Suglobov, Sojstrom, Johansson

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  1. Mandaou

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    1. Anyone have first hand information on how these young guys have been playing?

    2. Any opinions of the players?
     
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    Suglobov has scored 21 points in 26 games. He's both excelling as a sniper and a playmaker. He works especially well with Voros. His defense is below average and still needs some work.

    At this point, he's playing better than he was last year before the injury.
     
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    Johansson who?
     
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    1st thing's 1st. Which johansson?

    From what i've seen of Suglobov, he will be a good 2nd line sniper, maybe moonlight on the 1st line now and then.

    Sjostrom plays very well.....against Detroit at least. I know he's not playing very well in the AHL right now. In fact he's playing horrible.
     
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    Jonas - Washington Capitals formarly from Colorado
     
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    He's not playing horribly. He got off to a very slow start because, as he himself said, he didn't take the AHL seriously after playing in the big show last year. Once he realized he couldn't just float around and actually tried, he started to play well. I still think he can be a 1st line player. With those wheels, and hands that can keep up, the sky is the limit.
     
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    The whole Utah team sucks. Sjostrom has been picking it up lately. He has been solid in the NHL so far.
     
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    Freddie was pretty impressive in Phoenix last year. I haven't seen him in Utah though but it sounds as though he is off to a slow start. I really hope he didn't say anthing about not taking the AHL seriously...not the type of attitude I would want on a young player.
     
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    Suglobov is inconsistant as they get.....he will get 7 points in 3 games then none in the next 5 or 6.
     
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    Yep, Sjostrom has actually been playing well lately and has almost overtaken Taffe as the top scorer.

    He's also virtually the only player with a positive +/- on a team full of huge negatives (Taffe and Ballard are both -15 or worse).
     
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