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General Talk '14 — Sweden

Players for WC (in the nice city of Minsk, Belarus, White Russia) http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Fi...na%C5%9Bci.jpg


NHL:

Anaheim (+30) (Lindholm, Silfverberg, Rakell)
San Jose (+27)
Los Angeles (+19)
Phoenix (+8) (Ekman-Larsson)
Vancouver (+3) (Läck, Markström, Edler, Sedin, Sedin)
Calgary (-6) (Backlund)
Edmonton (-14) (Fasth, Lander)

St. Louis (+33) (Berglund, Steen, Pääjärvi)
Colorado (+26) (Landeskog)
Chicago (+23) (Hjalmarsson, Oduya, Rundblad, Krüger, Nordström)
Minnesota (+12) (Brodin)
Dallas (+10)
Nashville (+1) (Hellberg, Ekholm, Hörnqvist, Forsberg, Stålberg)
Winnipeg (0) (Enström)

Pittsburgh (+26)
Philadelphia (+12) (Gustafsson, Grossman)
NY Rangers (+12) (Lundqvist, Strålman, Hagelin, Fast)
Columbus (+8) (Erixon)
Washington (+6) (Urbom, Bäckström, Johansson)
New Jersey (+3) (Larsson, Tedenby, Josefson)
Carolina (0) (Lindholm)
NY Islanders (-6) (Nilsson)

Boston (+35) (Eriksson, Söderberg)
Montreal (+17) (Murray)
Tampa Bay (+16) (Lindbäck, Hedman)
Detroit (+9) (Gustavsson, Kronwall, Ericsson, Zetterberg, Franzén, Nyquist, Järnkrok, Andersson)
Toronto (+4) (Gunnarsson)
Ottawa (+2) (Lehner, Karlsson, Zibanejad)
Florida (-13)
Buffalo (-25) (Enroth, Tallinder, Larsson)


National team:

forwards

Simon Hjalmarsson 6 2+3=5
Pär Arlbrandt 6 2+3=5
David Ullström 6 1+3=4
Linus Klasen 9 3+0=3
Oscar Möller 3 1+2=3
Nicklas Danielsson 3 0+3=3
Andreas Engqvist 3 2+0=2
Per Åslund 3 2+0=2
Martin Thörnberg 3 1+1=2
Tom Wandell 3 1+1=2
Niklas Olausson 3 0+2=2
Niklas Persson 5 1+0=1
Mikael Johansson 3 0+1=1
Marcus Paulsson 3 0+1=1
William Karlsson 3 0+1=1
Mattias Janmark-Nylén 9 0+0=0
Anton Rödin 3 0+0=0
Dennis Rasmussen 6 0+0=0
Daniel Brodin 6 0+0=0
Daniel Bång 6 0+0+0
Dick Axelsson 3 0+0=0
Joel Lundqvist 6 0+0=0
Mattias Sjögren 6 0+0=0
Mario Kempe 3 0+0=0
Robert Rosén 3 0+0=0
Robin Figren 3 0+0=0
Viktor Arvidsson 3 0+0=0
Jimmie Ericsson 3 0+0=0
Andreas Thuresson 3 0+0=0

defense

John Klingberg 6 0+4=4
Daniel Rahimi 6 0+2=2
Sebastian Erixon 3 1+0=1
Niclas Burström 6 0+1=1
Staffan Kronwall 6 0+1=1
Johan Alm 3 0+1=1
Patrik Hersley 3 0+1=1
Niclas Andersén 9 0+0=0
Tobias Viklund 6 0+0=0
Elias Fälth 6 0+0=0
Jonas Ahnelöv 3 0+0=0
Jonas Fransson 3 0+0=0
Tom Nilsson 3 0+0=0


SEL

1. Pär Arlbrandt (RW) Linköping 53 26 45 71 1.34 66 5
2. Joakim Lindström (LW/RW) Skellefteå 55 23 40 63 1.15 72 15
3. Linus Klasen (LW/RW) Luleå 54 28 29 57 1.06 45 13
4. Simon Hjalmarsson (LW) Linköping 55 27 30 57 1.04 87 0
6. Oscar Möller (LW/RW) Skellefteå 48 27 18 45 0.94 14 13
14. Dennis Rasmussen (C/LW) Växjö Lakers 52 16 24 40 0.77 20 6
21. Dick Axelsson (LW) Frölunda 48 10 25 35 0.73 56 4
31. William Karlsson (C) HV71 55 15 22 37 0.67 14 0
36. Mattias Sjögren (C) Linköping 54 6 29 35 0.65 44 7
39. Jimmie Ericsson (LW/RW) Skellefteå 48 13 16 29 0.60 68 5
93. Joel Lundqvist (C) Frölunda 46 3 14 17 0.37 59 1

1. Magnus Nygren (D) Färjestad 25 12 8 20 0.80 8 6
4. Patrik Hersley (D) Leksand 51 24 11 35 0.69 18 0
18. Johan Fransson (D) Luleå 38 5 10 15 0.39 20 10
20. Niclas Burström (D) Skellefteå 55 6 14 20 0.36 32 12
33. Jonas Ahnelöv (D) Frölunda 52 5 9 14 0.27 61 1
50. Daniel Rahimi (D) Linköping 48 1 8 9 0.19 48 -10

8. Linus Ullmark MODO 35 2.08 .931


KHL

Martin Thörnberg (LW) HC Lev Praha 53 18 13 31 0.58 34 12


NLA

Nicklas Danielsson (RW) Rapperswil 18 7 3 10 0.56 38 -2


AHL

1 y * - Manchester Monarchs 76 48 19 3 6 105 0.691 244 188 5-0-1-0 7-2-1-0 5-6 1005
2 y * - Springfield Falcons 75 47 22 1 5 100 0.667 245 207 0-1-0-0 8-2-0-0 10-5 1249 Erixon T
3 y * - Binghamton Senators 75 43 24 3 5 94 0.627 272 230 1-0-2-0 4-3-2-1 3-5 1473 Claesson, Zibanejad
4 x St. John's IceCaps 75 45 23 2 5 97 0.647 253 203 2-0-0-0 4-3-1-2 4-5 1305 Klingberg C
5 x Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins 75 42 25 3 5 92 0.613 206 183 0-2-0-0 6-4-0-0 4-5 1510
6 x Albany Devils 75 39 23 5 8 91 0.607 215 191 4-0-0-0 5-3-1-1 7-8 1037 Larsson, Urbom, Tedenby
7 x Providence Bruins 75 40 24 2 9 91 0.607 233 208 1-0-0-0 7-1-0-2 11-9 1095
8 x Norfolk Admirals 75 40 25 3 7 90 0.600 199 188 4-0-1-0 6-3-1-0 10-7 1388 Petersson, Rakell, Karlsson W
9 Hershey Bears 75 38 27 5 5 86 0.573 219 212 0-2-0-0 6-2-1-1 7-5 1326
10 Hartford Wolf Pack 75 36 32 1 6 79 0.527 200 220 1-0-0-0 8-2-0-0 6-6 1482 Fast J, Lindberg
11 Worcester Sharks 75 35 34 4 2 76 0.507 187 226 0-2-0-0 3-5-1-1 10-2 1268
12 Syracuse Crunch 75 30 32 4 9 73 0.487 195 231 0-2-0-1 4-3-0-3 3-9 1738
13 Adirondack Phantoms 75 30 37 2 6 68 0.453 181 223 3-0-1-0 5-2-1-2 4-6 1818
14 Bridgeport Sound Tigers 75 28 39 2 6 64 0.427 183 236 1-0-0-0 1-8-0-1 4-6 1823
15 Portland Pirates 75 24 38 3 10 61 0.407 218 279 0-6-1-2 1-6-1-2 5-10 1541 Rundblad

1 y * - Texas Stars 75 48 17 3 7 106 0.707 271 193 12-0-0-1 9-0-0-1 2-7 912 Nemeth Klingberg J
2 x * - Grand Rapids Griffins 75 46 23 2 4 98 0.653 235 183 0-1-0-0 5-5-0-0 5-4 933 Almqvist
3 y * - Toronto Marlies 75 44 25 2 4 94 0.627 219 199 0-1-0-0 4-5-0-1 5-4 1614 Granberg
4 x Chicago Wolves 75 44 21 5 5 98 0.653 233 191 3-0-0-0 6-2-0-2 8-5 1018
5 x Abbotsford Heat 75 42 25 5 3 92 0.613 233 212 5-0-0-1 7-2-0-1 5-3 945
6 x Milwaukee Admirals 75 39 23 6 7 91 0.607 215 193 5-0-0-0 8-2-0-0 5-7 1201 Järnkrok, Forsberg
7 x Rochester Americans 75 37 27 6 5 85 0.567 213 213 7-0-0-1 7-2-01135 Larsson J
8 x Oklahoma City Barons 75 35 29 2 9 81 0.540 236 254 1-0-0-0 6-2-0-2 3-9 1219
Klefbom, Lander
9 Charlotte Checkers 75 37 35 1 2 77 0.513 225 234 0-2-0-0 5-5-0-0 4-2 1104 Lindholm E
10 Rockford IceHogs 75 34 32 5 4 77 0.513 227 259 0-2-0-0 3-7-0-0 4-4 1153 Dahlbeck, Nordström
11 Utica Comets 75 34 32 5 4 77 0.513 185 216 1-0-0-0 5-4-1-0 7-4 1064
12 Hamilton Bulldogs 75 33 34 1 7 74 0.493 181 221 2-0-0-1 5-2-0-3 5-7 1339
13 Lake Erie Monsters 75 31 33 1 10 73 0.487 193 229 1-0-0-0 3-4-1-2 7-10 1616
14 San Antonio Rampage 76 30 37 3 6 69 0.454 206 235 0-2-0-0 3-7-0-0 12-6 1082
15 Iowa Wild 75 27 36 7 5 66 0.440 167 232 0-3-1-1 2-6-1-1 8-5 1193


2. Mika Zibanejad (C/RW) Binghamton Senators 6 2 5 7 1.17 4 -1
3. Anton Lander (C/LW) Oklahoma City Barons 43 18 30 48 1.12 28 5
5. Tim Erixon (D) Springfield Falcons 36 5 28 33 0.92 14 -1
6. Johan Larsson (C) Rochester Americans 45 15 23 38 0.84 66 10
7. André Petersson (RW) Norfolk 59 20 28 48 0.81 32 7
8. Rickard Rakell (C/W) Norfolk Admirals 46 14 23 37 0.80 12 8
9. Jesper Fast (RW/LW) Hartford Wolf Pack 48 17 20 37 0.77 30 14
10. Adam Almqvist (D) Grand Rapids Griffins 70 4 49 53 0.76 56 8
11. Calle Järnkrok (C/RW) Milwaukee 62 18 24 42 0.68 16 23
12. David Rundblad (D) Portland Pirates 6 0 4 4 0.67 0 -3
13. William Karlsson (C) Norfolk Admirals 3 0 2 2 0.67 4 1
14. Filip Forsberg (RW/LW) Milwaukee Admirals 44 12 17 29 0.66 14 3
16. Carl Klingberg (RW) St. John's IceCaps 62 22 16 38 0.61 42 11
17. Joakim Nordström (C) Rockford IceHogs 58 17 16 33 0.57 21 8
18. Oscar Lindberg (C/LW) Hartford Wolf Pack 71 15 25 40 0.56 54 5
19. Adam Larsson (D) Albany Devils 32 3 15 18 0.56 16 -3
20. Victor Rask (C/W) Charlotte Checkers 72 15 24 39 0.54 14 -4
22. Mattias Tedenby (LW/RW) Albany Devils 38 9 11 20 0.53 24 -1
23. Klas Dahlbeck (D) Rockford IceHogs 69 10 25 35 0.51 43 24
25. Elias Lindholm (C/RW) Charlotte Checkers 6 1 2 3 0.50 4 -4
28. Fredrik Claesson (D) Binghamton Senators 69 3 25 28 0.41 34 38
31. Alexander Urbom (D) Albany Devils 32 1 10 11 0.34 24 -7
36. Patrik Nemeth (D) Texas Stars 36 3 6 9 0.25 32 19
42. Oscar Klefbom (D) Oklahoma City Barons 45 1 8 9 0.20 10 -9
43. Petter Granberg (D) Toronto Marlies 69 2 5 7 0.10 28 19

1. Cristopher Nilstorp Texas Stars 43 2.45 .919
2. Jacob Markström San Antonio Rampage 29 2.56 .918
3. Joacim Eriksson Utica Comets 49 2.65 .910
4. Niklas Svedberg Providence Bruins 43 2.72 .908
5. Anders Nilsson Bridgeport Sound Tigers 29 2.81 .901


Campers right now:

Anders Nilsson NY Islanders
Joacim Eriksson Vancouver/Utica

Johan Fransson Luleå
Niclas Andersén Cherepovets
Daniel Rahimi Linköping
Jonas Ahnelöv Frölunda
Niclas Burström Skellefteå
Magnus Nygren Färjestad
Patrik Hersley Leksand
Mattias Ekholm Nashville

Mikael Backlund Calgary
Nicklas Danielsson Rapperswil
Dennis Rasmussen Växjö
Mattias Sjögren Linköping
Joel Lundqvist Frölunda
Niklas Olausson Luleå
Dick Axelsson Frölunda
Andreas Thuresson Brynäs
Simon Hjalmarsson Linköping
Linus Klasen Luleå
Jimmie Ericsson Skellefteå
Oscar Möller Skellefteå
Joakim Lindström Skellefteå
William Karlsson HV71


Stanley Cup standings:

St. Louis (Berglund, Steen, Pääjärvi) ---- Chicago (Hjalmarsson, Oduya, Rundblad, Krüger) 3 - 4
Anaheim (Lindholm, Silfverberg, Rakell) ---- Dallas (Nemeth) 4 - 2
Colorado (Landeskog) ---- Minnesota (Brodin) 3 - 4
San Jose ---- Los Angeles 3 - 4

Boston (Eriksson, Söderberg) ---- Detroit (Kronwall, Ericsson, Zetterberg, Franzén, Nyquist) 4 - 2
Pittsburgh ---- Columbus 4 - 2
NY Rangers (Lundqvist, Strålman, Hagelin, Fast) ---- Philadelphia (Gustafsson, Grossmann) 4 - 3
Montreal (Murray) ---- Tampa Bay (Lindbäck, Hedman) 4 - 0


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Thörnberg - Mårtensson - Danielsson
Bergfors - Lundqvist - Petterson
Hjalmarsson - Sjögren - Arlbrandt
Wandell - Persson - Videll

Ahnelöv - Kronwall
Fransson - Andersén
Fälth - Skogs

Alsenfelt
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The Fat One! Five lonely european players at a big hotel waiting for the 18 players who arrive by plane the next day


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I think Anton Rödin should be on the team, the kid is rocking in SHL, great speed and a good shot!

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I think Anton Rödin should be on the team, the kid is rocking in SHL, great speed and a good shot!
He must prove more in EHT. He looked ok in Karjala but that is not enough. If he keep playing strong in SHL he should have a shot at Oddset Hockey Games.


Oh, im bored as hell right now, just had a little cute tought in my head how an allstar-allsvenskan team would do in World Championship. Its a pretty strong leauge..


Pathrik Vesterholm - Stefan Öhman - Ponthus Vesterholm
Alexander Bergström - Jon Palmebjörk - Henrik Björklund
Johan Alcén - Jonas Westerling - Mattias Beck
Dennis Everberg - Michael Nylander - Marcus Sörensen


Nils Andersson - Stefan Andersson
Jens Olsson - Tomas Mitell
Andreas Lilja - Björn Karlsson

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He must prove more in EHT. He looked ok in Karjala but that is not enough. If he keep playing strong in SHL he should have a shot at Oddset Hockey Games.


Oh, im bored as hell right now, just had a little cute tought in my head how an allstar-allsvenskan team would do in World Championship. Its a pretty strong leauge..


Pathrik Vesterholm - Stefan Öhman - Ponthus Vesterholm
Alexander Bergström - Jon Palmebjörk - Henrik Björklund
Johan Alcén - Jonas Westerling - Mattias Beck
Dennis Everberg - Michael Nylander - Marcus Sörensen


Nils Andersson - Stefan Andersson
Jens Olsson - Tomas Mitell
Andreas Lilja - Björn Karlsson

Jonas Fransson
Adam Reideborn


I often find myself hoping that an F-team of ours would play ultra defensive against Belarus and Switzerland.

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tournamnt of revence? will olympic players accepted invites?

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Jimmie Ericsson and Enroth are locks at this point. Everything else is up in the air.

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tournamnt of revence? will olympic players accepted invites?
A couple of guys who were on the 2006 team returned for the World Championships that same year. As usual everything depends on which teams miss the playoffs.

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Think Wennberg will be there. If enough NHL forwards decline invites, of course.

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Why is Tony Martensson not playing in the WC since 2010?

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Why is Tony Martensson not playing in the WC since 2010?
He's retired from the national team.

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He's retired from the national team.
Oh well I didn't know that.

It's weird though because he could clearly still be enough good.

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Think Wennberg will be there.

he is very young, this players are ahead of him: hjalmarsson, klasen, robban nilsson, arlbrant, bergfors, omark, karlsson, lundqvist, pettersson, rasmussen, möller, axelsson, thörnberg, ericsson, sjögren, arvidsson. probaly more.

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Oh well I didn't know that.

It's weird though because he could clearly still be enough good.
same with joakim lindstrom.

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niklas persson will make the team no matter what.

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he is very young, this players are ahead of him: hjalmarsson, klasen, robban nilsson, arlbrant, bergfors, omark, karlsson, lundqvist, pettersson, rasmussen, möller, axelsson, thörnberg, ericsson, sjögren, arvidsson. probaly more.
Right now. I'm thinking Wennberg will finish the season strong and get in contention with someone like William Karlsson. There's a lack of good Swedish playmaking centers in Europe. You're mentioning a lot of wingers. Nilsson, Bergfors? Haven't played on the NT for years. Arvidsson is way less well-rounded than Wennberg, I don't see his game translating to the WC very well.


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Right now. I'm thinking Wennberg will finish the season strong and get in contention with someone like William Karlsson. There's a lack of good Swedish playmaking centers in Europe. You're mentioning a lot of wingers. Nilsson, Bergfors? Haven't played on the NT for years. Arvidsson is way less well-rounded than Wennberg, I don't see his game translating to the WC very well.
Nilsson is awesome in NLA. Bergfors is having a good season in KHL. They should be tested again. Arvidsson is a good checker.

I like Karlsson more than Wennberg, he is more gritty.

But I hope Wennberg get tested in EHT or some test games.

Do you think Andreas Johnson have a chance?

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The national team usually gives one or two young players a shot as an investment in the future, I could see Wennberg or Karlsson being those this time.

Would much rather give young players who might become stars in the future some national team experience than waste spots on some decidedly average players who will never get better.

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Andreas Engqvist has been sharp in KHL and has scored 2 goals in 3 games in EHT, he has also participated to wc in 2010.

He could certainly play with Sweden.

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Bergfors - Backlund - Hjalmarsson
Thörnberg - Karlsson - Pettersson
Ericsson - Lundqvist - Persson
Nilsson - Wennberg - Brodin

Tallinder - Kronwall
Burström - Klingberg
Andersén - Hersley

Enroth
Tellqvist
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I wonder if there will be bigger emphasis on big, skilled players who can skate and defend well after the Canada victory at the Olympics. On defense we are both skilled and big for a decade or so. And three centers weigh in on nearly 100 kg, Bäckström, Berglund and Söderberg. Steen, Landeskog and Zetterberg are prima meat balls as well.

Comparison if Sweden used bigger, heavier players.


Carey Price 26 190 ---- Henrik Lundqvist 31 185 90


Jay Bouwmeester 30 193 96 ---- Jonathan Ericsson 29 195 102
Drew Doughty 24 184 94 ---- Alexander Edler 27 193 100
Dan Hamhuis 31 185 95 ---- Carl Gunnarsson 27 188 93
Duncan Keith 30 184 91 ---- Erik Karlsson 23 182 82
Alex Pietrangelo 24 193 95 ---- Niklas Hjalmarsson 27 187 93
Marc-Édouard Vlasic 26 185 93 ---- Nicklas Grossmann 27 193 105
Shea Weber 28 193 106 ---- Victor Hedman 23 198 105


Jamie Benn (LW) 24 188 91 ---- Loui Eriksson (RW) 28 188 88
Patrice Bergeron (RW) 28 188 86 ---- Carl Hagelin (LW) 25 182 84
Jeff Carter (RW) 29 193 95 ---- Johan Franzén 34 189 101
Sidney Crosby (C) 26 180 91 ---- Nicklas Bäckström (C) 26 186 97
Matt Duchene (LW) 23 180 91 ---- Marcus Johansson (LW) 23 181 93
Ryan Getzlaf (C) 28 193 100 ---- Patrik Berglund (C) 25 192 100
Chris Kunitz (LW) 34 183 90 ---- Gabriel Landeskog (LW) 184 93
Patrick Marleau (LW) 34 188 100 ---- Carl Söderberg (C) 27 191 99
Rick Nash (LW/RW) 29 193 100 ---- Jimmie Ericsson (RW) 34 189 96
Corey Perry (RW) 28 191 95 ---- Alexander Steen (LW) 29 182 96
Patrick Sharp (LW/RW) 32 185 89 ---- Henrik Sedin (C) 32 188 87
John Tavares (C) 23 183 91 ---- Henrik Zetterberg (LW) 32 182 89
Jonathan Toews (C) 25 188 94 ---- Jakob Silfverberg (LW) 23 186 91
Steven Stamkos (C) 24 ---- Daniel Sedin (LW) 33 186 85


Oliver Ekman Larsson 22 188 86
Hampus Lindholm 20 188 88
Jonas Brodin 20 185 88

Daniel Alfredsson 41 182 92
Marcus Krüger 23 182 82
Gustav Nyquist 24 180 84
Mikael Backlund 24 185 92
Mika Zibanejad 20 187 91
Magnus Pääjärvi 23 187 93
Carl Klingberg 23 90 97
Oscar Klefbom 20 192 91


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I wonder if there will be bigger emphasis on big, skilled players who can skate and defend well after the Canada victory at the Olympics.
That's the difference between Canada and everyone else. They have elite players in any size and position to choose from. We can't be picky about that, we need to pick our best players and go from there. A few of them happen to be big like Edler, but they're few.

Have a feeling we will have a pretty weak team on paper this year. There'll be no's from olympians, and the location isn't that good. Should be able to get Backlund, Johan Larsson and a few guys like that at least. Enroth again, why not?

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That's the difference between Canada and everyone else. They have elite players in any size and position to choose from. We can't be picky about that, we need to pick our best players and go from there. A few of them happen to be big like Edler, but they're few.

Have a feeling we will have a pretty weak team on paper this year. There'll be no's from olympians, and the location isn't that good. Should be able to get Backlund, Johan Larsson and a few guys like that at least. Enroth again, why not?
Im guessing Tallinder would wanna come no? He seems to enjoy being on the NT.

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Jimmie Ericsson and Enroth are locks at this point. Everything else is up in the air.
Well, Enroth is having a poor season for a struggling NHL team, his form is very difficult to judge right now, I do have my doubts though.

Considering old merits he stand a good chance, of course.

>I'm really hoping for Omark, he has to prove himself first though.

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