It was a somewhat disappointing documentary. Seemed to focus a bit much on Peter the superstar and not Peter the player.
Yes, I agree to that. It was a bit lackluster. I would have liked much more game footage, hits, nice goals, more voices about him and his career. When having one hour you wouldn't want to waste time showing Peter having breakfast with his dad.
But to the OP, oh God yes! It's really a pitty that he didn't get more healthy years in the NHL. Past heroes should be held in high regard but now I'm focusing my gaze on Landeskog. I'm not saying he's the next Forsberg but he can play the physical game and will find the goal on a more regular basis when he gets some more seasons in the NHL in his legs.
I thought it was a great documentary from what I understood with my limited Swedish skills. It's always a shame when such a great career has to end so early with all those injuries, tho I can't say I liked seeing him destroy Finland in every game
I just watched it and it was a fine docmentary but a GREAT career and player. I feel nostalgic, i miss his strenght, his balance, his will. I want to see anther player like that in the NHL. If there will be, probably not..