Viktor Svedberg
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Viktor Svedberg


Goteborg Sweden

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Free agent signing, 2013


234 lbs.

Probability of Success
  • C


2008-09: Played for Rogle’s J18 and J20 squads.  In 11 games for the J18 Elit team, Svedberg picked up 1 goal and 4 assists for 5 points.  he added 24 penalty minutes to his offensive totals.  In 20 games for the J20 SuperElit squad, Svedberg scored 5 goals and added 11 assists for 16 points.  he also racked up 79 penalty minutes.

2009-10: Played in 40 games for Frolunda’s J20 SuperElit team, scoring 4 goals and adding 10 assists for 14 points.  He added 85 penalty minutes to his offensive totals.

Talent Analysis

A giant of a defenseman at 6'8, Viktor Svedberg is a two-way defenseman capable of impacting a game in many ways. He can deliver big checks and use his size to clear his team's crease. His mobility has greatly improved since his draft year to the point where he can get around the ice pretty well, particularly for a player of his size. A productive junior player, Svedberg has settled into more of a defensive-minded role at the professional level in Sweden and now in North America. He is still more than capable of moving the puck out of his zone and getting the puck on net in the offensive end.


Svedberg began the 2013-14 season on an AHL contract with the Rockford IceHogs. The Chicago Blackhawks signed him to a two year entry-level contract in October, 2013.


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