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A Swedish Touch

It is Friday afternoon and I came across a Q & A from Sports Bladet, talking to a hockey expert. Some of the answers translated with Systran can be very comical but it does add a nice international touch to the game. Asked who could win the Cup this year... Tomas's are rowed says: Carolina can certainly defend the gold. But in new NHL believes I that around 16 NHL-lag has the opportunity. The applies to have a mould tip when one makeacommitmentto in the finals. Färjestad has well also the opportunity. but I do not believe on värmlänningarna this winter. Feels little Jurassic Park-varning over the team. What was his favorite arena to visit... Tomas's are rowed says: Old Chicago arena that had pc small river place long up in the arena. Remembers how the audience actually hated Loob in the finals against Calgary 1989. That arena takes the price for the charm. Otherwise, I say Phoenix arena. Brynäs's new arena feels delicious - the has among other thing rolling stairs. Fresh. What Swedes will play in the NHL All-Star game... Tomas's are rowed says: Henrik Lundqvist Peter Forsberg Markus Näslund Alexander Steen Nicklas Lidström and perhaps Mats Sundin. What GM job would you like to have... Tomas's are rowed says: I willed want to have Mike Barnetts jobs that GM for Phoenix. Then, I willed sit and to eat crisps with Gretzky each evening and to speak hockey. You can read the full interview at Sports Bladet (not translated).

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