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10-18-2004, 09:21 PM
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What happened to Stefan Liv and why so many PIM for Forsberg?

I just looked on EliteProspects and noticed that Liv is getting lit up like a Christmas tree compared to last season, is it because HV71 is that bad and the increased competition or just bad play by Liv? From a Wings perspective, I am surprised (and a bit worried).

Also, I noticed that Peter Forsberg has 28 PIM so far in 9 games, it seems like a lot for him. I know he has a temper and everything.

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Forsberg got a 2+10 in the first game of the season for barely touching an opponent. Also, the refs has gone crazy this year calling every little incident. I guess they are trying to get rid of all the hooking and clutching.

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It's Boo Ahl's time.

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I just looked on EliteProspects and noticed that Liv is getting lit up like a Christmas tree compared to last season, is it because HV71 is that bad and the increased competition or just bad play by Liv? From a Wings perspective, I am surprised (and a bit worried).
I think it's a little of both, according to the reports. HV 71 have played a terrible defensive game so far, anchored by vet Fredrik Olausson, as time finally seem to have caught up with him. Stefan Liv have let in some easy goals as well.

Liv has always been a player who can be as good as the best when he is on the top of his play, but could be as bad as anyone at periods as well. His inconsistency probably never will make him a NHL goalie IMO. I'm though quite sure his numbers would be a lot better if he played behind Frölundas defense, like Lundqvist do, but in the opposite, Johan Holmqvist playes really good in the worst team in the league, Brynäs. Liv seems to have a little hard to get up from a couple bad games, but he'll be better as the season goes on, that's a quite sure bet.

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Why isn't this in the official SEL thread?

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It's Boo Ahl's time.
It´s Brian Boucher's time.

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It´s Brian Boucher's time.
lol, my timing sucks.

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