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'It was a disturbing uncertainty'

‘It was a disturbing uncertainty’

On Monday, Tre Kronor captain Johann Garbenlov reported the return of his seventh to the World Cup squad. Skellefteå’s Jonathan Bodas, who was a backup during the World Cup, was finally selected.

This announcement was a huge relief to the 29-year-old.

– You feel good. It was difficult and uncertain whether to sit next to or if I was going home. The family at home sacrificed so much to make this trip, so it was hard to come home after three weeks and not play anything. That way, Bodas says, it looks really good.

‘Back razor sharp’

Several Tre Kronor players that SVT Sport spoke to during the tournament raised the team’s cohesion. So does Jonathan Bodas.

– We have a really good group. Both those who play and those on the side. We kept the fire burning.

What do you say about the back crew?

– It’s a sharp moose. Great fun to see the many good slopes up close. We are definitely ahead of the World Cup when it comes to the back group.

Are you holding on to something?

– Yes, you obviously see good details in their game. Now we haven’t had time to train together much, but they’ve played well so far so it’s fun to watch.

The benefit of NHL clubs

Pudas himself could become an NHL player next season. to me Volkbladet There is interest from three or four clubs in North America.

– It is a self-confidence booster that people love your game. The World Cup is the biggest show you can take part in and you want to show off and play the best hockey game. But honestly, I’m not focusing on that right now. We’ll see what happens after the tournament. Now I just want to do my best here.

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Sweden meets Great Britain on Tuesday night and could claim its third straight win.

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