Team Finland Depth Chart

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  1. jfc64

    jfc64 Registered User

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    Team A

    Patrik Laine - Aleksander Barkov - Sebastian Aho
    Valtteri Filppula - Teuvo Teräväinen - Mikko Rantanen
    Mikael Granlund - Mikko Koivu - Jesse Puljujärvi
    Joonas Donskoi - Erik Haula - Leo Komarov

    Olli Määttä - Sami Vatanen
    Olli Juolevi - Rasmus Ristolainen
    Esa Lindell - Julius Honka

    Pekka Rinne
    Tuukka Rask


    Team B

    Artturi Lehkonen - Jori Lehterä - Jussi Jokinen
    Lauri Korpikoski - Markus Granlund - Iiro Pakarinen
    Teemu Pulkkinen - Henrik Borgström - Kasperi Kapanen
    Aleksi Saarela - Teemu Hartikainen - Joel Armia

    Markus Nutivaara - Ville Pokka
    Jyrki Jokipakka - Miro Heiskanen
    Petteri Lindbohm - Sami Lepistö

    Kari Lehtonen
    Antti Raanta


    Team C

    Antti Niemi
    Harri Säteri

    Juuse Saros
    Mikko Koskinen


    Miro Aaltonen (C/W) Vityaz Podolsk 59 19 25 44 0.75 38 -4
    Petri Kontiola (C) Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 59 18 22 40 0.68 34 12
    Tommi Santala (C/W) Metallurg Magnitogorsk 14 2 7 9 0.64 10 3
    Jesse Joensuu (LW) Jokerit 50 15 13 28 0.56 90 5
    Juuso Hietanen (D) Dynamo Moskva 57 12 18 30 0.53 22 13
    Anssi Salmela (D) Kunlun Red Star 10 3 2 5 0.50 8 -1
    Tuukka Mäntylä (D) Kunlun Red Star 57 10 14 24 0.42 56 -2
    Joonas Kemppainen (C) Sibir Novosibirsk 60 11 12 23 0.38 22 -8
    Topi Jaakola (D) Jokerit 55 3 16 19 0.35 37 -19
    Jarno Koskiranta (C) SKA St. Petersburg 57 12 6 18 0.32 22 10
    Ville Lajunen (D) Jokerit 53 10 6 16 0.30 16 -6
    Antti Pihlström (LW/RW) Jokerit 27 3 5 8 0.30 10 -3
    Tomi Sallinen (C) totals 49 8 5 13 0.27 18 -5 Joonas Järvinen (D) Kunlun Red Star 42 4 7 11 0.26 34 -1
    Atte Ohtamaa (D) Ak Bars Kazan 55 2 10 12 0.22 10 8
     
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  2. TkachuksMouthguard

    TkachuksMouthguard Registered User

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    2018 Olympics might be a wash... but what will the team look like in 2022?

    The kids will be developed and we could have a pretty exciting team then.
     
  3. sooni

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    Laine-Barkov-Puljujärvi
    Granlund-Aho-Tolvanen
    Vesalainen-Borgström-Rantanen
    Saarela- Teräväinen-Kapanen

    Juolevi-Ristolainen
    Heiskanen-Välimäki
    Honka-Vaakanainen

    Saros/Raanta

    Our future is bright indeed. Only thing which is a bit problem seems to be, that we are still lacking couple top end center prospects. :help:
     
  4. Noma

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    Jesperi Kotkaniemi (-00) and Henri Nikkanen (-01) to the rescue.
     
  5. Erikfromfin

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    From 90-99 born only
    something like this

    A

    Mikael Granlund - Aleksander Barkov - Patrik Laine
    Mikko Rantanen - Sebastian Aho - Jesse Puljujärvi
    Kristian Vesalainen - Henrik Borgström - Eeli Tolvanen
    Artturi Lehkonen - Erik Haula - Joel Armia
    Teuvo Teräväinen
    Kasperi Kapanen

    Miro Heiskanen - Rasmus Ristolainen
    Olli Juolevi - Julius Honka
    Urho Vaakanainen - Olli Määttä
    Sami Vatanen
    Juuso Välimäki

    Juuse Saros
    Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen
    Ville Husso

    B

    Henrik Haapala - Joni Ikonen - Markus Granlund
    Aleksi Saarela - Janne Kuokkanen - Joonas Donskoi
    Aleksi Heponiemi - Roope Hintz - Teemu Pulkkinen
    Kasper Björkqvist - Aapeli Räsänen - Miikka Salomäki
    Miro Aaltonen
    Otto Koivula

    Esa Lindell - Vili Saarijärvi
    Robin Salo - Henri Jokiharju
    Markus Nutivaara - Kasper Kotkansalo
    Roope Laavainen
    Eemeli Räsänen

    Joonas Korpisalo
    Christopher Gibson
    Kaapo Kähkönen

    C

    Guys like Niku, Repo, Pokka, Luostarinen, Tuulola, Mikkola, Nättinen, Hännikäinen, Talvitie, Lehtonen, Jokipakka etc etc and bunch of goalies
     
  6. MissionCanucksFan

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    What might the 2018 Olympic team look like?

    surely Juolevi is on it.
     
  7. FiLe

    FiLe Mr. Know-It-Nothing

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    I see you missed the memo saying that the NHL isn't letting any NA-based player participate as long as they have an active contract, no matter the league and level.

    Only exception are those out on a loan to an European club.
     
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    While you guys are wondering what the 2018 Olympics will look like I'm looking ahead to 2022.

    Laine - Aho - Vesalainen

    Tolvanen - Barkov - Puljujarvi

    Rantanen - Granlund - Kapanen

    Komarov - Kupari - Koteniemi

    ---

    Heiskanen - Ristolainen

    Joelevi - Vatanen

    Niku - Honka

    ---

    Saros

    Korpisalo ​
     
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    - Defence is WAY too small
    - Granlund is not a center, Borgstrom probably takes #3 C, MiG replaces Kapanen
    - I love Komarov, but his playstyle doesn't indicate longevity
    - I can't speak for Kupari or Kotkaniemi, but Armia and Salomaki are good choices for 4th line and penalty killing
    - Valimaki & Vaakanainen probably end up on defense... possibly Kokkonen
    - Plenty of other players contending for forward spots
    - (other stuff I'm forgetting)
     
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  10. Torque

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    Lehkonen is up there. Old man Koivu might still make it and Granny is better as winger. I actually don't know who's 1C, Barky is elite 2C when we will need scoring; maybe Aho can do it, or maybe Barky is okay with the elite wingers we now have. Haula is super 4C, Filppula or Lehtera could be 3C options. Teravainen isn't yet up for C duties. We need a 1C? And all of this is assuming NHL mysteriously releases most of these just because. -- You Ajax84 made an effort so I'll point out the spelling is Juolevi.

    Edit: Oops, 2022. Maybe no angry Birch then.
     
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  11. SoupyFIN

    SoupyFIN #OneTerritory

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    Barkov will still be in his prime in 2022 (27yo) and no offense to Aho, but his NHL resume is one season as a winger. Barkov has been a legit NHL 1C a month or two into his rookie season.
     

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