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04-17-2010, 04:13 AM
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Haha, Kristofer Berglund. Good player and all that, just a wee bit special. Anyway, it's a good signing, I was sort of expecting him to leave Luleå.

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04-17-2010, 05:48 AM
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Haha, Kristofer Berglund. Good player and all that, just a wee bit special. Anyway, it's a good signing, I was sort of expecting him to leave Luleå.
I hope that Loob will make him cut off that ugly mullet he had the past season, it was horrible.

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04-17-2010, 06:40 AM
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I hope that Loob will make him cut off that ugly mullet he had the past season, it was horrible.


Yeah, that's Kristofer Berglund in a nutshell. He loves to swear as well, it's immensly enjoyable to see him get interviewed.

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04-19-2010, 04:15 AM
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Linköping will announce their new head coach on Thursday.

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04-19-2010, 10:47 AM
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Linköping will announce their new head coach on Thursday.
Lovely, heard any new rumours? Is it Särkijärvi/Lindgren?

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04-19-2010, 12:44 PM
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Will Weinhandl play in Sweden this year, find a new team in KHL or move to NHL?

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04-19-2010, 12:52 PM
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Will Weinhandl play in Sweden this year, find a new team in KHL or move to NHL?
The loan was extended over next season, so he should remain with Dynamo Moskva.

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04-19-2010, 11:07 PM
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that Dynamo team has ceased to exist! Weinhandl's contract with them is null and void.
I've always thought it would be tremendous to see how he plays in the NHL with the Sedins. He is a lot more mature now than his earlier attempt at the NHL.

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04-19-2010, 11:29 PM
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that Dynamo team has ceased to exist! Weinhandl's contract with them is null and void.
I've always thought it would be tremendous to see how he plays in the NHL with the Sedins. He is a lot more mature now than his earlier attempt at the NHL.
Worked so-so at best during the Olympics...

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04-20-2010, 03:27 AM
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Is his rights still retained by Minnesota?
I guess it comes down to who stays and who leaves LHC. Wasnt LHC difficulties financing all their players a part of the reason he was loaned to the KHL?

He will probably find a new KHL team.

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04-20-2010, 03:59 AM
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Is his rights still retained by Minnesota?
I guess it comes down to who stays and who leaves LHC. Wasnt LHC difficulties financing all their players a part of the reason he was loaned to the KHL?

He will probably find a new KHL team.
Yes it was, but they have a huge double standard taking in Czechs on short-term instead so it's hard to say.. My guess is that he is happy making a whole lot more money while he can, and if he is now released there are probably a lot of clubs willing to throw big money on him seeing his recent season.

He would get less money in the NHL and play a lesser role, so I have a hard time seeing him going there again.

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04-20-2010, 07:19 AM
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Nicklas Dahlberg has signed with MoDo.

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04-20-2010, 10:24 AM
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Yes it was, but they have a huge double standard taking in Czechs on short-term instead so it's hard to say.. My guess is that he is happy making a whole lot more money while he can, and if he is now released there are probably a lot of clubs willing to throw big money on him seeing his recent season.

He would get less money in the NHL and play a lesser role, so I have a hard time seeing him going there again.
Another KHL team could take over his contract... but it could come down to if Dynamo can pay Linköping the money that is left as part of the loan. Last week Linköping stil hadn't gotten all the money for Weinhandl and Mårtensson (I assume it's the money for next season... otherwise it could get interesting...).

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04-20-2010, 12:11 PM
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Jonas Frögren signed a 4 year contract with Färjestad today.
Already the defensive side is looking up from this past season.

I expect two more defenders into the roster and my guess would be that atleast one out of Martin Sevc and Dominik Granak will be signed.

Axelsson is going to Red Wings camp at the start of next season, he will however not play in AHL according to his agent but since Detroit owns his contract, he might not end up in Färjestad.

Wallin and Berglund is still dedicing about the contractproposals they've gotten and an answer might be delayed until after the WC.

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Mattias Sjögren from Rögle was signed to a two year deal today.
A little weird signing from my point of view but that has to mean that someone of Axelsson/Holtet and Berglund won't play for Färjestad next season. My money is on Axelsson.

Färjestad don't have the time to wait for Detroit to make their mind up about what they want to do with him.

Edit 2:.. wich just got confirmed in a local newspaper.
http://nwt.se/sport/article694955.ece

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– Vi väntar svar från Rickard Wallin och Christian berglund, säger Rundqvist.
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How many more forwards are you looking to sign?

- We are waiting for answers from Rickard Wallin and Christian Berglund, says Rundqvist (The GM)


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04-21-2010, 06:26 AM
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Swedish newspaper Expressen is writing that Christian Berglund will sign with Färjestad today.
Why I'm excited about that is because a relative to Christian Berglund works on that newspaper.

Edit: Contract signed.. A 4 year deal.


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04-21-2010, 08:59 AM
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Lill-Kenta Johansson to Frölunda.
Will he get Frölunda back on track?

http://hockey.expressen.se/elitserie...r-for-frolunda

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04-21-2010, 10:50 AM
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Lill-Kenta Johansson to Frölunda.
Will he get Frölunda back on track?

http://hockey.expressen.se/elitserie...r-for-frolunda
It wasent Dahlens fault so no, he wont.
Frölunda needs to learn about building a team instead of buying names.

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04-22-2010, 11:57 AM
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LOL. Joacim Eriksson signs with Skellefteå. That's weird.

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It wasent Dahlens fault so no, he wont.
Dahlén knew zero about strategy and couldn't implement any sort of basic system. Kenta has proven that he is capable of that.

Dahlén was also too nice to the players, apparently. Everyone on the team loved him, that's not the way it's supposed to be. There was no real respect for him.


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04-22-2010, 12:17 PM
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LOL. Joacim Eriksson signs with Skellefteå. That's weird.


I'm happy now.

One thing annoys me on the other hand, apparently Thomson, Granberg and Lasse Johansson has had some sort of meeting with Jonathan Hedström in Piteå. I bet they'll sign him. What pisses me off is that Hedström doesn't deserve to play for us anymore, he's ****ed up one to many times. On the other hand he will be cheap, if we're lucky he'll become a star once more (doubt it though, the old Hedström is pretty much dead now a days).

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04-22-2010, 12:44 PM
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Systemfel, It's not 'weird', that trade makes perfect sense for both partners. A great acquisition for us

It really looks like Jonte might be playing in black and gold next year. That makes me so sad, and sadder that I will have to root for him. He's crapped on this club and city so many times.

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04-22-2010, 12:53 PM
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Dahlén knew zero about strategy and couldn't implement any sort of basic system. Kenta has proven that he is capable of that.

Dahlén was also too nice to the players, apparently. Everyone on the team loved him, that's not the way it's supposed to be. There was no real respect for him.
So the last couple of years result from Frölunda has all been due to bad coaches?
My point that I was trying to make is that Frölunda for a couple of years now has tried to sign namnes instead of players. They've must have gone through haft the nationalteam defenders from both Sweden and Finland the last year or two..

I belive that the mentality of the club has to change and that Nubben actually have to start scouting players before signing them.

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04-22-2010, 01:30 PM
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Dahlén had two years to get the team together and put a system in place. That is the coach's job. He failed. The GM's job is to supply the coach with some good matieral. Norberg did.

Scouting? So overrated. The "easy" but ignorant way to explain any player failing. The biggest flop has been Johan Holmqvist. Did Frölunda not really know who he was when they signed him?

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Systemfel, It's not 'weird', that trade makes perfect sense for both partners.
I thought Eriksson would go to a team with no real starter. Skellefteå already had Hadelöv.

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Dahlén had two years to get the team together and put a system in place. That is the coach's job. He failed. The GM's job is to supply the coach with some good matieral. Norberg did.

Scouting? So overrated. The "easy" but ignorant way to explain any player failing. The biggest flop has been Johan Holmqvist. Did Frölunda not really know who he was when they signed him?
I'm not saying that you are compleatley wrong. Just that it's more than ones fault and when I look at the players that Frölunda has signed the last years, I see a bunch of players that dident fit in and had a hard time adapting the style of play that Frölunda wants to have.

Holmqvist is absolutley att flopp, so is Andras Holmström, Andreas Karlsson (due to his injuries) and then we have all the finish defenders and oh.. Joe DiPenta.

The thing I have against Nubben is that he has never found a player on his own, he always sign ready players or bring players from within the organisation. The later is ofcourse awsome but the first is a problem as I see it. A GM has to be able to find a gem to develop.. sorta like Jonas Gustavsson three years ago.

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04-23-2010, 03:15 AM
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Well, I bow for a team signing Joacim Eriksson at least. Maybe some promises that he'll get his games and eventually take the starter role if he does better than Hadelöv? If not, atleast he has a good mentor. SAIK are known at this point for giving the juniors a big chance.

I think clubs might not wanna build around a goalie that is probably going over to NA in the foreseeable future, Flyers are pretty high on him and I suspect they wanna see him in the AHL soon enough.

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Another KHL team could take over his contract... but it could come down to if Dynamo can pay Linköping the money that is left as part of the loan. Last week Linköping stil hadn't gotten all the money for Weinhandl and Mårtensson (I assume it's the money for next season... otherwise it could get interesting...).
Obviously they can't. But another club could make a similar deal with LHC ofc.

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Detta innebär att den svenska superduon inte längre är en del av klubben.
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