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09-24-2016, 04:47 AM
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Swedish Junior Leagues 2016/17

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09-24-2016, 05:26 AM
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A danish guy named Rasmus T. Andersson is leading the point race with 8 points 4 games. I guess he will play WJC for Denmark.

Isaac Brännström, the brother of Erik Brännström, has 7 points in 4 games so far. How big talent is Isaac?

Edgars Treijs is back in swedish hockey, 6 points in 4 games so far.

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Hey guys, German guy visiting here! Are there any live streams for the J20 Superelit, or do any teams stream their games individually? Thanks a lot in advance.

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Hey guys, German guy visiting here! Are there any live streams for the J20 Superelit, or do any teams stream their games individually? Thanks a lot in advance.
svenskhockey.play.livearena.com has almost every game, not for free though.

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Brynäs beat Västerås 12-3. I'm surprised as Västerås won the first 4 games pretty easy..

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Brynäs beat Västerås 12-3. I'm surprised as Västerås won the first 4 games pretty easy..
A parent said it was more even than the score, Brynäs had too much skill though and everything went in.

Västerås has a few interesting players. Lukas Zetterberg, Eric Berkerud, Edgars Treijs as TheFatOne mentioned.

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Brynäs beat Västerås 12-3. I'm surprised as Västerås won the first 4 games pretty easy..
That younger Boqvist plays with some serious swagger. 16 year old D-man leading the forecheck numerous times in his first J20 game.

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Isac Andersson with 4+1 in his first game with Frölunda U16.

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svenskhockey.play.livearena.com has almost every game, not for free though.
Thank you!

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Noel Gunlar is leading J18 Norra in scoring, hasn't turned 15 yet.

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Pretty good amount of -00 players playing in J20 already

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Adam Boqvist injured? Might miss WHC-17

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Adam Boqvist injured? Might miss WHC-17
New injury or the same as before (hand?) that he had early in the season?

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Anyone seen much of Emil Bemström this year?

I saw some of him in the Hlinka and he looked a pretty good young player there. And his stats in J20 are really impressive.

I know that Leksands are a bit of a powerhouse this year... so may be inflating his stats... and I doubt he keeps up the 25% shot he has. But still, 20pts in 15gp is serious production.

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Anyone seen much of Emil Bemström this year?

I saw some of him in the Hlinka and he looked a pretty good young player there. And his stats in J20 are really impressive.

I know that Leksands are a bit of a powerhouse this year... so may be inflating his stats... and I doubt he keeps up the 25% shot he has. But still, 20pts in 15gp is serious production.
Heven't seen much but I like him as well. Not the biggest guy but skating, hockey sense and hands are good. He also plays with an edge.

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Heven't seen much but I like him as well. Not the biggest guy but skating, hockey sense and hands are good. He also plays with an edge.
Yeh, that is what I saw from him in the Hlinka games I saw.

Could be a guy (especially given on younger side of draft year) who flies under the radar... though I expect he starts getting SHL time proper as year progresses and it could in turn catapult him up the draft.

Forsbacka-Karlsson seems a not too dissimilar kind of talent/upside at same age from limited viewing. But Bemström is a better skater, not as big. Both have that intensity and IQ.

In other words I don't think it would be too big a shock if he crept inside the 2nd round as year progresses. Seems to have no real 'red flags'... apart from size... but he is not 'small small'... just a big below what is ideal.

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I'm so excited to get to see Noel Gunler, the kid has had an impressive start of this season.

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Anyone seen much of Emil Bemström this year?

I saw some of him in the Hlinka and he looked a pretty good young player there. And his stats in J20 are really impressive.

I know that Leksands are a bit of a powerhouse this year... so may be inflating his stats... and I doubt he keeps up the 25% shot he has. But still, 20pts in 15gp is serious production.
Hey, i follow the Leksand junior teams very closely so ive seen him alot.

I was kinda disapointed in his first season last year, even though it was still really good, just had so high expectations i guess. Anyways, he made it to the Hnlinka tourney which suprised me alittle but he played really well as the teams 4th line center (alongside another leksand player Aterius). And when the series started he just built off that success and everything just started clicking in a big way.

He has a high hockey IQ for sure. Has all the tools, great hands and great wrister and one timer. Can finish plays well close to the goalie aswell. Looks like the real deal. Should be very interesting to see how he does in the upcoming Team 18 tournament.

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I'm so excited to get to see Noel Gunler, the kid has had an impressive start of this season.

Statswise it seems pretty impressive yes. What can you say about his play?

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I watched the swedish j18 elite league game in Malmo between Malmo and Frolunda on the december the 7th and was impressed by Frolundas D-man #41 Joseph Berger.
http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=288460

This young talented juniorplayer Scored the game winning goal in this game and is gifted with one of the best one-timer slapshot i've ever seen.
I watched P.K.Subban when he played in the Ontario hockey league a couple of years ago and there is similarities between these two players when it comes to the ability to shoot the puck.

Berger born on the 13 th of december 1999 is eligible for the 2018 NHL entry draft.

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Will be interesting to see how the producing young guns fare against tougher competition in J18 Allsvenskan. Some solid starts so far:
Grewe (01) 2+4 in 3 GP
Raymond (02) 3+3 in 2 GP
Holtz (02) 4+0 in 3 GP

Just scratching the surface, but it could be fun to follow these coming months. Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't Raymond invited to the U16 elitcamp? And if he was, did he decline? I think I've read it somewhere.


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Will be interesting to see how the producing young guns fare against tougher competition in J18 Allsvenskan. Some solid starts so far:
Grewe (01) 2+4 in 3 GP
Raymond (02) 3+3 in 2 GP
Holtz (02) 4+0 in 3 GP

Just scratching the surface, but it could be fun to follow these coming months. Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't Raymond invited to the U16 elitcamp? And if he was, did he decline? I think I've read it somewhere.
Very impressive numbers indeed. Arvid Costmar (01) leads Linköping in scoring, 4+1 in 3 games and Oscar Bjerselius (01) has 2+2 for Djurgården. Looks like 01 and 02 generation has some fire power offensively.

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Arvid Costmar (01) scored his first J20-goal for Linköping today.

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Arvid Costmar (01) scored his first J20-goal for Linköping today.
As did William Persson, also 01, for Skellefteå J20.

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Players of the month in the Swedish Junior Leagues for January:
https://www.hockeymagasinet.com/arti...forvandlat-aik

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