on Moritz Seider’s Swedish adjustments’s Josh Berenter filed an article discussing Moritz Seider’s adjustments to playing in the SHL for Rogle BK:

With the upcoming AHL and NHL season schedules still yet to be unveiled, the 19-year-old finds himself in Angelholm, Sweden, playing for Rogle BK of the Swedish Hockey League on loan from the Red Wings.

Seider said it’s been tough adapting his game to the varying styles of play in Germany, North America and Sweden in less than two calendar years, but the defenseman said he’s just happy to be playing competitive hockey.

“It was a big adjustment, but it’s just great to have an opportunity to play hockey now, and finally getting some games under your belt,” Seider said to Red Wings TV host Carley Johnston in an Instagram Live interview last week. “It’s a league where everyone can skate. It’s a lot about skating here. You can’t just run people over. You have to really be careful of using your stick and how you approach guys, so that was a really good thing to learn the first couple weeks.”


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