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View Poll Results: Färjestad vs Skellefteå in SEL Finals, who wins?
Färjestad 4 40.00%
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12-29-2009, 07:11 AM
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Olvestad have most hits in the League..

Olvestad - Lundqvist - Pettersson as fourth line in World Championship would be nice..

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Ölvestad 5+1?

Also Kamil Piros seems to have found his inner scorer or something, guy has already got more goals than he had shots on goal in Ässät with his 22 games played...Yeah, still a bit bitter.

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Jimmie Ölvestad...

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A litte vid with some hits and the 5 goals from Ölvestad against MoDo at the end.

http://www.difhockey.se/shltv.php?news=6543

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01-16-2010, 06:12 AM
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Also Kamil Piros seems to have found his inner scorer or something, guy has already got more goals than he had shots on goal in Ässät with his 22 games played...Yeah, still a bit bitter.
The tempo here in Sweden (SEL) is lower than in SM-Liiga (afaik) so his style of play probably fits better. If you put a guy like that in a higher tempo game where he has less time to act then he's probably not as good. But then again it might just have been a case of the coach over in Finland not knowing how to use Piros to get the most out of him.

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A litte vid with some hits and the 5 goals from Ölvestad against MoDo at the end.

http://www.difhockey.se/shltv.php?news=6543
Nice clip. But man that was a weak defender at 1:40.

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Where can I watch full SEL games?I've seen some KHL and now I want to see some SEL games.

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No small rinks for now.. because apparently it would make the game too defensive

Well I'm sure the experts they asked have a better understanding of the game than Scotty Bowman who says that the opposite is true. He has actually said that small rinks = more offense. But what does an old fart like that know about hockey, really? I mean he's Canadian for christs sake. God forbid we'd have a league with some forchecking, physical play and north/south hockey.

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No small rinks for now.. because apparently it would make the game too defensive

Well I'm sure the experts they asked have a better understanding of the game than Scotty Bowman who says that the opposite is true. He has actually said that small rinks = more offense. But what does an old fart like that know about hockey, really? I mean he's Canadian for christs sake. God forbid we'd have a league with some forchecking, physical play and north/south hockey.


Why am I not surprised though?


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I would prefer if teams could choose what size they want for their rink; Like with pitches in football.

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Fredrik Norrena Cheap Shot on Jens Karlsson

Looks pretty bad, but enough of that. Have one question:
So there was quite some blood on the ice for the rest of the game?

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Fredrik Norrena Cheap Shot on Jens Karlsson

Looks pretty bad, but enough of that. Have one question:
So there was quite some blood on the ice for the rest of the game?
No, they must scrape it off before they start playing again.

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No, they must scrape it off before they start playing again.
Yeah it just seemed they just started playing and left the blood there.

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Yeah it just seemed they just started playing and left the blood there.
Yea it looks like that in the video, but there was a huge puddle of blood behind the goal which they removed. Maybe they didn't bother to do anything about the small drops he left behind when skating off the ice.

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Doesn't sound like Loob is implying that swedish clubs don't try against other teams... It more sounds like what many (mostly non-swedish) posters have been saying here for ages; that the swedish league is still top-notch but doesn't mesh well with the style of the other european clubs.

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Well all those losses against european team can´t just be flukes.
I know it´s preseason and all but I still think its a sign of weakness that the SEL teams don´t perform better in European trophy.

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Sorry, if this was already somewhere, but anybody know who the player was? Did he have NHL future? And who was the NHL player with him?

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http://hockey.expressen.se/nyheter/1...d-for-valdtakt

Sorry, if this was already somewhere, but anybody know who the player was? Did he have NHL future? And who was the NHL player with him?
No idea who the NHL player thatwas with him, as far as the player several papers in Sweden are outing him with name and image.

http://www.vk.se as an example.

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Sorry, if this was already somewhere, but anybody know who the player was? Did he have NHL future? And who was the NHL player with him?
yes, no, no idea

västerbottens-kuriren has his name in their article. but i won't post it here. not needed IMO.

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Sorry, if this was already somewhere, but anybody know who the player was? Did he have NHL future? And who was the NHL player with him?
Ville Vikevainen.

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Well all those losses against european team can´t just be flukes.
I know it´s preseason and all but I still think its a sign of weakness that the SEL teams don´t perform better in European trophy.
I don't think it means **** to be honest. The teams say that they wanna win and they take the tournament seriously but they don't.

If they did, they would not let players that would play if it was a SEL game "rest" and instead try new formations. Färjestad has yet to play with a lineup that would be an opening night lineup.

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Ville Vikevainen.
Ah, en finne igen?

Ok. I shouldn't be joking since it's a serious subject, but I was interested since Finnish Ilta-Sanomat called him something like "promising top player" or whatever, but basically it seems that as a hockey player he's a nobody.

edit. I guess it was just translated from the Expressen article: "en lovande karriär som elithockeyspelare". I don't know about that...


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Ah, en finne igen?

Ok. I shouldn't be joking since it's a serious subject, but I was interested since Finnish Ilta-Sanomat called him something like "promising top player" or whatever, but basically it seems that as a hockey player he's a nobody.

edit. I guess it was just translated from the Expressen article: "en lovande karriär som elithockeyspelare". I don't know about that...
Well, he was quite promising when he was young I guess. He won the Lill-Strimma award in TV-Pucken. Though as far as I know it, it all went downhill after that.

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http://hockey.expressen.se/nyheter/1...d-for-valdtakt

Sorry, if this was already somewhere, but anybody know who the player was? Did he have NHL future? And who was the NHL player with him?
It happened in Övertorneå which is a small town really far north in the outback where few people seldom would go unless you have a connection to area. Two guys from Övertorneå just signed deals with NHL clubs(Omark & Harju) and they're about the same age as Vikevainen. Possibly one of them who is the 'NHL Pro' in the article.

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