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07-17-2014, 03:10 PM
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TV-pucken 2014

TV-Pucken 2014

Qualifying groups in Östersund and Tranås, 12-14 september.

Playoffs in Karlskoga, October 29-

Who looks strong this year?
Who will be this year's breakout stars like Moverare, Forsmark, Sethsson?

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07-18-2014, 02:13 AM
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I think there are a much more important question and that is how many will stop playing hockey because they failed to make TV-PUCKEN.

I hope the tournament will be moved to lets say fall The second year of u18. Then all stress about HG is finished and all players are more mature and knows that it is not the end of the world to miss out the tournament.

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07-19-2014, 09:26 AM
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I think there are a much more important question and that is how many will stop playing hockey because they failed to make TV-PUCKEN.

I hope the tournament will be moved to lets say fall The second year of u18. Then all stress about HG is finished and all players are more mature and knows that it is not the end of the world to miss out the tournament.
They're 15, not 9. At some point there have to be a line drawn when you can tell kids who are good and who aren't.

If you can't get your kid into one of the SHL or Allsvenskan clubs, or even one of the decent div.1 programs like Tingsryd, Troja or Mariestad, well.. then this players isn't one of the 400 or so best in his age group and is not gonna be a good player. The real problem in my opinion is that there isn't enough of a support system for the guys who take this realization very hard.

It's also a shame that there are so few jr. clubs who are there just for fun and not to breed future stars.

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Västergötland looks even stronger this year, HV's Max Wennlund a stand out on the team, but they're much more even throughout the roster than last year when they relied heavily on their top two lines.

Skåne looks sharp too, Malmö's Sylvegård and Rögle's Liljegren will be leading players for them.

Göteborg mixes some extremely bleak performances with very good games. Frölunda's Philip Ekberg looks really good.

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Norrbotten will have a couple of really talented Luleå forwards.

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07-19-2014, 03:41 PM
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From what i saw at Marscupen i agree Västergötland looks really good. Skåne and Småland looks good also even though Småland only sent a "b squad" to Marscupen. Göteborg and Östergötland a bit behind at the moment but perhaps they could both do some damage if they get it together.

Anyone know the format of tv-pucken this year? I've heard something about some districts being qualified for the playoffs without playing the group stage?

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They're 15, not 9. At some point there have to be a line drawn when you can tell kids who are good and who aren't.

If you can't get your kid into one of the SHL or Allsvenskan clubs, or even one of the decent div.1 programs like Tingsryd, Troja or Mariestad, well.. then this players isn't one of the 400 or so best in his age group and is not gonna be a good player. The real problem in my opinion is that there isn't enough of a support system for the guys who take this realization very hard.

It's also a shame that there are so few jr. clubs who are there just for fun and not to breed future stars.
So you mean If the kid doesn't make TV-PUCKEN he can quit playing?
In that case sweden will soon not have any players at all.

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07-20-2014, 10:26 AM
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The system is that there are two groups with lower-ranked teams (everything from Östergötland to Gotland), and the higher-ranked teams (Stockholm, Dalarna, Skåne etc.) are already qualified for the second part of the tournament.

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So you mean If the kid doesn't make TV-PUCKEN he can quit playing?
In that case sweden will soon not have any players at all.
No, of course not. I want everyone to play for as long as they want, was just wondering at what point you would suggest players should be told who's a promising player and who's not? If you remove TV-pucken, you still have the HG recruitment right around that time anyway, and unless you change the entire age system with our schools, you're not gonna remove what you seem to think is the problem anyway.

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The system is that there are two groups with lower-ranked teams (everything from Östergötland to Gotland), and the higher-ranked teams (Stockholm, Dalarna, Skåne etc.) are already qualified for the second part of the tournament.
Right, think i've read that somewhere now that you mention it. Pretty odd system for a competition with all new squads every year.

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Right, think i've read that somewhere now that you mention it. Pretty odd system for a competition with all new squads every year.
Absolutely, and apparently there's something weird with the rankings, Stockholm can use their old rankings for both teams and are qualified, whereas Småland can't do that for their two.. And teams who were good in the 90's have an advantage on Östergötland who have been pretty good in recent years.. I don't know what kind of genius made this up.

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Göteborg beat Västergötland 6-2 in an exhibition game today.

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Göteborg beat Västergötland 6-2 in an exhibition game today.
Any scorers or lineups? Heard Karlskrona's Kalle Miketinac will switch to Frölunda and play for Göteborg as well.

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Any scorers or lineups? Heard Karlskrona's Kalle Miketinac will switch to Frölunda and play for Göteborg as well.
No, unfortunately nothing. Ok, if so Göteborg will get a great addition to their team.

Östergötland made their squad official today:

Goalies:
Rasmus Häggebrink, Linköpings HC (Linköpings HC)
Hugo Kullander, Linköpings HC (Linköpings HC)
Max Kjellgren, Valdemarsviks IF (Valdemarsviks IF)

Defenders:
Anton Björkman, Linköpings HC (Linköpings HC)
Adam Ginning, Linköpings HC (Linköpings HC) 2000
Theo Carmefeldt, Linköpings HC (Linköpings HC)
Felix Brodén, Linköpings HC (Linköpings HC)
Isac Persson, Linköpings HC (Linköpings HC)
Jakob Mattsson, Linköpings HC (Linköpings HC)
Lucas Pettersson, Mjölby HC (HC Wettern)
Axel Fransén, Valdemarsviks IF (Valdemarsviks IF)

Forwards:
Pontus Hörnberg, Linköpings HC (Linköpings HC)
Jakob Sundberg, Linköpings HC (Linköpings HC)
Filip Fornåå Svensson, Linköpings HC (Linköpings HC)
Jonathan Eigel, Linköpings HC (Linköpings HC)
Petter Eklöf, Linköpings HC (Linköpings HC)
Jakob Ekelund, Linköpings HC (Linköpings HC) 2000
Christopher Rapp, Linköpings HC (Linköpings HC) 2000
Arvid Degerstedt, Linköpings HC (HC Vita Hästen)
Adam Svensson, Mjölby HC (Motala AIF HK)
Petter Lunnemar, Mjölby HC (Mjölby HC)
Eric Asp, Finspångs AIK HC (Finspångs AIK HC)
Emil Ekelund, Finspångs AIK HC (Finspångs AIK HC)

A pretty well rounded team that perhaps lacks the depth that will take them all the way. Arvid Degerstedt is a guy to keep an eye on for the tournament, amazing offensive talent.

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Any scorers or lineups? Heard Karlskrona's Kalle Miketinac will switch to Frölunda and play for Göteborg as well.
Don't really remember now, Västergötland had Göteborg by the ropes for most of the game though. Göteborg got on the board late in the second, tied it early in the third and then Västergötland fell apart. Västergötlands' goals were scored by Wennlund and Gustav Svensson.

Correct, Miketinac have signed with Frölunda all will play for Göteborg.

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A couple of results from Lysekil cup for district teams:
Örebro beat Västergötland after sudden death.
Östergötland-Bohuslän/Dal 8-1
Östergötland-Västergötland 4-2

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A couple of results from Lysekil cup for district teams:
Örebro beat Västergötland after sudden death.
Östergötland-Bohuslän/Dal 8-1
Östergötland-Västergötland 4-2
Any standouts? Wennlund? Degerstedt?

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I only follow via Twitter unfortunately so dont't know. But Degerstedt is playing with LHC j18 instead of Östergötland.

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Östergötland-Värmland 4-3 after penalty shots.

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Västergötland-Värmland 2-0
Östergötland-Örebro 2-1


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Just a few weeks left until the qualifying round september 12-14. I guess most districts should have named their squads by now. Here's Ångermanland:

Målvakter
Philip Sjödin, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
Lucas Jägbring, Modo/ÖSK

Backar
Marcus Ullsten, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
Daniel Engström, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
Filip Westerlund, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
William Svanberg, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
Victor Berglund, Modo/SIF
Rasmus Sandin, Modo/Almtuna
Tomislav Lovric, Modo/SIF

Forwards
Oscar Frestadius, AIK Härnösand/Sollefteå
Nils Viklund, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
Oskar Pettersson, ÖHF/SIF
Carl Westberg, Modo/Anundsjö
Axel Lundgren, Modo/Husum
Lukas Wernblom, Modo/Modo
Tobias Åhström, Modo/KB65
Max Tjärnström, Modo/KB65
Isak Andersson, Modo/Almtuna
Mattias Nordström, Sollefteå/Sollefteå


Interesting that Rasmus Sandin (00) will represent Ångermanland and not Uppland. That is also the case with for example Kalle Miketinac who will represent Göteborg instead of Blekinge. Anyone now what rules apply to these situations? There's also a bunch of players born 99 who changes club into another district but still represents their old district in tv-pucken. Is it solely up to the player/new district to decide or are there rules set by swedish federation?

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Ångermanland:

Målvakter
Johannes Eliasson, Strömsbro IF
Viktor Sohlborg, Hofors HC

Backar
Victor Olsson, Brynäs IF
David Bergström, Brynäs IF
Isac Sjöman, Brynäs IF
Hampus Bergqvist, Hille/Sätra
Gustav Granquist, Strömsbro IF
Fredrik Wieser, Hille/Sätra
Lucas Gustavsson, Brynäs IF

Forwards
Pontus Andersson, Brynäs IF
David Ojamäe, Brynäs IF
Gabriel Seger, Brynäs IF
Thomas Johnsen, Strömsbro IF
Linus Udd Hellgren, Brynäs IF
Linus Brodd, Brynäs IF
Gustav Müller, Brynäs IF
Samuel Solem, Brynäs IF
William Halldén, Valbo HC
Max Lundén, Strömsbro IF
Petter Stjerna, Strömsbro IF
Hampus Lindberg, Hofors HC
Oscar Birgersson, Hofors HC

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Just a few weeks left until the qualifying round september 12-14. I guess most districts should have named their squads by now. Here's Ångermanland:

Målvakter
Philip Sjödin, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
Lucas Jägbring, Modo/ÖSK

Backar
Marcus Ullsten, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
Daniel Engström, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
Filip Westerlund, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
William Svanberg, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
Victor Berglund, Modo/SIF
Rasmus Sandin, Modo/Almtuna
Tomislav Lovric, Modo/SIF

Forwards
Oscar Frestadius, AIK Härnösand/Sollefteå
Nils Viklund, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
Oskar Pettersson, ÖHF/SIF
Carl Westberg, Modo/Anundsjö
Axel Lundgren, Modo/Husum
Lukas Wernblom, Modo/Modo
Tobias Åhström, Modo/KB65
Max Tjärnström, Modo/KB65
Isak Andersson, Modo/Almtuna
Mattias Nordström, Sollefteå/Sollefteå


Interesting that Rasmus Sandin (00) will represent Ångermanland and not Uppland. That is also the case with for example Kalle Miketinac who will represent Göteborg instead of Blekinge. Anyone now what rules apply to these situations? There's also a bunch of players born 99 who changes club into another district but still represents their old district in tv-pucken. Is it solely up to the player/new district to decide or are there rules set by swedish federation?
I think it's up to the player, no? Here in Stockholm all players who are leaving will still represent Stockholm.

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I think it's up to the player, no? Here in Stockholm all players who are leaving will still represent Stockholm.
Yeah, you're probably right. Last year Hugo Danielsson chose Västerbotten over Stockholm though. But generally speaking it's very few who changes district even though they change club.

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Just a few weeks left until the qualifying round september 12-14. I guess most districts should have named their squads by now. Here's Ångermanland:

Målvakter
Philip Sjödin, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
Lucas Jägbring, Modo/ÖSK

Backar
Marcus Ullsten, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
Daniel Engström, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
Filip Westerlund, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
William Svanberg, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
Victor Berglund, Modo/SIF
Rasmus Sandin, Modo/Almtuna
Tomislav Lovric, Modo/SIF

Forwards
Oscar Frestadius, AIK Härnösand/Sollefteå
Nils Viklund, AIK Härnösand/AIK Härnösand
Oskar Pettersson, ÖHF/SIF
Carl Westberg, Modo/Anundsjö
Axel Lundgren, Modo/Husum
Lukas Wernblom, Modo/Modo
Tobias Åhström, Modo/KB65
Max Tjärnström, Modo/KB65
Isak Andersson, Modo/Almtuna
Mattias Nordström, Sollefteå/Sollefteå


Interesting that Rasmus Sandin (00) will represent Ångermanland and not Uppland. That is also the case with for example Kalle Miketinac who will represent Göteborg instead of Blekinge. Anyone now what rules apply to these situations? There's also a bunch of players born 99 who changes club into another district but still represents their old district in tv-pucken. Is it solely up to the player/new district to decide or are there rules set by swedish federation?
Well, Rasmus Sandin moved to Ö-vik and Modo when his brother was assigned to their HG, and that was two seasons ago.. He's probably ÅIF's best D-man this year btw, even as an underager. Swedens best D in the 00-crop imo and i would'nt be surprised if he'll play some games in j18 this upcoming season.

Also, add Henrik Hellgren to the roster!

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What about Tom Hedberg? Why is he not in the squad?

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