he's a very very fast skater, he can outpace defender with his speed and is also able to finish. but he lacks strength and can be taken out of the game by a gritty and mobile defender.
he's a long shot and he's planning to play for rodovre next season again, but it would be wise by the canucks to push him to sweden where he could gain better experiences and learn more about the game itself. another choice could be the CHL, but i'm not sure if he's willing to it.
a good choice by the canucks, i'd say. he could be a little late-round steal if he bulks up and learns to play agressive or at least learn to avoid checks and the tough game.