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01-05-2010, 06:09 PM
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Josefson definitely best PKer on Team Sweden. Even though he didn't get too many points (still 5 pts in 6 games mind you) he was very good. First PK-pairing together with Krüger. Have such calm with the puck and doesn't seem to get stressed and panic. If he has this defensive game and then develops his offensive game further, imagine what a good player he'll be!

Tedenby. Well, what can you say? I think he'll have the easiest translating his game to the NHL. Fast, fearless and amazing hands. If he works on his finishing he'll be one great player. Love his winning-attitude and playing bigger than he is.

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Josefson definitely best PKer on Team Sweden. Even though he didn't get too many points (still 5 pts in 6 games mind you) he was very good. First PK-pairing together with Krüger. Have such calm with the puck and doesn't seem to get stressed and panic. If he has this defensive game and then develops his offensive game further, imagine what a good player he'll be!

Tedenby. Well, what can you say? I think he'll have the easiest translating his game to the NHL. Fast, fearless and amazing hands. If he works on his finishing he'll be one great player. Love his winning-attitude and playing bigger than he is.
Josefson lacks finish but clearly is the better prospect. Tedenby is selfish and in the wrong way. If he put pucks on the net I would be happy but he would rather stick handle around by himself.

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Josefson lacks finish but clearly is the better prospect. Tedenby is selfish and in the wrong way. If he put pucks on the net I would be happy but he would rather stick handle around by himself.
Yes, right now he's a bit like that. However, he's still young and if he works on his flaws i'm certain that he'll be a good player. Especially with the skillset he's already equipped with.

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Josefson actually had 6 points in 6 games. Had to make that correction because a PPG just looks so much better.

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Tedenby is selfish.......... he would rather stick handle around by himself.
But you cant teach speed.

And two years in the Devils AHL system will discipline that "selfishness" out of him.

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Tedenby. Well, what can you say? I think he'll have the easiest translating his game to the NHL. Fast, fearless and amazing hands. If he works on his finishing he'll be one great player. Love his winning-attitude and playing bigger than he is.
This.

Other guys on Sweden might have put up more points but there is just something about his game that makes me think he's going to have the easiest time adjusting out of the Sweds, sans Svensson-Paajarvi. I'm pumped about this guy!

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Josefson lacks finish but clearly is the better prospect. Tedenby is selfish and in the wrong way. If he put pucks on the net I would be happy but he would rather stick handle around by himself.
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But you cant teach speed.

And two years in the Devils AHL system will discipline that "selfishness" out of him.
I agree with both of you. Tedenby floats to an extent that would never be tolerated in the Devils organisation. But his speed, stickhandling, and creativity are fantastic. If he can learn to play better defence and to use his teammates more, he'll be making highlight reels in a Devils uniform for years to come.

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[QUOTE=Saugus;23022931]I agree with both of you. Tedenby floats to an extent that would never be tolerated in the Devils organisation. But his speed, stickhandling, and creativity are fantastic. If he can learn to play better defence and to use his teammates more, he'll be making highlight reels in a Devils uniform for years to come.[QUOTE]

Yeah, obviously 19 year old kids are going to have some flaws. But you can't teach speed and stickhandling at that level. So I have no problem with taking a guy who has flaws that can be taught rather than guy who has flaws in his natural ability. And when you consider his heart and eagerness to learn and compete; I have no worries whatsoever when it comes to this guy. Especially when you consider his flaws seem to be our forte when it comes to teaching our young players. I have more than enough faith in this organization to teach this guy how to play hockey the right way. Combine that with his god given talent and we could have a real special player on our hands. Let's not go crazy with over analyzing kids.

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Nice. The only ice time Henrique sees is on his way to serve somebody's penalty.

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Henrique is either on the coaches bad list or he just isn't healthy enough for the coach to trust him. In his limited time I thought he was excellent.

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