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06-28-2013, 05:09 AM
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U20 Junior evaluation camp, lake placid

Roster:http://www.swehockey.se/ImageVaultFi...aug_2013_u.PDF

Interesting selection on D?

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06-28-2013, 05:37 AM
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Yes, a lot of interesting players in this selection. Especially on D.

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This Skellefteå duo Lundberg & Lindholm how good are they? Feels like there is alot more 'proven' names like: Byström, Andersson etc

And where is hampe lindholm?

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This Skellefteå duo Lundberg & Lindholm how good are they? Feels like there is alot more 'proven' names like: Byström, Andersson etc

And where is hampe lindholm?
This is an evaluation camp. Does the word evaluation ring any bells to you?

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This is an evaluation camp. Does the word evaluation ring any bells to you?
edit: yes i know they test players


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haha yeah, to evaluate players

So no need to worry about omissions. D-men like Hampus Lindholm, Ludvig Byström, Fredric Larsson, Calle Andersson, Simon Fernholm etc. are also, most certainly "in the run".

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For reference, 7 players from the Lake Placid camp last year did not make the final team (excluding those who were injured but otherwise would have made it).
http://www.swehockey.se/ImageVaultFi...aug_2012_u.PDF

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Tobias Törnqvist - Gustav Rydahl - Ludvig Nilsson


Looks like a nasty checking-line.

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Does Pitt prospect Oskar Sundqvist have a decent shot at making the team?

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Does Pitt prospect Oskar Sundqvist have a decent shot at making the team?
Absolutely. He showed great poise the few times he played with the big team last season. The team was stacked on forwards and did win the cup so it was hard for him to make any significant minutes. Management believes in him, signed a contract with him this spring, so he will for sure be getting more ice time the upcoming season, in the mens team. Of course, Im slightly biased here, but I really think this could be his breakout season.

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Absolutely. He showed great poise the few times he played with the big team last season. The team was stacked on forwards and did win the cup so it was hard for him to make any significant minutes. Management believes in him, signed a contract with him this spring, so he will for sure be getting more ice time the upcoming season, in the mens team. Of course, Im slightly biased here, but I really think this could be his breakout season.
Great to hear! Since it sounds like you have seen him a fair bit, could you provide a brief scouting report? And what his upside may be?

Thanks!

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Sebastien Collberg in his third U20 WJC... he's currently a little more than PPG at 13 pts in 12 games. Any chance he sets a record for most point totals at the world juniors for Sweden?


(Also, is Collberg likely to play with Lindholm again?)


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no idea if it will impact participation in the August camp, but Djoos is not at Caps development camp.

This was the reply when I asked about why he wasn't there since he was on the first roster the Caps released. Mike Vogel is a writer for the Washington Capitals.

@VogsCaps A knee injury kept him from participating. @sk84fun_dc: ... Any info. avail. why Djoos was not on ice today & not expected at camp?

Actually he added it to his blog, as well, "Defenseman Christian Djoos, a seventh-round choice of the Capitals in the 2012 NHL Draft, was a last-minute scratch from camp because of a knee injury …"

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Sebastien Collberg in his third U20 WJC... he's currently a little more than PPG at 13 pts in 12 games. Any chance he sets a record for most point totals at the world juniors for Sweden?


(Also, is Collberg likely to play with Lindholm again?)
I think Forsberg's all-time leading 42 points will be hard to catch. :-) With a _great_ tournament he could catch Daniel Sedin's 25 points, or Henrik's 26 points.

I think he'd be likely to play with Lindholm, but looks like Lindholm is NHL bound.

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Filip Forsberg will not play, Erik Karlsson in.

I think Elias Lindholm will pull out aswell

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(Also, is Collberg likely to play with Lindholm again?)
Wennberg is a likely linemate, I believe.

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Filip Forsberg will not play, Erik Karlsson in.

I think Elias Lindholm will pull out aswell
Any updates about Djoos? (see my post above about a knee injury.)

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Lindholm just got a shoulder injury at the dev camp, 7-10 days recovery for him, probably more to be on the safe side. Don't think he will participate so this team will look pretty weak on paper, the 94 age group is pretty deep at both F and D though.

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We need to learn to live without them anyway, they probably won't be WJC players. Nylander will hopefully be able to step up. This team looks to reflect the eventual WJC team pretty good, even if I think the defense is experimental.

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We need to learn to live without them anyway, they probably won't be WJC players. Nylander will hopefully be able to step up. This team looks to reflect the eventual WJC team pretty good, even if I think the defense is experimental.
Yeah, I also hope a guy like Collberg becomes an impact player for Frölunda next season. Burakowsky and Nylander could potentially replace some of the skill we lose in Lindholm & Forsberg if they find teams where they get to play good minutes. I don't see any high end D on this team though, but there are lots of guys fighting for spots.

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Elias Lindholm, Gustav Olofsson out

Carl Dahlström, David Gunnarsson added

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Gunnarsson?

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