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CALLE JARNKROK RUMORS

News & Notes: Jarnkrok to Ads, Girard signs ELC and Preds picking 11th

Despite the season being over, the Nashville Predators were involved in quite a bit of news on Tuesday. JARNKROK TO ADS Calle Jarnkrok has been reassigned to Nashville’s top minor league affiliate, the Milwaukee Admirals. The 22-year old forward was the key piece in the David Legwand deal on March 5 and he paid immediate dividends, both in Milwaukee and Nashville. With the Ads...
Via Section 303
April 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Sissons, Jarnkrok bag first NHL goals against Sabres

It’s a moment they’ll remember for the rest of their lives. In the first period of Thursday night’s contest against the Buffalo Sabres, Nashville Predators rookies Colton Sissons and Calle Jarnkrok scored their first career NHL goals. Sissons opened the scoring and then, midway through the frame, Jarnkrok pounced on a loose puck in the slot to net his first. Both Sissons and...
Via Section 303
March 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Jarnkrok already turning heads in brief time with Predators

Nashville Predators coach Barry Trotz's initial impression of Calle Jarnkrok is a positive one. In two games, Jarnkrok, the center whom the Predators received at the trade deadline in exchange for David Legwand, previously their longest-tenured player, has a point each time (two assists total). For the Predators' offensively challenged corps of forwards, that amounts to a...
Via Fox Sports Tennessee
March 25, 2014  |  Discuss

The Predcast, Season 2 – Ep. 20: Offensive War, Jarnkrok/Forsberg, Ranking GM’s

Episode 20 of Season 2 of The Predcast! Join your hosts Kristopher Martel, Dan Bradley and Chris Link as they wrap up the week that was for the Nashville Predators, the “war” against developing offensive talent, the performances of Calle Jarnkrok and Filip Forsberg, ranking the league’s General Managers, and the always favorite “Five Tough Questions”. Subscribe at iTunes...
Via The Predatorial
March 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Preds recall Jarnkrok

22-year old Swedish center Calle Jarnkrok is set to make his Nashville Predators debut Friday night when they take on the Calgary Flames in Alberta. Jarnkrok was acquired in a trade deadline day deal with the Detroit Red Wings, sending David Legwand back to Michigan and also acquiring Patrick Eaves. Since entering the organization, Jarnkrok has played five games with the Milwaukee...
Via Fang Faction
March 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Jarnkrok puts to bed rumors of returning to Sweden

When the Nashville Predators announced that they had acquired 22-year old center Calle Jarnkrok from the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday in the David Legwand deal, many fans were elated. Here’s a player who was one of the higher-rated Swedish prospects headed into the 2010 NHL Draft class. Then tweets like this started coming across the wire. There must have been truth to the rumors...
Via Section 303
March 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Wings did indeed send Calle Jarnkrok to Nashville w/ Eaves, and 3rd, for Legwand

Update: TSN Bob confirms that Jarnkrok MAY HAVE a deal Sweden and MAY be playing in the SEL next season.   Nashville traded David Legwand to Detroit for Patrick Eaves, Calle Jarnkrok and a 3rd round pick. — Gord Miller (@GMillerTSN) March 5, 2014 @georgemalik Y — Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) March 5, 2014 That's either the Wings knowing...
Via Kukla's Korner
March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Wings mid-day news: Jarnkrok to Grand Rapids, Iginla and DeKeyser talk and looking ahead

The Detroit Red Wings will try to go 3-for-3 on their Western U.S. road trip when they tangle with the Phoenix Coyotes tonight (10 PM EDT, FSD/FS Arizona/97.1 FM), but today's "morning" skate won't take place until at or around 3 PM EDT, so the vast majority of today's Red Wings news dovetails the overnight report's storylines, starting with DetroitRedWings...
Via Kukla's Korner
March 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Red Wings will bring prospect Calle Jarnkrok to Detroit to visit, not play

Red Wings prospect Calle Jarnkrok's Swedish team, Brynas IF, won't repeat as Swedish Eliteserien champions. They were ingloriously swept from the playoffs by Skelleftea AIK on Monday, leaving Jarnkrok's future up in the air. The Wings signed him a year ago, but chose to loan him to Brynas for the Eliteserien season, and the Swedish-language newspapers have assumed that...
Via Kukla's Korner
March 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Savage explains why Dekeyser, Jarnkrok and Nyquistt aren’t at the Red Wings’ development camp

Via RedWingsFeed, I was wondering why MLive’s Brendan Savage was furiously writing away on his laptop, and here’s the reason: Savage has the scoop as to why free agent defenseman and Western Univeristy of Michigan junior Danny DeKeyser isn’t at the Red Wings’ summer development camp, and he clarifies why Calle Jarnkrok (took part in the World Championships) and Gustav Nyquist...
Via Kukla's Korner
July 08, 2012  |  Discuss
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