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10-24-2012, 04:06 PM
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This is great news for his development. Hopefully he can continue to produce like he did last night. 3-4 months in this league and a late call up to the SEL would be ideal.

But he really needed this slightly lower tier development opportunity.
Not sure he necessarily needed the lower tier to play against. He just needed ice time. His SOG numbers when playing around 10 minutes were just fine.

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10-24-2012, 04:14 PM
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Not sure he necessarily needed the lower tier to play against. He just needed ice time. His SOG numbers when playing around 10 minutes were just fine.
That's what I think too. And he'll probably play with better puck feeders than 4th liners in the SEL although I do not know the league/team too well to put such claims.

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10-24-2012, 04:33 PM
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Not sure he necessarily needed the lower tier to play against. He just needed ice time. His SOG numbers when playing around 10 minutes were just fine.
Pretty much IMO, he was perfectly capable of being a top nine winger on a SEL team. Problem was Frolunda not the league he was playing against.

By way of analogy, I think he was good enough to play on Bournival's wing right now in the AHL which is about equal to the SEL, but he wouldn't get the chance if Gallagher, Leblanc, Holland and Palushaj were in his way.

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10-24-2012, 04:56 PM
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That's what I think too. And he'll probably play with better puck feeders than 4th liners in the SEL although I do not know the league/team too well to put such claims.
Örebro is actually a good team. They would definitly end bottom 4 if they played in SEL, but they are quite on the same level as the worst teams in SEL. Their ambition is to play in SEL next season. They have very good players in SEL-2, Jared Aulin was probably the best player in SEL-2 last season and Örebro managed to sign a 2 year contract extension with him. They like to get SEL prospects on loan as it's a very cheap short-term solution for them, and the prospects are obviously hungry as they are keen to get icetime. Örebro also have a 20yo D-man from SEL-club Linköping on loan, and they had a 19yo forward from Linköping on loan during 4 games earlier this season but he's back in Linköping now.

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10-24-2012, 05:14 PM
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Great at finding the open space on his goal.

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10-25-2012, 07:33 AM
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kopitar and berglund play in allsvenskan, as well.
Good to know, thanks (for above info).


And...Collberg should stay in Allsvenskan.


**** that coach who won't play Collberg.
Doesn't he know Collberg is a very important Hab prospect.

I hope Collberg never goes back to that Frolunda team, even if that ****ing coach begs him. Good riddance.

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By the way thanks to our fellow Swedish posters for keeping us posted.
It's much appreciated.

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Good to know, thanks (for above info).


And...Collberg should stay in Allsvenskan.


**** that coach who won't play Collberg.
Doesn't he know Collberg is a very important Hab prospect.

I hope Collberg never goes back to that Frolunda team, even if that ****ing coach begs him. Good riddance.
Well, sure, **** that guy, but I think Collby will benefit from returning to Frolunda next season, and playing under Ronnberg.

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Good to know, thanks (for above info).


And...Collberg should stay in Allsvenskan.


**** that coach who won't play Collberg.
Doesn't he know Collberg is a very important Hab prospect.

I hope Collberg never goes back to that Frolunda team, even if that ****ing coach begs him. Good riddance.
Maybe some Habs fans should ''visit'' that coach.


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10-25-2012, 11:55 AM
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Good to know, thanks (for above info).


And...Collberg should stay in Allsvenskan.


**** that coach who won't play Collberg.
Doesn't he know Collberg is a very important Hab prospect.

I hope Collberg never goes back to that Frolunda team, even if that ****ing coach begs him. Good riddance.
Landeskog plays in Allsvenskan as well

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Landeskog plays in Allsvenskan as well
good to know that these players play in the same league.

It will suit him well if he continues to get more ice time.

keep us updated on todays game!

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3-0 Orebro right now in the 1st period but no points for Colberg just yet.

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Allsvenskan is the best 2nd tier league in europe.

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Yeah, from what I know the Allsvenskan is significantly better than other second divisions, since Russia doesn't have relegation and Finland has less parity than Sweden.

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3-0 Orebro right now in the 1st period but no points for Colberg just yet.
Collbust I guess zzoo was right.

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10-25-2012, 01:21 PM
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Allsvenskan is the best 2nd tier league in europe.
Especially this year when the NHLers are going there instead of the top league.

EDIT: The game charts from the SEL-2 are some of the best I've ever seen. They've got stuff like team puck possession by game state, which is fantastic.

4 SOG from the "scoring chance" area (homeplate) in 2 periods of play, 1 SOG from perimeter.


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Especially this year when the NHLers are going there instead of the top league.

EDIT: The game charts from the SEL-2 are some of the best I've ever seen. They've got stuff like team puck possession by game state, which is fantastic.

4 SOG from the "scoring chance" area (homeplate) in 2 periods of play, 1 SOG from perimeter.
Well it's safe to say Collberg is definitely ready for this level if he's able to generate those kinds of chances.

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10-25-2012, 01:54 PM
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Especially this year when the NHLers are going there instead of the top league.

EDIT: The game charts from the SEL-2 are some of the best I've ever seen. They've got stuff like team puck possession by game state, which is fantastic.

4 SOG from the "scoring chance" area (homeplate) in 2 periods of play, 1 SOG from perimeter.
Can you share the link, please?

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http://www.hockeyallsvenskan.se/statistik/match/122907

click reports to find the shot chart

49. Collberg, Sebastian

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10-25-2012, 03:05 PM
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5 shots on goal for Collberg, tied for a team high with 2 goal 2 assist Jared Aulin.

Not bad.

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5 shots on goal for Collberg, tied for a team high with 2 goal 2 assist Jared Aulin.

Not bad.
When I first read this, I thought you said he got 2g and 2a.

Nope, just got 5 shots.

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Great interview about him, by Mathias Brunet !

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The main part for you non-French speakers is Timmins is quite happy with the transfer to Orebro and says he had a goal and 5 scoring chances in his first game, while being used in many situations. Timmins also feels he's better off there, where he's still playing against grown men, than in a 15th forward role for Frolunda. Frolunda is a hard organization for a young player to break into.

Finally, Timmins is looking forward to the 4 nations tournament in November and the WJC as Collberg is a key part of the Swedish national team.

Oh yeah, he concludes that Collberg moving to North America is something to ask Bergevin about, but they are not feeling the urgency to get him over here. He's a long-term project who is in good hands in Sweden.


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Interesting question at the end where they talk about the future plans but Timmins says it's up to Bergevin and that they aren't in a rush. Looking forward to hearing where Collberg will play next year.

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Sounds to me like the plan is to keep him in Sweden next year but it'll probably depend on the Frolunda situation.

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Sounds to me like the plan is to keep him in Sweden next year but it'll probably depend on the Frolunda situation.
It will also depends on the contracts situation in hamilton, departures, trades etc..

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