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08-13-2013, 12:09 PM
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Calle Andersson

http://nyrnation.net/prospect-progre...lle-andersson/




im gonna guess he will play 3 more years in sweden and make his Rangers debut in 2016-2017 without playing much or if any in the AHL....

ive seen him in a few clips but to me he reminds me of Kim Johnsson...


http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php?pid=37602

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Article doesn't tell you anything, really. It's just some guy that looked at his EliteProspects profile and summarized what he saw. He didn't play 22 games in the J20 and then move up--he bounced up and down throughout the season. No mention of the five or six SHL games where he played top pairing minutes due to injuries elsewhere, no actual analysis of his game.

The reports we received from European posters seemed to indicate he did okay in his limited SHL exposure. I was hoping that he'd see some more time skating with Färjestad and continue to develop at the highest level, so it was a little disappointing to me that he signed with Malmo. Hopefully he performs well there, if he's any kind of legitimate prospect he should excel.

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Article doesn't tell you anything, really. It's just some guy that looked at his EliteProspects profile and summarized what he saw. He didn't play 22 games in the J20 and then move up--he bounced up and down throughout the season. No mention of the five or six SHL games where he played top pairing minutes due to injuries elsewhere, no actual analysis of his game.

The reports we received from European posters seemed to indicate he did okay in his limited SHL exposure. I was hoping that he'd see some more time skating with Färjestad and continue to develop at the highest level, so it was a little disappointing to me that he signed with Malmo. Hopefully he performs well there, if he's any kind of legitimate prospect he should excel.
Thanks for the more insightful analysis.
I am optimistic.

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