Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

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    Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

    Born Oct 12 1985 -- Malmo, Sweden
    [27 yrs. ago]
    Height 6.03 -- Weight 207 -- Shoots L

    2012-13 Linkoping HC SEL 54GP 31G 29A 60Pts
    He would join the B's after his regular season in Sweeden ....looking good              
     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

    no mre trade rumors

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

    Ah the annual Yeti-Soderberg sighting.

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

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    Ah the annual Yeti-Soderberg sighting.



    I no but lets hope it happend this year

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

    Long time coming: @DarrenDregerreporting Carl Soderberg wants to join Bs after Euro season. 6'3" 198 came in trade for Hannu Toivonen 7.07

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

     

    God you people want to make me want to slash my wrists.

    Look at that league.

    Why not get the guy who tearing it up in the SEL??

    He's younger than Carl.

    He's got 11 more pts than Carl.

    He's 

    George "Bud" Holloway !!!!

    http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=74655&encode=TRUE

    He's an AHL reject who's tearing it up.  He'd better than Carl.  The AHL is better than the SEL, and Caron, Spooner, Knight, Suave, Tardif, Whitfield and even Bourque are better than Soderberg.

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

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    God you people want to make me want to slash my wrists.

    Look at that league.

    Why not get the guy who tearing it up in the SEL??

    He's younger than Carl.

    He's got 11 more pts than Carl.

    He's 

    George "Bud" Holloway !!!!

    http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=74655&encode=TRUE

    He's an AHL reject who's tearing it up.  He'd better than Carl.  The AHL is better than the SEL, and Caron, Spooner, Knight, Suave, Tardif, Whitfield and even Bourque are better than Soderberg.




    What team does he belong to ????

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

    He has a eye appointment at Massachusetts General maybe?

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

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    What team does he belong to ????

     




    Skelleftea HC

    Also in the SEL

    check hockey db.  Reject AHLers rule that league.

    Check the rosters and stats of the guys in the league.  They have some kind of rule where you can only have so many foreign born players or something.

    http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/leagues/seasons/sel19982013.html

    Check it out. 

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

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    He has a eye appointment at Massachusetts General maybe?




    Good point.  It's a pretty huge disadvantage to have an injured eye.

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

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    What team does he belong to ????

     

     




     

    Skelleftea HC

    Also in the SEL

    check hockey db.  Reject AHLers rule that league.

    Check the rosters and stats of the guys in the league.  They have some kind of rule where you can only have so many foreign born players or something.

    http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/leagues/seasons/sel19982013.html

    Check it out. 




    I can't think of anything more absurd than trying to rate a player by nothing more than numbers on a computer screen. Silverberg is helping the Sens right now. Fasth is helping the Ducks. Both guys had success in SEL last year.

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

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    He has a eye appointment at Massachusetts General maybe?




    lol....oh man, you went there....

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

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    What team does he belong to ????

     

     




     

    Skelleftea HC

    Also in the SEL

    check hockey db.  Reject AHLers rule that league.

    Check the rosters and stats of the guys in the league.  They have some kind of rule where you can only have so many foreign born players or something.

    http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/leagues/seasons/sel19982013.html

    Check it out. 

     




    I can't think of anything more absurd than trying to rate a player by nothing more than numbers on a computer screen. Silverberg is helping the Sens right now. Fasth is helping the Ducks. Both guys had success in SEL last year.

     



    TSN panel indicated he could be a top 6.  But bc of the Bruins he would be on 3 rd line.  Size, speed and hands.  Cant be any worse then whats currently filling in on the 3rd line yo yo. 

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

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    What team does he belong to ????

     

     




     

    Skelleftea HC

    Also in the SEL

    check hockey db.  Reject AHLers rule that league.

    Check the rosters and stats of the guys in the league.  They have some kind of rule where you can only have so many foreign born players or something.

    http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/leagues/seasons/sel19982013.html

    Check it out. 

     




    I can't think of anything more absurd than trying to rate a player by nothing more than numbers on a computer screen. Silverberg is helping the Sens right now. Fasth is helping the Ducks. Both guys had success in SEL last year.

     




    Dez.

    Take your head out of your a and quit trying to be such a dick for a minute at least.

    Silfverberg had put up good points in that league as a 17, 18 and 19 year old - actually better numbers than Soderberg does now as a 27 year old.

    Fasth?  He's a goalie, different conversation.

     

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

     

    And it isn't like analyzing stats, it's just looking at the league, who's in it, who did they used to play for and what numbers they're putting up relative to each other.

     

    It's quite clear it's a cut below the AHL

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

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    I can't think of anything more absurd than trying to rate a player by nothing more than numbers on a computer screen. Silverberg is helping the Sens right now. Fasth is helping the Ducks. Both guys had success in SEL last year.

     

     




     

    Dez.

    Take your head out of your a and quit trying to be such a dick for a minute at least.

    Silfverberg had put up good points in that league as a 17, 18 and 19 year old - actually better numbers than Soderberg does now as a 27 year old.

    Fasth?  He's a goalie, different conversation.

     

     




    I'm being a dick by choosing to actually see a player before writing him off? Gotcha! I don't know how I keep forgetting your success rate versus PC when it comes to filling out the roster. Forgive me. My mind isn't as sharp as it used to be. Silly of me to question your opinion. Carry on trashing.

     

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

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    I can't think of anything more absurd than trying to rate a player by nothing more than numbers on a computer screen. Silverberg is helping the Sens right now. Fasth is helping the Ducks. Both guys had success in SEL last year.

     

     




     

    Dez.

    Take your head out of your a and quit trying to be such a dick for a minute at least.

    Silfverberg had put up good points in that league as a 17, 18 and 19 year old - actually better numbers than Soderberg does now as a 27 year old.

    Fasth?  He's a goalie, different conversation.

     

     




    I'm being a dick by choosing to actually see a player before writing him off? Gotcha! I don't know how I keep forgetting your success rate versus PC when it comes to filling out the roster. Forgive me. My mind isn't as sharp as it used to be. Silly of me to question your opinion. Carry on trashing.

     




    All right, so I got carried away.  Check out all the youtube clips, check out all of those sweet goals where he looks like a stud.  then check out when he got them - when he was playing in the Swe-1 league NOT the SEL.  And half of those were before the eye injury.

    You don't always have to see guys to know they're a waste of time, sometimes their resume is enough.  You haven't seen me play, do you really think you have to before making a judgement about my playing in your fave pickup game?

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

    i laughed when i read this, but here is one thing i've learned as a hockey fan. Trust Dreger. If he reported an NHL guy said Soderberg has top 6 ability, then it was said, whether or not it comes to fruition. 

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

    BadHab why does any other team picks him up if he is free and he doesnt belong to any team ???

     
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    BadHab why does any other team picks him up if he is free and he doesnt belong to any team ???




    I don't know.  Why has no other team picked him up?  

    Why has he never showed up to a camp - development camp, rookie camp - any camp? 

    Why isn't the near loss of sight in one eye a major concern?

    Why isn't a concern that most of his playing career has been in less than the equivalent of the echl?

     

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

    PC and staff wouldn't approach Soderberg (or anyone else) to play if they weren't talented enough to make a contribution in Boston. He's had some players work out better than others but overall has had a decent rate of success filling out the roster. I like to at least see someone fail before I'll call them a failure. That's just me though. 

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

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    PC and staff wouldn't approach Soderberg (or anyone else) to play if they weren't talented enough to make a contribution in Boston. He's had some players work out better than others but overall has had a decent rate of success filling out the roster. I like to at least see someone fail before I'll call them a failure. That's just me though. 



    Spot on dead exact 100% correct.

    And that's why they haven't approached him, they gave up on him eons ago.  At that time he showed some potential, note how he started in the SEL and then dropped down to Swe-1.

    Remember my $200 bet that Tommy Cross would never play in the NHL?

    Another $200 says that Soderberg will never play in the NHL.

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

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    PC and staff wouldn't approach Soderberg (or anyone else) to play if they weren't talented enough to make a contribution in Boston. He's had some players work out better than others but overall has had a decent rate of success filling out the roster. I like to at least see someone fail before I'll call them a failure. That's just me though. 

     



    Spot on dead exact 100% correct.

     

    And that's why they haven't approached him, they gave up on him eons ago.  At that time he showed some potential, note how he started in the SEL and then dropped down to Swe-1.

    Remember my $200 bet that Tommy Cross would never play in the NHL?

    Another $200 says that Soderberg will never play in the NHL.



    I'll put a million on both players just for the thrill of it.

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

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    God you people want to make me want to slash my wrists.

    Look at that league.

    Why not get the guy who tearing it up in the SEL??

    He's younger than Carl.

    He's got 11 more pts than Carl.

    He's 

    George "Bud" Holloway !!!!

    http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=74655&encode=TRUE

    He's an AHL reject who's tearing it up.  He'd better than Carl.  The AHL is better than the SEL, and Caron, Spooner, Knight, Suave, Tardif, Whitfield and even Bourque are better than Soderberg.




    This post is absurd.  Fabian Brunnstrom had 17 goals and 12 assists in 55 games for the Dallas Stars, this year he has 9 goals and 9 assists in 54 games in the SEL for Frolunda.  The SEL must be a much better league that the NHL.  Did I do that right?


    Plus for comparison sake Soderberg has 31 goals and 29 assist in 54 games.  Soderberg is on pace to break Hakan Loobs SEL goal scoring record.

     
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    Re: Carl Soderberg in Boston this season according to CBC Pierre Lebrun

    Doing well in the same league;

    Jason Krog 37 yo, 43 pts 55 games (I remember him from UNH)

    Joel Lundqvist, 31 yo, 34 pts 55 games

    Ryan Gunderson 27 yo defsm 36 pts 55 games played 77 ahl games

    Chirs Lee 32 yo defsm 41 pts 54 games career AHLer

     

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