crus-Rydberg in the last 3 games. Has he improved his game the last couple of weeks or is he just having a bit more luck with the points? I sure hope DIF makes it to the Top 8 series so that I can watch LHC play. Sick amount of talent on that team right now.
I've only seen one of them, the home game vs Tingsryd so I can't really tell if his game is different. I would guess it's more of a fluke thing though. They've made a change in the lines just recently actually, where Jesper Bärgård replaced Patrick Russell on the line with Crus and Bristedt, maybe that has had an effect on Crus game...?

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I read somewhere that Nylander wants to play college hockey and therefore won't play professional hockey in Allsvenskan because that would make him ineligible to play in college. I have no idea how the rules look like but I find it a bit weird that he has yet to even be an extra player on the SSK senior team.
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I have a soft spot for players choosing the NCAA route, good for Nylander.
If I understand it right he graduates this spring, but would he go to college already next fall? I think the only thing the determines NCAA eligibility is that you have finished high school, and that you are good enough. Toews played NCAA in his draft year.

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VCR seems to have stalled abit in his development? He was a producing player in SuperElit 2 seasons ago.

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10-29-2012, 12:22 PM
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VCR seems to have stalled abit in his development? He was a producing player in SuperElit 3 season ago.
He was regarded a bit higher around and right after TV-pucken, but he's still #3 in SuperElit scoring right now as a B-junior. Switching from Tingsryd where he probably was a star to LHC with great scoring depth would affect scoring. What I wonder is how his skating is these days.

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http://www.hockeysverige.se/article/...-supertalangen

Nylander might not be able to play for SWE in U18 WC!

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10-30-2012, 09:23 AM
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At least he'll be eligible for the WJC next year. He better be careful that he has the full two years though(documented and done), if he's planning on going the college route.

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VCR seems to have stalled abit in his development? He was a producing player in SuperElit 3 season ago.
I would not say stalled as of now. This season he has picked it up again and is producing good numbers and playing really well. Last season might have been a little bit "stalled", so to say, and he mostly played in J18 for Linköping after having a 0,5 ppg in SuperElit with Tingsryd the season before. Three seasons ago he was not playing SuperElit.

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