Discussion in 'Buffalo Sabres' started by Woodhouse, Jun 28, 2014.
what a shot
That shot was lethal
I want to get this guy in North America
He's having a good playoffs, 1+1 today and 8 points in 9 games.
He's really good on the power play, good vision and quick passes. And his shot is also dangerous. Five on five he isn't always so noticable.
I've liked him for a while. Left handed shot who plays RW. Seems like a perfect fit for Eichel in the future.
Yup, the kind of guy that could fill some holes eventually. Doesn't need to be a driver, just be in the right places and let one of our centers feed him.
I've been high on him for a while now. He's really starting to heat up in the playoffs. he's 3-3-6 in the last 4 games. Hopefully TM brings him over this summer so he can play in Rochester next year and try to earn a call up there. No guarantees he ever makes the NHL but as we have all seen his shot is lethal and is easily NHL caliber right now.
Half of game three played and three assists from Victor so far.
@SabresProspects - Less than a couple of hours hours away from SHL semifinal Game 7 between FrÃ¶lunda and BrynÃ¤s.
Will Victor Olofsson (13 GP - 4-8-12 in playoffs) be the hero again?
Is there any chance he plays here soon. It seems like he's had some good years recently.
Rumor is he is staying to finish his contract in Sweden for next season.
I'd heard that about Asplund, but Olofsson, too?
I have been wondering about him and signing him.
his rights expire 6/1 next year.
I would still sign him to a contract then loan him his team like what buffalo did with Ullmark--then they have him under contract.
How he's doing at development camp, nobody talk about him anymore. Other prospect surpassed him?
Good question - some of our more regular Dev Camp reporting posters haven't been there so there hasn't been much of any discussion beyond "hey, that guy is fast".
its a case of Shinny High Impact Toy Syndrome
folks focus on new kids that aren't seen before.
Personally I want him signed then loaned back to his team in Sweden.
I think he could really be one of our most underrated prospects.
He has produced relatively well in a good professional league and I think could be a strong winger. I don't think he's as far behind Bailey/Baptiste/Fasching as people think.
The question like Possler is if he ever is truly going to leave Europe and come over. I thought his signing eligibility was up with Possler, but that's good. Hopefully he'll have a conversation with Botterill. We never want to lose assets for free.
I think the thing with Possler is he wasn't even coming to the Development Camps anymore plus he had some injury issues to the point I'm not sure he is even a big loss, other that the hope he'd be a steal. Olofsson is here every year and he always impresses in camp. Hopefully Botts can get him signed and in Rochester - I think it's about time he came over after this next year in Sweden.
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