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12-03-2012, 06:05 AM
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Joel Lassinantti, Luleå HF
Niklas Lundström, AIK
Oscar Dansk, Erie Otters

Emil Djuse, Södertälje SK
Jesper Pettersson, Linköping HC
Christian Djoos, Brynäs IF
Rasmus Bengtsson, Muskegon Lumberjacks
Tom Nilsson, Mora IK
Linus Arnesson, Djurgården IF
Mikael Vikstrand, Mora IK
Hampus Lindholm, Norfolk Admirals
(1 defencemen will be cut)

Alexander Wennberg, Djurgården IF
Jeremy Boyce Rotevall, Timrå IK
Viktor Arvidsson, Skellefteå AIK
Sebastian Collberg, Frölunda HC
Filip Forsberg, Leksand IF
William Karlsson, HV71
Elias Lindholm, Brynäs IF
Max Görtz, Färjestad BK
Linus Fröberg, Färjestad BK
Rickard Rakell, Plymouth Whalers
Jacob de la Rose, Leksand IF
Victor Rask, Calgary Hitmen
Nick Sörensen, Quebec Remparts
Emil Molin, Brynäs IF
(1 Forward will be cut)




Still a chance for Mika Zibanejad also.


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de la Rose??? I`m not sure about the legitimacy of his citizenship, I say we check into the paperwork on that one, doesn`t sound too Swedish to me

I find it really interesting and a bit puzzling why they seem to be set with their lineup already?? Could someone fill me in a bit here, doesn`t seem to elicit much in the way of competition?

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12-03-2012, 06:12 AM
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de la Rose??? I`m not sure about the legitimacy of his citizenship, I say we check into the paperwork on that one, doesn`t sound too Swedish to me

I find it really interesting and a bit puzzling why they seem to be set with their lineup already?? Could someone fill me in a bit here, doesn`t seem to elicit much in the way of competition?
was that suppossed to be funny?

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12-03-2012, 06:13 AM
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Doesn't seem like a gold medal contending team with that D, but you never know. All it takes is a few guys to step up. Forgot Sweden had so much firepower up front, even without Zibanejad. Rakell, Karlsson, Collberg, Rask, Forsberg, Lindholm is two solid lines

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12-03-2012, 06:14 AM
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was that suppossed to be funny?
Probably, but I'm actually curious, where does de la Rose trace his roots?

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was that suppossed to be funny?

Not a joke, it`s sarcasm and perhaps I could have used that emotion to illustrate it, relax, all in fun

you would have to admit, it isn`t a traditional Swedish name unless I have missed something which is more than possible?

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12-03-2012, 06:25 AM
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Probably, but I'm actually curious, where does de la Rose trace his roots?
His parents are 100% Swedish so there are no nationality issues with Jacob. De La Rose is an old French name even though it sounds Spanish.


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His parents are 100% Swedish so there are no nationality issues with Jacob. De La Rose is an old French name even though it sounds Spanish.
That's what I meant. He looks Swedish, I was just wondering if his father was an American immigrant or something.

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That's what I meant. He looks Swedish, I was just wondering if his father was an American immigrant or something.

I found the name interesting and googled it. The name has been around in Sweden since the late 17th century when some french woman married a swedish guy. They are probably his ancestors.

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12-03-2012, 06:53 AM
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Back to back champs!

at some of the recent posts here...


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12-03-2012, 07:12 AM
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Görtz, Sörensen and Boyce aren't traditional swedish names either, just saying.

Anyway, I like this team, they will without doubt be underdogs, but I think the right decisions were made. Not having Brodin and Klefbom really hurts their chances though.

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12-03-2012, 07:22 AM
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Underdogs? Sure, Canada's team will look the best, as always, but I think it's quite difficult to determine individual order between the others.

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12-03-2012, 08:08 AM
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So Rakell is only lefty on top six?

What about pp lineups?

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12-03-2012, 08:27 AM
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Yeah, this team is hurt by Klefbom and Brodin not being there. They should still do alright but without those 2 the team will be less than what it could have been.

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12-03-2012, 08:32 AM
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Very good and very deep offense..

Goaltending is solid... D looks shallow, but if Dansk is starting he's used to a lot of shots.

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12-03-2012, 08:33 AM
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its not even funny how much better Sweden would be if a D pair of Brodin-Klefbom were on there. Just sucks two great youngsters who were key parts of the team that ended the drought can't be there to defend the title.

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12-03-2012, 08:38 AM
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Where's Åberg and what about Byström?
I agree with this question. Seems like two pretty big omissions.

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12-03-2012, 08:47 AM
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Byström was omitted because the defensemen would be too similar. Lindholm, Djuse and Wikstrand were not gonna be cut, and Jesper Pettersson has impressed this year and is a Rönnberg favourite as well.

On Åberg, Rönnberg hinted that he wanted a more gritty bottom-6.

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12-03-2012, 08:51 AM
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So Rakell is only lefty on top six?

What about pp lineups?
I'd do..
1st: Vikstrand, Collberg, Forsberg, Lindholm, Arvidsson.
2nd: Lindholm, Djuse, Karlsson, Rakell, Sörensen/Rask.

H.Lindholm, Karlsson and Rakell will play heavy defensive minutes so it would be better to give some other guys the top PP duties imo.

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12-03-2012, 09:11 AM
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haven't seen Sörensen play. What type of player is he? What's his strengths ??

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they have a good group of forwards and a very good prospective no.1 goalie, they'll be in the hunt as usual

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12-03-2012, 09:15 AM
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Not familiar with a lot of the blueliners. Can anyone give quick reports on them? What are the odds that Djoos ends up being the one who's cut?

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Why aren't Brodin, Zibanejad and Klefbom on this team?

Really hurts their chances missing those 3.

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Surprised Aberg is not there. Was hoping Calle Andersson would make it, but didn't expect it.

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Why aren't Brodin, Zibanejad and Klefbom on this team?

Really hurts their chances missing those 3.


Brodin, Klefbom injured. Zibanejad not released by Ottawa.

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Not familiar with a lot of the blueliners. Can anyone give quick reports on them? What are the odds that Djoos ends up being the one who's cut?
I know Nilsson is a Leafs prospect and that he's seen as a pest who likes to play physically. I don't remember much of him because I only saw some video from development camp, but Leafs management apparently likes him a lot. In our camp he was really mixing it up and getting under peoples skin.

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