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01-17-2004, 07:12 AM
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Where will Robert Nilsson end up?

My money goes for Djurgårdens IF.

btw Robert Nilsson had 4 assist in the J20 today when he played for Leksand(his last game in Dalarna?).

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Maybe he wants to join his daddy in Timrå?

 
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As far as I know Roberts dad is Kent Nilsson and not Kent Johansson . I wouldnt be surprised if Robert plays in NorthAmerica next season(Juniors or minor league).

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As far as I know Roberts dad is Kent Nilsson and not Kent Johansson . I wouldnt be surprised if Robert plays in NorthAmerica next season(Juniors or minor league).
Argh... what a mistake

 
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If Robert is to play in North America next season it should be in the AHL. I don't think he wants to trade down and play on a lower level (CHL).

I still think he'll stay in Sweden and my guess is that he'll sign a 2-year contract with Djurgården, very soon.
I think DIF would be a good option for Nilsson, but the best one IMO would be Timrå.
A good team, but at the same time not very deep which would mean that Robert would get quality ice-time.

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If Robert is to play in North America next season it should be in the AHL. I don't think he wants to trade down and play on a lower level (CHL).

I still think he'll stay in Sweden and my guess is that he'll sign a 2-year contract with Djurgården, very soon.
I think DIF would be a good option for Nilsson, but the best one IMO would be Timrå.
A good team, but at the same time not very deep which would mean that Robert would get quality ice-time.
I would prefer him to play for Brynäs. Another team where he should get plenty of icetime as Brynäs only have 3 lines and he's good enough for that. However, I would think that Djurgår'n is the only real alternative for him. We'll find out soon...

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Fredrik: Brynäs, Luleå and Malmö are three clubs that Robban never gonna play with... according to him self...

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Robert has now been suspended from SEL training and SEL play with Leksand and is currently with the U20-team.
Looks like we will se somekind of deal soon.

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Robert has now been suspended from SEL training and SEL play with Leksand and is currently with the U20-team.
Looks like we will se somekind of deal soon.
From what I read in the newspapers Djurgården is the only alternative. They want him and he probably wants to play for them. And his father offered him to Djurgården.

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I think Masken Carlsson could be in for a disappointment if he expects someone to pay alot for Robban Nilsson. His contract goes out in may anyway. Be a good sport about it Masken, let Robban go.

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Nilsson is still under contract so I cant see any reason why Leksand should give him up for nothing. Five team has reported to Leksand that they would like to have him on the roster(I guess Djurgården is one of the teams and AIK could be another one(though Robban has already decline that offer)..

Another intresting note is that Robert Nilsson is a very close friend to Tobias Enström.

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