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Leifby: It's time to take back the Swedish ice hockey
Leifby: It's time to take back the Swedish ice hockey

If you do not dream, one becomes crazy, wrote Aspenström.

Will you with dreams, mr. Lundberg?

Then it is time, then, here we are.

Erland Josephson-the copy (in any case, if you look from the left, angular top) Ola Lundberg has travelled hockeylandet Sweden and observed, listened, asked, squeezed and felt, perhaps struck by a expensive stick against Tommy Samuelsson, spectacle frames, and now turned homeward again.

On Friday morning, he presents his ideas and his investigation on how the Swedish ice hockey should look and function going forward, in the league and kvalanordningar.

Stencileringsmaskinerna learn go hot in the night and no one really knows how big this draft is.

there Will be a proposal, or several?

the Surplus on the faithful SHL-guardian

Will his proposals to send surges of electric current through our chests, or has it all been pretend?

the Tone of the last few months have been sharp but also refreshing, with the exception of the beautiful that come creeping with its excellence until now.

Those who want to take down the importance of the investigation, but still think it is important enough to take up.

Where was you house when the vein around the corner in the fall?

Faithful to the SHL-the guardian there are surpluses on but one thing is for sure; without (some) of the media and grubbing, and the fans röststarka marks the last few months, yes years, had everything been different.

Someone at head office had been sitting and hivat out wild cards to all the purists and SHL had most likely been a closed league today.

But the lock and key, he learns to not be trailing by, mr Lundberg.

It seems so, I hope so.

The last few weeks I have called, traveled around, made a little to and ”feeling” that many carry is to ensamutredaren will propose a more porous system.

Direct promotion and relegation?

Would make the dream realistic

Yes, else he goes against a whole movement, and I believe that he wants to do.

the League has given the Ola Lundberg chance to tip the Swedish hockey back in the right place, to the foundation it is actually resting on, and I really hope that he takes it.

Then SHL-ceo Jörgen Lindgren was fired in the middle of October has many clubs, for the first time in a long time, dared to think freely.

They have formed their own opinion rather than to get a key, in the neck, they have lifted their eyes, maybe even listened to, and understand now finally that they are not alone in the world of hockey.

Many people have realized that it is time to unhook all of the rigorous safety lock, open up, they will appear as fegproppar if they don't leave out the suspenders and livremmar.

They understand that the writing of history would not be beautiful.

Direct promotion and relegation between the SHL and Hockeyallsvenskan, and Hockeyallsvenskan and Hockeyettan, would make the dream of advancement realistic.

today, waiting instead a jumble of different finals, the series and qualifiers that allows the wiring diagram for a Yamaha FS1 understandable.

A potentially decisive match will be played on Sunday against a team that has 35-40 million more in spelarbudget, and also has received the rest in shape.

If it was enough to win or lose a series, it would be easier to justify. and sponsors, the dashes = the horror, the lines would be burned, more matches become interesting and important, and I have not yet heard a single counter-argument that holds.

Those that are critical to the direct promotion and relegation tend to often talk warmly about the qualification, that it ”is hockeyns DNA”, but the same people despise the second consecutive year that it is ”unfair”.

In general, it is all about the economic disaster ahead for the team that falls out.

People will get fired!

Oh, and who the hell was stupid enough to, within the framework of the Swedish sport and its tradition, to build a system where it is TOO hard and TOO expensive to lose?

It's embarrassing

another stupidity that pops up when it should resoneras on how easy or difficult it is to go up from the Swedish second league allsvenskan to the SHL is to point out how it has been for the last ten years.

It is completely irrelevant because it is only now the new, fantastic tv-the millions (and they are many, it is said that the SHL-the contract is worth 650 million per year) is starting to give the rash in and around the SHL-teams organization and truppbyggen.

In the long term, it will become harder and harder for a team in the Teams to reach the dream of SHL.

A SHL-jumbo still need to win just four matches over the course of an entire season to muddle left in Sweden's highest league.

It is not only cowardly, it is directly embarrassing.

In my and many others ' world, it would be common for the dream to go up is just as big, just as present, as the nightmare to go out.

Not as small and unrealistic.

It is time to take back the Swedish ice hockey from the maniacal sit and stare at the last line in the financial statements, those who do not dare to lose any matches, or privilege, and I think it is now it happens.

It is in motion, Aspenström wrote.

It is set in order.

Or how, mr. Lundberg?

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