We all know that Alexander Steen and Loui Eriksson are probably considered the best young Swedish forwards, but, as an Oiler fan, I'll throw another name out there: Dragan Umicevic. Umicevic is having a tremendous season. He now has 14 points in the Elite League, 3 ahead of Steen and 7 ahead of Eriksson. After getting one point in his first 12 games (while being the extra forward in many of them), he played his way to the top line and now has 13 points in his last 10 games, including a 6-game point streak. I realize he's playing with Olli Jokinen, for example, but he earned that promotion, and is now a large part of his team's success. Steen was pushed down to the 2nd line by Weinhandl, and Eriksson is also a little more buried because of the lockout. While the lockout hasn't affected Umicevic's team as much, he's shown he can play with the best in the SEL. The attitude and work ethics problems we've heard about last year seem to have disappeared, and if he can keep it up, hopefully we'll be able to add his name to the list of the best Swedish prospects.