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Olympic hockey player bloodied after taking skate to face

Norway versus Sweden is normally a fierce rivalry, but add in the Olympic factor, and there are bound to be war wounds. The two Scandinavian rivals faced off in men’s ice hockey Thursday and predictably there was damage. Norwegian center Kristian Forsberg was struck in the nose by a skate of Sweden’s Joel Lundqvist after...
Via New York Post
February 15, 2018

Kristian Forsberg cut in face by Joel Lundqvist's skate

Scary moment in the second when Kristian Forsberg was cut in the face by Joel Lundqvist's skate. Sweden leads the game 2-0 after two.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
February 15, 2018

Projected NHL top draft pick scratched in Sweden's opener

In a tournament filled with twists and turns, Sweden decided to scratch 17-year-old Rasmus Dahlin in its opening match vs. Norway. The smooth-skating defender is expected to be the top pick in the 2018 NHL draft. "He's one of a kind," Joel Lundqvist, the team captain and a Swedish Hockey League teammate, said a few days ago.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
February 15, 2018

Sweden's Joel Lundqvist heads to PyeongChang without his backstopping brother

Even though the NHL is out of the picture, that doesnt mean Swedens mens hockey team is heading to the Olympics without a Lundqvist. New York Ranger goalie Henrik Lundqvist, the 2006 gold and 2014 silver medalist for Sweden, will not be in PyeongChang. However, his twin brother Joel Lundqvist is ready to wear the Tre kronor for his country. "It's going to be incredibly fun," Lundqvist...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
February 05, 2018

Sweden men's Olympic hockey roster

After winning silver with a 25-man roster filled with 24 NHL pros at the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games, just one fewer than the U.S. and Canada rosters four years ago, Sweden's 2018 Olympic team includes one Stanley Cup champion (Viktor Stalberg, 2012-13 Chicago Blackhawks), the brother of future Hockey Hall of Fame goalie Henrik Lundqvist (Joel Lundqvist) and just one player who...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
January 16, 2018

Ten Years Ago: 2007 WCQF vs. Vacouver, Game 7 — Joel Lundqvist’s Goal of Goals & Ten Power Plays for Canucks

The Stars outscored Vancouver at even-strength. The Canucks were handed 10 power plays. The hockey gods smiled on the Canucks in Game 7, writes Cam Cole. With the Canucks leading 2-1, Dallas had two gorgeous opportunities to equalize the affair: Once with Stu Barnes left all alone in the slot and a miraculous save by Roberto Luongo, and the second on a one-timer by Mike Modano...
Via Defending Big D
September 04, 2017

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