If only Silent Y could play with the same jam as Rahimi.
Rahimi played two seasons with the Moose back when, but never managed to make the cut for the Canucks. He has managed to establish himself in the SHL though, but with a roughneck reputation. In 2015/16 he was the most penalised player of the league...!
He frequently plays on the national team; ie until the NHL players show up... We have so many good Swedish D-men in the NHL that the SHLers hardly ever make the cut for the major championships. He has made the World Championships roster twice though, and has a bronze medal to show for it. Last season he actually played for Davos in Switzerland, but this season he is back in the SHL playing for Växjö.
BladesofSteel wrote:Unless Dahlen takes Rodin's spot out of camp, he'll be playing Tic-Tac-Toe with Elias this time next month.
They looked really good together in the Swedish second tier league last season. Let's see if they can repeat it in the SHL this season, and then in the NHL the next...
BladesofSteel wrote: 24 hours and I'm on vacation.
After the two road games, Växjö will now play the same two teams at home. They face Davos tonight and Liberec on Saturday. For some reason they won't play the fourth team in their roundrobin group, Cardiff Devils, till October.
Anyway, the puck drops at 18.30 CET tonight. Guess that's 9.30 am in Vancouver?
I'll see if I can find some link.
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