If Sweden ever had a chance to win the wjc it was with this team, but we messed up Being a homer I just wanted to show that this team really had some great talent. So far 1 year and a couple of months later: Goalies: Jacob MarkstrÃ¶m and Robin Lehner has allready played their first NHL-games. Anders Nilsson looks like a beast this season, only allowed 3 goals in three SEL-playoff games. 91,8% in regular season. 96,2% so far in the playoffs. D-men: (Hedman and Karlsson couldnÂ´t come, Urbom not selected) Oliver Ekman Larsson, no instant sucess, but still a NHL-player. 11 points in his rookie season. From SEL-2 to NHL is a big step to take. Mattias Ekholm Incredible rookie season in SEL with 33 points, 10 goals. Plays for the national team now. Tim Erixon Broke the record for most points by a junior defenseman with 24 points in SEL. Lukas KilstrÃ¶m A solid SEL-defenseman by now, 13 points this season and good defensively. Adam Larsson Expected more points from him, but has developed defensively, and still looks great, 9 points this season David Rundblad Amazing season, second best in scoring by a d-man in SEL alltimes, 50 points this season. Peter Andersson Sadly looks like a bust at this point, bad season at least, mostly played in SEL-2. Signed by Vancouver, AHL next year? Forwards: Daniel Brodin Surprise pick for the roster in 2010, that have progressed good and has played as a role player for the national team. 13 points in SEL. Marcus Johansson Good first season in NHL. Has 21 points so far, but his overall play indicates great potential. Jacob Josefsson Have been injured for a long stretch, is starting to become a regular for New jersey now, 3 points in NHL so far. Carl Klingberg Awful start at the season, receiving very little icetime for his SEL-team, then changed SEL-team and started to produce a bit. Crossing over to AHL now. 8 points in SEL Marcus KrÃ¼ger Having yet another good season in SEL. Plays for the national team now, you can likely watch him in in the world cup. 35 points in SEL. Anton Lander DidnÂ´t have a good wjc, but played amazing after the tournament and saved his team TimrÃ¥ from relegation series. 24 points in SEL Martin Lundberg Solid SEL-player by now. 11 points this season. AndrÃ© Petersson Having a awful year with back-problems that might cost him his career. Missed a lot of games put up 12 points in SEL. Magnus PÃ¤Ã¤jÃ¤rvi I expected more but at least he is a regular NHL-player and he is still just 19. Put up 26 points so far. Dennis Rasmussen Looks great in SEL-2. I would be very surprised if he is not a SEL-player next year. 33 points in SEL-2 Anton RÃ¶din DidnÂ´t make any impact his last season as a junior for his SEL-team BrynÃ¤s and only put up 5 points. This year he has looked good and put up 26 points. Jakob Silfverberg More than doubled his point totals from 2010 and put up 34 points in SEL. Also played for the national team. Mattias Tedenby Surprisingly grabbed a NHL-spot. Have put up 16 points and looks great at least offensively. So seven of the players from the team have allready played at least a game in NHL. I would be surprised if we wont see at least Larsson, Rundblad, Erixon and KrÃ¼ger playing some next season. Silfverberg will probably get a chance if he choses to come over, Lander might come over and get a shot for Edmonton. Ekholm probably stays in SEL, but looks like a future NHL-player to me. I donÂ´t know what will happen with RÃ¶din, but he sure has developed in the right direction. We have yet to see a player from this team have a definite breakout season like John Carlsson, Cam Fowler and Dererk Stepan from USA:s gold team 2010, or Taylor Hall, Alex Pietrangelo from Canadas silver team, but things are looking bright for most of the players from the 2010- team.