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01-09-2012, 09:36 AM
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WJC Squad 2012-13?

New thread to get discussion going.

Aberg Karlsson Rakell
Forsberg Lindholm Collberg
Sorensen Rask Schumacher
Boyce Nermark Gortz
Burakovsky

Klefbom Lindholm
Bystrom Nilsson
Vikstrand Bengtsson
Andersson

Lundstrom
Dansk

Zibby, Brodin - Expected to be in NHL.
Rakell and Forsberg - NHL candidates depending on which team that drafts them.
Sorensen - is a question mark due to the injury, hope he recover fully.
Burakovsky - similar path as Forsberg, allsv regular next season?

Left out
Froberg, Molin, Porsberger, Arvidsson, Blomstrand, Wedin, E.Karlsson, L-Karlsson
Folin, Arnesson, Stenqvist, Nielsen, Blomqvist

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01-09-2012, 10:12 AM
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Nice team. Not the best center depth we've ever had but the wingers are insane. Defense looks pretty good if they develop as hoped this year. Hard to get a read on the goalies as of now (isn't it ever).

I really hope Sörensen gets back to his best. Disgusting ****ing cheapshot.

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I dont know if he's skilled enough, but Vancouvers 4th round pick Ludwig Blomstrand has some seroius wheels. Physical too, perfect checkingline player.

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Dark horse.



Emil Djuse
http://eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=20013


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What do you guys think about Emil Lundberg? I haven't watched Södertäje much,but he seems to be given a scoring line role and has some great size (6'04''). (dunno about his skating)

The team will probably be pretty good (I have high hopes for Elias Lindholm being a leading player), lots of returning players. The key seems to be that theres some d-men that evolve a lot in one year.

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I dont know if he's skilled enough, but Vancouvers 4th round pick Ludwig Blomstrand has some seroius wheels. Physical too, perfect checkingline player.

Ludwig Blomstrand - Emil Lundberg - David Lillieström Karlsson


Could be a nice checkingline.

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Rakell and Forsberg - NHL candidates depending on which team that drafts them.
Forsberg will be available, count on it. Rakell was drafted this summer by the Ducks.

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What do you guys think about Emil Lundberg? I haven't watched Södertäje much,but he seems to be given a scoring line role and has some great size (6'04''). (dunno about his skating)

The team will probably be pretty good (I have high hopes for Elias Lindholm being a leading player), lots of returning players. The key seems to be that theres some d-men that evolve a lot in one year.
I saw Lindholm play as late as this Sunday. He is very very good. I expect him to be the possibly most important forward on this team, being the first line center. I'm confident he'll be a regular in Brynas senior team next season and racking up a decent amount of points. IMO he has an even higher upside than Järnkrok.

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Almost sure that Emil Lundberg will be on the team. I also think with Brodin it's 50/50. Yes, he's great, but he can develop physically, and can easily stay for another year.

I like the team by OP, would probably switch Burakowsky with Lundberg. And maybe Andersson with Joakim Ryan.

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I saw Lindholm play as late as this Sunday. He is very very good. I expect him to be the possibly most important forward on this team, being the first line center. I'm confident he'll be a regular in Brynas senior team next season and racking up a decent amount of points. IMO he has an even higher upside than Järnkrok.
Kind of hard complaining on this years roster seeing as it turned out but I really would've wanted to see Lindholm on it.

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Cleasson @ WJC

Can any informed member comment on his play during the World Juniors. Not sure what to expect out of him as a Seantors prospect, but already having played a full season in the SEL as a 19 yr old D-man is promising isn't it?

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I really hope Sörensen gets back to his best. Disgusting ****ing cheapshot.
Explain Sorensen situation? He is also a Sens prospect.

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Explain Sorensen situation? He is also a Sens prospect.
Not Marcus Sörensen, Nick Sörensen

http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=33472

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What do you guys think about Emil Lundberg? I haven't watched Södertäje much,but he seems to be given a scoring line role and has some great size (6'04''). (dunno about his skating)

The team will probably be pretty good (I have high hopes for Elias Lindholm being a leading player), lots of returning players. The key seems to be that theres some d-men that evolve a lot in one year.
Would be awsome if he could make it to next years WJC, since he is actually a neighbour to me. Plus of course that would mean he plays well for SSK.

He does look better and better in SSK. Need to score more points still though!

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Forgott about Ryan and Lundberg. I could see both make the team.

Agree on what was mentioned about defense. Hopefully Bystrom, Lindholm can continue their current pace of development and others breaking out (Arnesson) or having a comeback season (Bengtsson).
Could even Hagg or Cederholm be good enough to be challenging for a roster spot?


There is alot of hype for the 2013 draft, as usual 1,5 year before. Most well known hf knowers/scouts have E. Lindholm in the 10-20 range but when it's all said and done my money is on the 5-10 range.


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Gustav Possler should at least be in the race.

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First Team 19 selected:

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1 GK Lassinantti Joel Luleå HF SWE 08.01.93 Luleå 176 82 L
30 GK Lundström Niklas AIK SWE 10.01.93 Värmdö 188 81 L

2 D Bohman Marcus MODO Hockey SWE 03.10.93 Södertälje 180 88 R
4 D de la Rose Erik Leksands IF SWE 09.06.93 Arvika 181 75 R
6 D Klefbom Oscar Färjestads BK SWE 20.07.93 Karlstad 192 91 L
7 D Nilsson Tom Mora IK SWE 19.08.93 Stockholm 184 80 R
8 D Nielsen Jonatan Linköpings HC SWE 11.09.93 Anderstorp 190 82 L
9 D Vikstrand Mikael Mora IK SWE 05.11.93 Karlstad 188 84 L
25 D Brodin Jonas Färjestads BK SWE 12.07.93 Karlstad 185 82 L

11 F Boyce Rotevall Jeremy Timrå IK SWE 28.08.93 Stockholm 183 77 L
12 F Görtz Max Färjestads BK SWE 28.01.93 Höör 189 89 R
13 F Arvidsson Viktor Skellefteå AIK SWE 08.04.93 Skellefteå 175 76 R
14 F Björklund Gustav Södertälje SK SWE 23.02.93 Stockholm 174 72 R
15 F Lundberg Emil Södertälje SK SWE 17.09.93 Katrineholm 191 92 L
16 F Nermark Joachim Linköpings HC SWE 12.05.93 Sunne 185 88 L
17 F Karlsson William VIK Västerås HK SWE 08.01.93 Stockholm 183 79 L
18 F Nyström Erik MODO Hockey SWE 30.10.93 Stockholm 180 80 L
19 F Lilja Jakob Rögle BK SWE 23.07.93 Malmö 183 85 L
20 F Lillieström Karlsson David AIK SWE 12.04.93 Stockholm 180 85 L
21 F Zibanejad Mika Djurgårdens IF SWE 18.04.93 Stockholm 187 91 R
22 F Molin Emil Brynäs IF SWE 03.02.93 Gävle 184 80 L
27 F Åberg Pontus Djurgårdens IF SWE 23.09.93 Stockholm 181 88 R


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Rickard Rakell - William Karlsson - Mika Zibanejad
Filip Forsberg - Sebastian Collberg - Pontus Åberg
Nick Sörensen - Victor Rask - Emil Lundberg
Jeremy-Boyce - Joachim Nermark - Michael Schumacher
Lindholm

Klefbom-Brodin
Bengtsson-Lindholm
Nilsson-Wikstrand
Byström

Lundström
Dansk

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Rickard Rakell - William Karlsson - Mika Zibanejad
Filip Forsberg - Sebastian Collberg - Pontus Åberg
Nick Sörensen - Victor Rask - Emil Lundberg
Jeremy-Boyce - Joachim Nermark - Michael Schumacher
Lindholm

Klefbom-Brodin
Bengtsson-Lindholm
Nilsson-Wikstrand
Byström

Lundström
Dansk
That would be the ideal roster right now, a good mix of size and skill. Zibanejad will most likely be in the NHL, Klefbom and Brodin might be there as well but have a good chance of being loaned to the WJC. The only big loss otherwise from this years team imo is the top line of Sundström-Larsson-Friberg, every other position will have a good replacement and the young guys will be a year better. Goaltending will probably not be as good next year, but its proven now that a good swedish team can win the tournament without a monster in net.

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Aberg - Zibanejad - Rakell
Forsberg - Karlsson - Collberg
Boyce - Rask - Lundberg
Schumacher - Nermark - Blomstrand





Klefbom-Brodin
Nilsson-Byström
Bengtsson-Lindholm


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Burakovsky and Emil Molin are my wildcards for making the team.

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First game played in the Czech 5-nation tourney.

CZE - SWE | 2-5

0-1 V. Arvidsson (S.Karlsson, G.Björklund)
1-1 T.Rousek (P.Koblasa)
1-2 G.Björklund (W.Karlsson, V.Arvidsson)
1-3 V. Arvidsson (E.Lundberg, O.Engsund
1-4 L.Fröberg (E.Nyström, M.Görtz)
2-4 J.Koblasa (M.Janota, L.Lhotak)
2-5 M.Bohman (G.Björklund, E.Molin)


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Joel Lassinatti, Luleå
Niklas Lundström, AIK

Albin Blomqvist, Lethbridge
Jonatan Nielsen, Linköping
Tom Nilsson, Mora
Filip Windlert, AIK
Mikael Vikstrand, Mora
Karl Johansson, Brynäs

Jeremy Boyce Rotevall, Timrå
Ludwig Blomstrand, Djurgården
Viktor Arvidsson, Skellefteå
Emil Lundberg, Södertälje
William Karlsson, Västerås
Jakob Lilja, Rögle
Michael Schumacher, Soo Greyhounds
Joachim Nermark, Linköping
Pontus Åberg, Djurgården

Roster for U19 tourney in Moscow + game against Estonia men's team. Why so few forwards?

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