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04-12-2012, 02:42 AM
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Highlights from SWE-USA (3-2) Pre-action:

http://jsp.lwcdn.com/api/swehockey/swehockeyplay2.html

beatuy hit at 01:11
really awesome hit. Luckily he had a cage.. skate wouldve slashed his face otherwise :O

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04-12-2012, 04:46 AM
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Brynäs is playing in the SEL finals.. Duh? With the injuries they have I'm pretty sure he's their 13th forward.
That's a possibility, yes.

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04-12-2012, 11:02 AM
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Without Lindholm, centers are our weakest position. Our chances of winning decreased a lot.

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04-12-2012, 11:53 AM
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No Lindholm in the Brynäs lineup today at least.......

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04-12-2012, 01:00 PM
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I hope he will play later in the tournament.

SWE-GER starting now! both 95's in first line with Forsberg.

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04-12-2012, 02:27 PM
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^^Already a fan of that line, Burakowsky and Forsberg could work really well. Collberg will need a top notch center though.

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04-12-2012, 03:54 PM
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Looks like Lindholm have a shoulder/elbow injury not good..

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Sweden played pretty sloppy defense and Dansk had to make some great saves hopefully they shape up defensively, at least lots of the d-men are smoothskating and can move the puck (as we are spoiled with lately).

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04-14-2012, 06:04 AM
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Any news regarding Lindholm? Not registered for todays game either..

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04-15-2012, 04:09 AM
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Any news regarding Lindholm? Not registered for todays game either..
Lindholm is added!

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04-15-2012, 05:54 AM
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Lindholm is added!
Thank god. Atleast now we have one player who can play C.

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04-15-2012, 06:10 AM
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Put him on the first line instead of De La Rose, Burakowsky-Lindholm-Forsberg could do wonders. Then put De La Rose together with Törnkvist and we have an awesome third line.

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04-15-2012, 07:25 AM
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Great news. Is it me or is this a particularly talented Swedish U18 team? We usually have very good teams, but this one seems to be something else, especially with Lindholm added. Seems to be really complete: great goalie, great defense, super talented forwards. Looking forward to the first big test when they meet Russia.

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Put him on the first line instead of De La Rose, Burakowsky-Lindholm-Forsberg could do wonders. Then put De La Rose together with Törnkvist and we have an awesome third line.
De la Rose-Ludvig Nilsson-Tobias Törnkvist would be a very big and gritty line.

A legit swedish powerforward line! would make Landskronala drool

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Erik Karlsson-Mattias Kalin-Filip Sandberg for some secondary scoring.

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04-16-2012, 02:21 PM
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Big game vs Russia tomorrow. Tie or a win (obviously) and a spot in the semis is secured.

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04-16-2012, 05:25 PM
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Great news. Is it me or is this a particularly talented Swedish U18 team? We usually have very good teams, but this one seems to be something else, especially with Lindholm added. Seems to be really complete: great goalie, great defense, super talented forwards. Looking forward to the first big test when they meet Russia.
Judging from your game vs us it's not all roses with you too, maybe not as bad as Russia against Germans, losing 2-4 but yeah... will see, it'll also be the first real test for Russia as they also drove over Swiss and Latvia and lost to Germans, imho, only due to their own stupidity and lack of concentration...

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Judging from your game vs us it's not all roses with you too, maybe not as bad as Russia against Germans, losing 2-4 but yeah... will see, it'll also be the first real test for Russia as they also drove over Swiss and Latvia and lost to Germans, imho, only due to their own stupidity and lack of concentration...
I saw that game too (well, between the stream lags) and didn't come away incredibly impressed. On paper we have a great team, but they haven't really played like one so far. Need to learn to play as a team and stop trying Halem globe trotter stuff in front of the scouting community IMO. There is still time for this team to peak though. Things will hopefully get better.

Fair play to Latvia though. You gave Sweden a game and your hockey program seems to be doing well nowadays.

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04-17-2012, 03:41 AM
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Judging from your game vs us it's not all roses with you too, maybe not as bad as Russia against Germans, losing 2-4 but yeah... will see, it'll also be the first real test for Russia as they also drove over Swiss and Latvia and lost to Germans, imho, only due to their own stupidity and lack of concentration...
Yes, but then again Latvia looks unusally good this year doesn't they?

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04-17-2012, 05:52 AM
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Yes, but then again Latvia looks unusally good this year doesn't they?
Sure it does and I'm happy about it but aside from Russia's game vs Germans, i games vs Latvia and Swiss they showed that when they are 100% motivated and play their best hockey, the opponent has zero chance at anything... Vasilevski was spectacular in these 2 games.
I'd still say you're the favourite to win today but Vasilevski can be that factor who makes it for Russia. Plus Russia really has a large and physical team this year that can make things hard.

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I saw parts of all three Sweden games and from what I saw against Latvia, it was their worst performance by far. But then again the Latvians seemed like a much better opponent than the Swiss (who looked like they were just waiting around to be beaten), saw too little of the Germany game to make judgements of that one though.

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2-0 win over Russia, PP needs to be better. Dansk solid in net.

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2-0 win over Russia, PP needs to be better. Dansk solid in net.
Dansk got an assist too.

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I thought the PP looked OK, Lindholm and Byström look really solid passing the puck and getting to good shooting positions. Someone will need to screen the goalie though and bang in the rebounds, eventually a shot will sneak through.

174 cm Nr. 21 Filip Sandberg hits like crazy in the offensive zone, really like the way he plays.

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04-19-2012, 05:46 AM
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So..Sweden will play the winner of Germany-Finland. Likely to be a another SWE-FIN semifinal, we know that Sweden often win over Finland in junior games, but this finnish team is really good. Going to be a tough one.

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