Hats off. Truly some awesome effort put into this! I will have limited time to follow junior hockey this year, but here's my take: Agree w most, but think one should put more emphasis on quality of top-10 skaters and top goalie. This is still youth hockey and top-5/10 win games and bottom-10 lose games. I would group as follows: DIF, Almtuna, AIK, SSK: Any of these teams failing to qualify for Allsvenskan would be a complete and utter catastrophe. Even if DIF play the stars in J20/SHL. Huddinge: Top contender for the last Allsvenskan spot Lidingö, Flemingsberg, Nacka: Middle-of-the-road teams, but could challenge Huddinge. I think you underestimate Lidingö, both from at top-5 and depth perspective. Täby, Wings, SDE: Fighting for survival. Täby will likely make it in the crucial games in the spring (if no clash w U16 SM), but will look terrible in the fall with the 03's occupied with TV-pucken etc. SDE doesn't have the top 5/10. Neither do Wings. Both Wings and SDE very vulnerable to player transfers to Allsvenskan teams. Looking at preseason games reported here it seems that both div-1 teams Göta Traneberg and maybe Sollentuna could be on par with this group. Vallentuna: No hope whatsoever. Same level as a middle-of-the-road team in Div1 Allettan. Ie, would likely not qualify for Elit if they were a Div 1-team. And thanks for a great thread!!