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03-18-2011, 07:03 AM
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All Swedes best of 7

I am kind of impressed by the influx of Swedish players in the NHL. For some years ago one couldn't field one NHL team of Swedes but now you can actually field two full teams (with a mixed bags of bad contracts and rookies, but nevertheless).


I decided to build two teams just for fun, one with overall better Forwards and one with overall better D-men (Lidström is one wrong side here). Lundqvist can't be split so the team who got him obviously got an edge here, but say that the back-up needs to play 2 of 7 games, that evens it out a bit.


What to you think about the teams if they did appear in the NHL, and which one would win in a 7 games series?

1st team
#1
Sedin D $6,100,000 Sedin H $6,100,000 Hörnqvist $3,083,333
#2
Z-berg, H. $6,083,333 Bäckström N $6,700,000 Tedenby M $875,000
#3
Omark L $875,000 Wandell T $775,000 Bergfors N $900,000
#4
Sjöström, F $750,000 Johansson M $900,000 Thuresson A $575,000

Stålberg, Viktor »$850,000



Lidström, N. $6,200,000 Öhlund, Mattias $3,607,143
Grossman, N. $1,500,000 Karlsson, Erik $1,300,000
Ekman-Larsson Oliver $1,750,000 Ericsson J $900,000
Urbom, Alexander $590,000



Lundqvist, H. $6,875,000
Lindback, Anders $875,000



CAP SPACE$ $822,857


2nd team


#1
Loui Eriksson $4,266,667 A Steen $3,362,500 J Franzen $3,954,545
#2
Holmström $1,875,000 Berglund $1,246,667 Alfredsson $4,875,000
#3
Paajärvi $1,525,000 Josefson $900,000 Samuelsson$2,500,000
#4
Huselius $4,750,000 Påhlsson $2,650,000 Modin $1,200,000

Mikael Backlund $1,270,833

Alexander Edler $3,250,000 Tobias Enström $3,750,000
Douglas Murray $2,500,000 Victor Hedman $3,500,000
Niklas Kronwall $3,000,000 Anton Strålman $1,950,000
Henrik Tallinder $3,375,000

Johan Hedberg $1,500,000
Jonas Gustavsson $1,350,000


CAP SPACE $848,788


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03-18-2011, 10:06 AM
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Marcus Johansson is playing for both teams it seems, is one of them supposed to be Josefsson? I would chose the first team, great forwards, good d and the best goalie.

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Marcus Johansson is playing for both teams it seems, is one of them supposed to be Josefsson? I would chose the first team, great forwards, good d and the best goalie.
No it was an error from me, but slot in Josefsson. I'll change it. Yes the fist team got an edge in many areas expect most notably that the D-men on the other team got a full bunch of good physical players. Öhlund and Hedman could change team in order to pronounce the physicality of the #2 D-core.

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1st team would win 4-0

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03-18-2011, 12:55 PM
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1st team would win 4-0
Good lord!!!! You don't know a single thing about hockey, do you?

I say 5-2 and not a goal up or down either way!

Seriously, 4-0 is inevitable, but I think it could get tight if the 2nd team is structured a bit differently. With some line shuffeling, Team #2 could challenge in each game.


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Yes team 2 was basically (except Edler) the scrubs when I had made team one.

But this is more game, I switched the goalies and compensated with an outrageous trade to include Alfie vs Tenedby too.

Team 2 is solid back end all the way, but is probably relaying on secondary scoring from the blue line (very likely) and bottom 6 (which is dubious).

Team 1 got elite top 6 and a veteran top pairing.

Low scoring games regarding these two I would say.

Team 1

#1
Sedin $6,100,000 Sedin$6,100,000 Hornqvist $3,083,333

#2
Z-berg $6,083,333 Backstrom, $6,700,000 Alfredsson $4,875,000

#3
Sjostrom F $750,000 Wandell T $775,000 Bergfors $900,000

#4
Omark $875,000 Johansson M$900,000 Thuresson A $575,000

Stalberg, Viktor »$850,000



Lidstrom, N. »$6,200,000 Öhlund, Mattias » $3,607,143
Grossman, N. »$1,500,000 Karlsson, Erik »$1,300,000
Ekman-Larsson, Oliver » $1,750,000 Ericsson, J. »$900,000
Urbom, Alexander »$590,000


Johan Hedberg $1,500,000
Jonas Gustavsson $1,350,000



CAP SPACE$ $847857
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Team 2


#1
Loui Eriksson $4,266,667 A Steen $3,362,500J Franzen $3,954,545

#2
Holmstrom $1,875,000 Berglund $1,246,667 Samuelsson$2,500,000

#3
Paajarvi $1,525,000 Josefson $900,000 Tedenby $875,000

#4
Huselius $4,750,000 Pahlsson $2,650,000 Modin $1,200,000

Mikael Backlund $1,270,833

Alexander Edler $3,250,000 Tobias Enstrom $3,750,000
Douglas Murray $2,500,000 Victor Hedman $3,500,000
Niklas Kronwall $3,000,000 Anton Stralman $1,950,000
Henrik Tallinder $3,375,000


Lundqvist, H. »$6,875,000
Lindbäck, Anders » $875,000


CAP SPACE $823,788

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U must be bored!
Hey I like this stuff! Actually I did it just for my own sake but then I realised that I must share this excitement with you!

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Hey I like this stuff! Actually I did it just for my own sake but then I realised that I must share this excitement with you!
Much appreciated!

That's why there are boards... in other words, you board me!

OK... I'm getting cornier than usual and will unfock myself immediately...

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If you wanna try build two pretty even teams, I'd start with the Sedins and Bäckis+Z on different teams.

Also not sure why you would split Berglund and Steen to different lines, before Steen went down they both played the hockey of their life together.

With Lundqvist on the other side, Team 1 would be my pick to win with 4-2 or 4-3 depending on how exploited their D would get.

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