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10-13-2013, 07:35 PM
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I'll throw in a wild card: Leon Bristedt. He can play both center and wing and has had a good start to the season. As he is going to college next year he has declined to play in SHL, otherwise I'm sure he would have been playing before Vrána for example.
Well Bristedt is a very fine player at the J20 level but he has no business being on this team. Without Lindholm, Forsberg, this team need role players on the bottom line. Heck, only from Linköping I'd rather take Törnqvist or a guy like Håkansson over Bristedt.

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10-14-2013, 09:42 AM
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I hope they'll put together a team with 2 scoring lines, I defence first and 1 checkingline.

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10-14-2013, 12:24 PM
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What about:

Collberg - Wennberg - Possler
Burakovsky - Wallmark - Johnson
De la Rose - VCR/Nylander - Hedberg
Sandberg - Rydahl/Sundqvist - Sörensen
Zaar

Hägg - L.Bengtsson
Arnesson - Djoos
Pettersson - Olofsson
Dahlström/A.Lindholm


Dansk
Högberg
Johansson

Lukas Bengtsson is a skilled right-handed D and have started the season really strong for Mora in Allsvenskan. In 10 games he's got 3+4 for 7 points and +/- is +9. Sweden needs a right-handed D to run the PP along with Hägg and Djoos, and Bengtsson fits just perfect.

Decent lineup?


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10-14-2013, 01:21 PM
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Well Bristedt is a very fine player at the J20 level but he has no business being on this team. Without Lindholm, Forsberg, this team need role players on the bottom line. Heck, only from Linköping I'd rather take Törnqvist or a guy like Håkansson over Bristedt.
Hmm.. don't know how much you have seen of these players? Törnqvist and Håkansson are not "role players" if by that you mean hard working players that can forecheck and play physical.

Bristedt is on a different level than both teammates and opponents at J20 level and the only reason he's not playing SHL hockey is that he will go to college next year. His speed is at Vrána-level but his stickhandling is even better. Plus I think he shows better judgement than Vrána.

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10-16-2013, 05:19 AM
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Lukas Bengtsson is a skilled right-handed D and have started the season really strong for Mora in Allsvenskan. In 10 games he's got 3+4 for 7 points and +/- is +9. Sweden needs a right-handed D to run the PP along with Hägg and Djoos, and Bengtsson fits just perfect.

Decent lineup?
Yeah... I'm just not sure about Bengtsson on the first pairing - how will he fare against the physical play of the top nations?

Also, to the people who have listed Rasmus Andersson (who I've never seen play) - you don't think he (at 17) will be overmatched at the WJCs?

Here are five defensive pairings, just because I feel like posting something...

Hägg - Olofsson (L)
Djoos - C. Andersson
Arnesson - Pettersson
Dahlström - Bengtsson
A. Lindholm - R. Andersson

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10-18-2013, 06:16 AM
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Hmm.. don't know how much you have seen of these players? Törnqvist and Håkansson are not "role players" if by that you mean hard working players that can forecheck and play physical.

Bristedt is on a different level than both teammates and opponents at J20 level and the only reason he's not playing SHL hockey is that he will go to college next year. His speed is at Vrána-level but his stickhandling is even better. Plus I think he shows better judgement than Vrána.
I said the team needed role players, not that Törnqvist and Håkansson were them. I'm just not that high on Bristedt.

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10-18-2013, 03:55 PM
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I said the team needed role players, not that Törnqvist and Håkansson were them. I'm just not that high on Bristedt.
Ok, I understand. Håkansson has taken a huge step this season and he is a very intriguing prospect.

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10-19-2013, 09:27 AM
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Haven't watched or followed any NHL at all this season. Do you guys think there are any chance of getting Hampus, Elias or Filip to the team? Or are they all "surething" to keep play in the NHL this season

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10-19-2013, 10:03 AM
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Haven't watched or followed any NHL at all this season. Do you guys think there are any chance of getting Hampus, Elias or Filip to the team? Or are they all "surething" to keep play in the NHL this season
I think Elias has looked pretty good so far (while healthy) and he is definitely capable of playing in the NHL. It could go any way depending on what strategy Carolina has for his development. He's also gonna have to stay healthy to be released.

I think there's a chance Forsberg could see some time in the AHL this season. Not sure if the preds would release him anyway since he's already played in the WJC twice and would be better off learning the small rinks.

Hampus will probably not be released either.

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10-22-2013, 05:38 AM
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The roster for the upcoming U20 tournament should be released any day now.

William Nylander was not selected atleast, will play with U18:

http://www.swehockey.se/ImageVaultFi...nov_2013_u.PDF

Anton Karlsson and Rasmus Andersson with U20?


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10-22-2013, 09:00 AM
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The roster for the upcoming U20 tournament should be released any day now.

William Nylander was not selected atleast, will play with U18:

http://www.swehockey.se/ImageVaultFi...nov_2013_u.PDF

Anton Karlsson and Rasmus Andersson with U20?
Maybe Lawrence Pilut, too?

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10-22-2013, 10:23 AM
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Hägg made his U20 National team debut at the WJC so Nylander shouldn't be counted out just yet. He has to play in a top-6 winger role and he's got some serious competition there, maybe too much.

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Maybe Lawrence Pilut, too?
Timashov is another name.

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10-22-2013, 04:42 PM
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I'd like to see Edwin Hedberg in the fourth line. A very explosive player with amazing skating. His work ethic and grit is really good, got fast hands and is hard to catch for defenders. Been playing really good in Modos 3rd line.

he has 6 points in 14 games. should get drafted next summer.

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10-23-2013, 05:38 AM
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J20-truppen till sista turneringen innan JVM i Malmö. Fyrnationers i Ryssland.



No Byström or Andersson x2.

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Undersized D?

DLR-Hedberg-Rydahl should be hard to play against!

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10-23-2013, 07:37 AM
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Undersized D?

DLR-Hedberg-Rydahl should be hard to play against!
G.Olofsson, Hägg and C.Andersson are the only "bigger" D that I think could contend for a spot and none of them are huge. We will have a small defense unless all of those three make it and a couple of midgets don't. I like our forward group though.

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10-23-2013, 04:17 PM
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DLR-Hedberg-Rydahl should be hard to play against!

we need more lines like that in swedish hockey.

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10-24-2013, 04:08 AM
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Pettersson is strong and physical though especially against junior players. His stats are no good this season however. Anyone been watching him?

I also get the vibe they won't bring Nylander unless he cracks a scoring role. Anton Karlsson on the other hand can play anywhere and might be more useful for one of the spots. IMO though, you gotta gamble with a talent like William. He can make game-winning plays at any time.

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10-24-2013, 04:18 AM
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In other news, from a SVT employee:

Tommy Ledin @TLEDIN
Drygt 2månader kvar till JVM i Malmö.SVT sänder även fr pre-camp i Ängelholm 20+22/12, Swe-USA/Swe-Can

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What about Malte Strömwall?
Loves the intensity of his forechecking and skateing..

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Kylington scores again, the kid has to be in the conversation for a WJC spot.

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Kylington scores again, the kid has to be in the conversation for a WJC spot.
He was all over the ice today, would love to see him at the WJC.

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10-29-2013, 06:06 AM
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In other news, from a SVT employee:

Tommy Ledin @TLEDIN
Drygt 2månader kvar till JVM i Malmö.SVT sänder även fr pre-camp i Ängelholm 20+22/12, Swe-USA/Swe-Can
Taking bets how many players gets injured this time, over/under is 2.5 players.

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10-29-2013, 09:51 AM
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They should bring a larger roster to Ängelholm and then make the final cuts after these 2 games, like US did in Finland

Uffe Bodin's roster 1.0 http://www.hockeysverige.se/blogg/uf...-jvm-trupp-1.0

good read as always


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10-30-2013, 08:19 AM
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Arvid Lundberg had a great game yesterday, helping his team to a 3-0 victory. Previously, he's mostly been 7th D, but yesterday he got more ice-time and logged one assist and +2.
Wallmark, on the opposing team, was struggling, directly causing a turnover that led to one of the goals. No points and -2.

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