LD Rasmus Sandin - Rogle BK, SHL (2018, 29th, TOR)

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  1. Mikey71

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    I wonder if whatever team drafts him will want him to stay in North America? Playing with men over there is a plus, but so is adapting and developing his game to the North American game. Could be something to watch for.
     
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    The proper way to pronounce Sandin is actually "Sundin" in English, no joke.
     
  3. VictorLustig

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    "With the 1st overall pick the Edmonton Oilers are proud to select Rasmus Sandin"

    Would be hilarious.
     
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    How is he doing?
     
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    12 points in 13 games
     
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    On the #1 ranked team in the CHL
     
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    Early/Mid 2nd rounder?
     
  8. bottomofthefoodchain

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    Late 1st/early 2nd is my guess
     
  9. Zaddy

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    Definitely looks like it has paid off for him to cross the pond. Nice to see him do well.
     
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    Great season for Sandin, he's growing on me. Found some pretty interesting comparables to him when i looked into it.

     
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    I know that his stats are great. The size/skating concerns me a little projecting him forward, though.
     
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    just a question I didn't watch him alote but did he put alote of points because of the Team he had or he is a real catalyser
     
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    it certainly helped that he has 3 very good lines of forwards to work with that generally capitalize on offensive opportunities at a high rate. However, some credit must be given to Sandin for consistently breaking the puck out of his defensive zone to allow his forwards to play in the attacking zone more often, and therefore assist with the production of offense SSM displayed this year.
     
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    He's got great skills and good vision.
     
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    nice analysis bud
     
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    His stock has probably risen considerably since the last rankings, he's probably going top 15-20 now? Really wanted him with the leafs pick
     
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    I just have a really hard time believing this guy might go in the first round after having only seen him last season. Apparently he's made some incredible progress.
     
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    Welcome back, 7 months later, bud.. Obviously he have made some progress, was not good in the def-zone back in Sweden. Could be that he played in a mutch better leagus tbh. But i am happy that he is doing well!
     
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    Not a lot of chatter on Sandin...
     
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    There should be!
     
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    Very agile defenseman that needs to improve on his defensive game and his overall speed the most to become a quality nhl player. Has really good offensive hockey Iq and uses it to make some really good plays.
     
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    mind you i obviously didnt see anything more than clips but style wise - he kind of looked like Brodin a little? no?
     
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    I don't see many similarities. Brodin's mobility is at a completely different level.
     
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    fair enough
     

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