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11-07-2011, 01:58 PM
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More on Westin: Although he's currently -3 in the plus/minus he has only been on the ice for 4 goals against => 47,8 minutes of ice time / goal against. Which is the best statistic by any forward on Modo.

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As stated earlier he's not eligible, but he's to slow anyway. There's probably five or six juniors in Modo that I'd take over Samuelsson right now.

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11-08-2011, 10:34 AM
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Ah, he have dual citizenship. Just like his father...

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11-08-2011, 11:12 AM
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Ronnberg put Mannberg in the first line tonight. Crazy. Ronnberg is like a helicopter parent when it comes to Lulea players. Now Mannberg will get a few easy points in these games and then Ronnberg can justify him being in the final squad by that.

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11-08-2011, 11:36 AM
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David Lillieström-Karlsson is in the lineup.

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11-08-2011, 01:08 PM
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0-0 after first period vs Björklöven. Collberg hits the crossbar twice.

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Ronnberg put Mannberg in the first line tonight. Crazy. Ronnberg is like a helicopter parent when it comes to Lulea players. Now Mannberg will get a few easy points in these games and then Ronnberg can justify him being in the final squad by that.
Yeah, I remember you calling Styrman an "appalling" selection for the WJC last year.
Too bad he ended up playing with Skellefteå.

Anyway, Mannberg has been really good the last three games in the SEL. Very noticable out there.
Perhaps he shouldn't be on the first line, I dunno, but I doubt there's much favoritism involved here.

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11-08-2011, 03:22 PM
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Björklöven - Team Sweden U20 2-3 (OT)
1-1 (EQ) SWE 23. Boyce-Rotevall, Jeremy
17. Karlsson, William
9. Klingberg, John
2-2 (EQ) SWE 28. Thorell, Erik
13. Lillieström-Karlsson, David
2-3 (PP1) SWE 27. Åberg, Pontus
23. Boyce-Rotevall, Jeremy

Collberg was very good, perhaps the best forward. Klefbom-Gunnarsson was easily the best d-paring, both are huge 6'3 and 6'4 and Gunnarsson is pretty skilled for being a big guy.

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11-08-2011, 03:39 PM
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I´d be surprised if Collberg doesn´t make the final roster after watching this game. He is really good.

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11-09-2011, 04:52 AM
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Björklöven - Team Sweden U20 2-3 (OT)
1-1 (EQ) SWE 23. Boyce-Rotevall, Jeremy
17. Karlsson, William
9. Klingberg, John
2-2 (EQ) SWE 28. Thorell, Erik
13. Lillieström-Karlsson, David
2-3 (PP1) SWE 27. Åberg, Pontus
23. Boyce-Rotevall, Jeremy

Collberg was very good, perhaps the best forward. Klefbom-Gunnarsson was easily the best d-paring, both are huge 6'3 and 6'4 and Gunnarsson is pretty skilled for being a big guy.
Must be nice for Boyce to put up some points, considering his struggles to produce for Timra. It seems he's on the bubble right now for the WJC Roster.

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11-09-2011, 06:17 PM
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Yeah, I remember you calling Styrman an "appalling" selection for the WJC last year.
Too bad he ended up playing with Skellefteå.

Anyway, Mannberg has been really good the last three games in the SEL. Very noticable out there.
Perhaps he shouldn't be on the first line, I dunno, but I doubt there's much favoritism involved here.
Styrman had a good WJC, but it was still a very odd choice at the time. Niclas Burström, to name one, is a better player. It's even easier to see now that they're on the same team.
But let's face it, there's always a whole lot of bias going on. Painfully obvious among us posting in this thread. Not as much on a professional level but it's still there.

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11-09-2011, 09:37 PM
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Styrman had a good WJC, but it was still a very odd choice at the time. Niclas Burström, to name one, is a better player. It's even easier to see now that they're on the same team.
But let's face it, there's always a whole lot of bias going on. Painfully obvious among us posting in this thread. Not as much on a professional level but it's still there.
Styrman was not an odd choice, he was a veteran of some 90ish SEL game last WJC.

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Styrman was not an odd choice, he was a veteran of some 90ish SEL game last WJC.
The D eligible last year had a big mix of both talent and experience.
Larsson, Nemeth, Erixon, Klingberg, Dahlbeck, Bertilsson, Almqvist, Brodin, Claesson, Andersson, Owuya, Heed, Burstrom, Berglind.. I'm probably forgetting someone.
I guess I'm pushing it with "very odd" but it's no secret that at the time it was deemed strange by quite many. I think the main factor was that Styrman had been outshone in camp and that Östberg had written a quite upset blog on the subject. Nice to see him do well in spite of that.

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11-10-2011, 03:57 AM
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Is Adam Pettersson completely out of the race? He's approaching William Karlsson in the stats.

A fourth line with Boyce - Pettersson - Forsberg would be cool.

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11-10-2011, 05:27 AM
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Tom Nilsson and Linus Hultström is also doing very well in Hockeyallsvenskan. Hultström is even top-10 in points for d-men. They at least might be considered if theres injuries.

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Tom Nilsson and Linus Hultström is also doing very well in Hockeyallsvenskan. Hultström is even top-10 in points for d-men. They at least might be considered if theres injuries.

Patrik Noren (Leksand)?

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Patrik Noren (Leksand)?
I really like him too, but Im thinking the other two makes more sense. Hultström as a righthanded PP-quarterback (kind of like a young Magnus Johansson) and Tom Nisson as a tough wellrounded d-man (also shoots right).

I would have thought Norén would put up more points this season, otherwise he is a puckmoving d-man that's calm under pressure. likable kind of player.

It's unlikely though that some new d-man makes the team (especially if there's no camp), the d-men that plays in the j-20 tournament is going to be the d-men that plays in the wjc I reckon.

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11-10-2011, 08:17 AM
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Johan Sundström - Johan Larsson - Max Friberg
Ludvig Rensfeldt - Mika Zibanejad - Rickard Rakell
Victor Rask - William Karlsson - Pontus Åberg
Filip Forsberg - Joakim Nordström - John Persson
Sebastian Collberg

Jonas Brodin - Patrik Nemeth
John Klingberg - Oscar Klefbom
Fredrik Claesson - Mattias Bäckman
Daniel Gunnarsson - (Petter Granberg)

Johan Gustafsson
Johan Mattsson

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Is Adam Pettersson completely out of the race? He's approaching William Karlsson in the stats.

A fourth line with Boyce - Pettersson - Forsberg would be cool.
Coach Rönnberg commented Pettersson in early october:
"Pettersson was very good in that tournament [J20 4-nations in august], and I saw him in the game Sundsvall-Malmö where he showed that he keeps improving his game all the time. He's an exciting player"

http://www.folkbladet.nu/269806/2011...as-jvm-chanser

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11-10-2011, 05:11 PM
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Coach Rönnberg commented Pettersson in early october:
"Pettersson was very good in that tournament [J20 4-nations in august], and I saw him in the game Sundsvall-Malmö where he showed that he keeps improving his game all the time. He's an exciting player"

http://www.folkbladet.nu/269806/2011...as-jvm-chanser
Sounds promising! Maybe he is starting catch up with lost development last two years.

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Anyone know how the team looked against the czechs?

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Russia-Sweden 3-4

1 - 0 SOLOVYEV Evgeny (GRIGORENKO Evgeny, BATRAK Artem)
2 - 0 BERDNIKOV Roman (ZHEREBTSOV Semen, ZEMCHENKO Ignat)
3 - 0 PODZINSH Ainars (KAPUSTIN Kirill, SLEPYSHEV Anton)
3 - 1 COLLBERG Sebastian
3 - 2 FORSBERG Filip (BOYCE-ROTEVALL Jeremy)
3 - 3 LILLIESTRÖM-KARLSSON David
Shootout GWS 3 - 4 FORSBERG Filip

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Tom Nilsson and Linus Hultström is also doing very well in Hockeyallsvenskan. Hultström is even top-10 in points for d-men. They at least might be considered if theres injuries.
Tom Nilsson, Mora, Torontos pick -11?

If so, please tell me more.

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11-12-2011, 10:10 AM
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So..Sweden beat Finland 5-0 in the last game. Filip Forsberg improved his chances big time, 4+1 in 3 games.

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The way rönnberg have talked about him i wager forsberg was a already a lock for the wjhc, if he's healty that is.

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How come he doesn't do very well for Leksand, when he is great for the National team? Another mystery to think about

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