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Of all of the players on this list, Oscar Lindberg might have the best chance to make the most impact in the pros.
He's a two-way center with plenty of experience in the Swedish Elite League. In fact, last season with Skelleftea, Lindberg had 42 points in 55 games.
The center has adjusted nicely to the North American game, as he's notched 10 points in 16 games in the AHL.
He projects as a second-line center who can play in all situations. You'll want him on the ice when a big faceoff win is needed, and you'll want him on the ice on the power play. He can play on the penalty kill and can press the action with aggressive play.
It would be best for his development to spend the rest of the season in Hartford, learning the nuances of the North American game. Next year, however, Lindberg could be manning the third line and in a few years, could be a key cog on a very good team.