Updated 3x at 11:31 AM: Of Red Wings Swedish .gif-related note early on a Saturday morning:
- Moritz Seider scored a goal for Rogle BK to open the scoring against Skelleftea AIK…
2. But a kick pass from Jonatan Berggren to teammate Andreas Wingerli tied the game at 2…
3. And Berggren set up the go-ahead goal (which didn’t last as the “go-ahead goal” for long in a high-scoring game):
C More also posted a 5-minute profile of Lucas Raymond before the Frolunda Indians’ game vs. Lulea Hockey:
Albert Johansson (Farjestads BK vs. Leksands IF), Joe Veleno and Malte Setkov (Malmo Redhawks vs. Oskarshamn) and Matias Brome (Orebro vs. Vaxjo) are also playing today as all 5 SHL games being played today feature Red Wings prospects.
For Frolunda, Elmer Soderblom got demoted to the 13th forward, and Theodor Niederbach sat out the game…
Laget är här. Karl Henriksson är tillbaka i spel, sätts i kedja med Patrik Carlsson och Johan Sundström. Theodor Niederbach utgår och Johan Mattsson vaktar kassen. pic.twitter.com/pAgSMQoGSx— Frölunda Indians (@frolunda_hc) October 24, 2020
Elsewhere, Kirill Tyutyayev will be playing in Belarus today; Victor Brattstrom (KooKoo) and Eemil Viro (TPS Turku) will play in Finland; the Swedish J20 league is underway, and Kienan Draper and the Chilliwack Chiefs will play a game early this evening.
Update: Berggren avoids a nasty bodycheck…
Here’s the top-20 PPG seasons in the SHL by a U-21 player (via Elite Prospects). You might recognize a few names on there
Berggren’s at 1.50 through 9 GP + 1 period pic.twitter.com/vZIx4ITLS7— Prashanth Iyer (@iyer_prashanth) October 24, 2020
Jonatan Berggren continues an incredible SHL start with two very nice assists so far today. And the game is only half way over.— Max Bultman (@m_bultman) October 24, 2020
Update #3: Make it 3 assists for Berggren…
But Seider set up defensive partner Eric Gelinas to tie the game 4-4:
This entire SHL season is just one long Red Wings Prospect Development Camp.— Zach Ellenthal (@zellenthal_swe) October 24, 2020
Update #4: FYI:
My apologies. There was a call made.
It’s like I don’t even watch these games 🤣— Here’s Your Replay ⬇️ (@TheReplayGuy) October 24, 2020
After a long stretch of goal-less play, Rogle pulled ahead with 1:38 remaining in the 3rd period…
And Rogle won 5-4.