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01-29-2013, 11:23 PM
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another assist for Wallmark today, kinda crazy how good he is doing. Very intriguing player.

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What do you guys think of Emil Wrenman?

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01-31-2013, 11:39 AM
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2015 eligible Robin Kovacs is dressed as extra forward for AIK in the SEL today.

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Forsberg: 1 goal & 1 assist
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Great game for Ullmark stopping 45 of 46 shots and winning over Gustafsson(he saved 25 of 27).

Ullmark has only allowed four goals in 3½ SEL games.

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2015 eligible Robin Kovacs is dressed as extra forward for AIK in the SEL today.
Second youngest player to get icetime in the SEL.

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Great game for Ullmark stopping 45 of 46 shots and winning over Gustafsson(he saved 25 of 27).

Ullmark has only allowed four goals in 3½ SEL games.
Hägg was also reaaally good! One of Modos best D against Luleå, easily his best game in SEL so far. Played 18 minutes.

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Forsberg w/ 2 assists today

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Forsberg w/ 2 assists today
6 points in his last 3 games. He is among the highest scorers in the league per game. That's pretty impressive, especially considering he's been playing with bottom line talent for parts of the season and on the 2nd PP unit (on a very good team though).

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02-03-2013, 04:23 PM
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Wennberg and Åberg both 1+1 today

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Do you know if some players catch the NHL interest has an OA ?

Like Nygren and Tommernes for example than they both be drafted

Viktor Arvidsson?
Dennis Rasmussen?
Lukas Kilström?
Oscar Fantenberg?
Niclas Burström?

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02-04-2013, 03:03 PM
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Only Arvidsson is draft eligible out of these players, and I think someone will take a flyer on him. He's got the speed and grit to overcome size. Fantenberg and Rasmussen could maybe catch some free agency eyes.

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Adrian Kempe was 3+1 in Swedens 4-0 win against the Czech Republic.

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How did Bäckman look vs. the Czechs? Any idea of his icetime? Noticed he was on the 2nd pair.

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Pontus Karlsson born 1998 i've heard alot about. Djurgarden, AIK and Farjestad is chasing him. The kid is dominating in his U16 and U15 teams in Taby HC. Also has a big role in U18, is going to play TV-pucken this fall.

He plays exactly like Alexander Ovechkin with a minimum of 5shots per game and a lot of speed and hits. Very good skater and has a great shot.

This is only what i've heard from some swedish scouts. If true im very excited, Sweden needs a Ovechkin type!!!

If someone seen or heard of this guy please fill in!

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02-08-2013, 01:36 PM
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Robin Norell from Djurgarden J20 SuperElit is making his debut tournament right now for Sweden U18 in a 5 nations tournament in Sweden. Is he any good?

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Pontus Karlsson born 1998 i've heard alot about. Djurgarden, AIK and Farjestad is chasing him. The kid is dominating in his U16 and U15 teams in Taby HC. Also has a big role in U18, is going to play TV-pucken this fall.

He plays exactly like Alexander Ovechkin with a minimum of 5shots per game and a lot of speed and hits. Very good skater and has a great shot.

This is only what i've heard from some swedish scouts. If true im very excited, Sweden needs a Ovechkin type!!!

If someone seen or heard of this guy please fill in!
Tim Wahlgren is another great 98. Scored 10(6+4) points in 8 games in TV-pucken as an underaged and is one of Kramfors best players in j18-elit with 12 points in 20 games(against players up to 3 years older than him). We will most likely see him in Modo in 2 years.

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02-10-2013, 09:25 AM
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Only Arvidsson is draft eligible out of these players, and I think someone will take a flyer on him. He's got the speed and grit to overcome size. Fantenberg and Rasmussen could maybe catch some free agency eyes.

Is there no extra season of eligibility for late-born Euros?
(Fantenberg Oct. '91 bday)

first year of eligibility would've been 2010, right?

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02-10-2013, 07:37 PM
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Is there no extra season of eligibility for late-born Euros?
(Fantenberg Oct. '91 bday)

first year of eligibility would've been 2010, right?
You've got three years. So for Fantenberg 2010, 2011, 2012. This year is the last chance for late 92's and early 93's.

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You've got three years. So for Fantenberg 2010, 2011, 2012. This year is the last chance for late 92's and early 93's.
But European players have 4 years of eligibility, no? Like Magnus Nygren(June 7th, 1990) drafted at age 21 by Montreal in 2011 draft...

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But European players have 4 years of eligibility, no? Like Magnus Nygren(June 7th, 1990) drafted at age 21 by Montreal in 2011 draft...
It's possible that you're right, I just haven't noticed that happening but Nygren seems like it. After a quick google some sites suggest he had only been passed up twice, and HF only mentions he was passed up in 2010. But that doesn't make sense either. The oldest Swede the Central scouting has ranked this year is Janmark-Nylén(Dec -92).

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Robin Norell from Djurgarden J20 SuperElit is making his debut tournament right now for Sweden U18 in a 5 nations tournament in Sweden. Is he any good?
He was pretty good in the tournament. Strong defensively and very physical. Not great with the puck though and got into trouble when he had to handle it too much. Tried to jump into the attack a few times and was mostly ineffective. Was best when he just focused on D.

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He was pretty good in the tournament. Strong defensively and very physical. Not great with the puck though and got into trouble when he had to handle it too much. Tried to jump into the attack a few times and was mostly ineffective. Was best when he just focused on D.
Wich swedish player impressed you the most? And and who was a disappointment?


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02-11-2013, 08:48 AM
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It's possible that you're right, I just haven't noticed that happening but Nygren seems like it. After a quick google some sites suggest he had only been passed up twice, and HF only mentions he was passed up in 2010. But that doesn't make sense either. The oldest Swede the Central scouting has ranked this year is Janmark-Nylén(Dec -92).
yeah, it appears to be a little known rule/clause for Euro players(at least under old CBA). Another player drafted in same situation as Nygren was Henrik Tommernes (Aug. 28th 1990) drafted in 2011 by Canucks. What is still unclear is what happens to late b-day Euro players like Fantenberg, does he still get 4 years of eligibility or only 3....?

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yeah, it appears to be a little known rule/clause for Euro players(at least under old CBA). Another player drafted in same situation as Nygren was Henrik Tommernes (Aug. 28th 1990) drafted in 2011 by Canucks. What is still unclear is what happens to late b-day Euro players like Fantenberg, does he still get 4 years of eligibility or only 3....?
I guess so, not many players fit the bill. We'll have to wait and see about Fantenberg or until someone can confirm here. However, I wouldn't spend a draft pick on him even if possible.

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