There's a local CT station that replays Whale games, and I watched the 1-0 game from this past Sunday. I gotta say, Tedenby was looking REALLY good. Forced a lot of turnovers on the forecheck and seemed to be doing a lot of shot/chance generation on the last two PPs of the game. He looked better positionally in his own zone and was absolutely flying on offense.
Now take this with a grain of salt because I really want this kid to succeed. I just hope he really gets a shot to shine and play his game before he's completely written off.
I got the same impression when I went to watch CT play Bridgeport a few weeks ago. Admittedly he's a FANTASTIC skater, really fluid and efficient with a great top speed, and his shot is very nice (he actually had two goals that night) but he looks lost in the offensive zone without the puck on his stick. Hockey sense seems limited and playmaking seems especially limited. He had trouble making pretty routine passes all game long.
I see him more of a complimentary 2nd line player who would probably be excellent on (and more suited to) a 3rd line.
Looks like Sislo took a real dumb cross-checking penalty a few seconds after Yayo's tripping penalty, and CT went up 3-2 on the ensuing 5 on 3. Tedenby and Josefson each had a secondary and a primary assist (those two seem to be doing a lot of work on the powerplay lately) and Larsson and Sislo were the only minus players thanks to another shorty against.
EDIT: At least one person says that the crosschecking call on Sislo was weak.