"NHL-hill remembers his former teammate Adam Svoboda"
"Adam Svoboda is dead but the memories live on."
"you Ask former teammate Anton Strålman contains the finest a very goalkeeper, a hearty Finnish the back and a small shopping cart."
"– He was clearly a funny guy, " says NHL player."
"It was just a season in Timrå. The Czech Adam Svoboda came to the Province on christmas day, 2005, guarding the bag 18 times and had a 90.1 in save percentage."
"But it is possible to measure his footprint with other things than numbers. When Sportbladet speaks with former teammates to the now-dead goalkeeper oozing stories. 28-year-old could not speak a word of English and hardly any English, but he lived robbers and stojade with everyone in the locker room. "
"' More or less bathed...”"
"– Everything he did was with a smile on your face, " says Anton Strålman, in the day of the Tampa Bay Lightning and give two examples of Svobodas peculiarities:"
" I will remember that Kalle Koskinen drove him around in a shopping cart on the ice after a win of the season. Then he had a liniments that he was more or less bathed in before each match. It was his heating."
"Kalle Koskinen, (the hill, rounded of his active career in the Finnish JyP and is today the leader there. But it is enough to say ”shopping cart” so that he will remember the rally after the 4-1-victory against Brynäs in 2006."
"– We had a shopping cart in the dressing room where we threw matchtröjorna. Adam used to stand on the ice after the games to celebrate with, but the day he said no, follow with this Donald! I took the cart and he sat down, and I drove a way on the ice. It was nice and fun, " says Koskinen."
"the Event is immortalized in an article in Expressen, where the reporter figured out that Timrå takes to 0.4 points more in games where Svoboda stands. "
"I wanted to invite our lovely audience on something fun," he says in the article."
"Strålman and Koskinen is happy that they met Adam Svoboda and mourn the Czech republic, who was 41 years old."
"It is very sad news," says Strålman."
"I'm sorry," says Koskinen."