Nevermind söderberg or boston, if a player that doesnt wanna be there ends up playing and it doesnt go well Englund will have another ****storm on his hands with Wikegård leading the attack, so yes pretty wierd decision.
They probably saw this post, realized our center problems and refused Söderberg from leaving. If we are to trust Mr Madhawk he won't play in the World Champs anyway.
Originally Posted by KRM
The federation are really burning bridges with this decision, do they think Söderberg will be the only player not happy with them?
They pretty much had to considering they stopped Järnkrok and Fasth already, that's what this stems from. What would SIHF/Bill Daly tell the Rangers and Red Wings? "Sorry we had to make a comprimise for you but Boston really needs this guy, hope you have understanding".
Originally Posted by Coffe
Silfverberg was on loan to Brynäs, Söderberg isn't.
He didnt want to play and even if he did it wouldn't be at 100% so i see it as a good thing. Bad that he didn't see playing for his country as obvious tho.
And the federation probbs didnt lose in their own eyes, they showed that they only follow their own rules and no one elses. That the nhl didnt honor their understanding to follow the old agreement for the time being has no effect on that. If anything it will pay off in the future.
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