the Orlando Solar Bears, Karlsson registered five goals and five assists for 10 points.
member of the World Championship Team in 1995 and was a member of the 1994-95 Swedish Junior National Team that won the bronze medal. He registered two goals and two assists for four points in seven games.
goal, three assists) in four games.
Elite League. The native of Ludvika, Sweden, was originally selected by Calgary in the eighth round, 148th overall, in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft. Karlsson was acquired by the Thrashers in a trade with the Calgary Flames following the 1999 NHL Expansion Draft.
(The Team also announced the signing of Donald Audette, another RFA)
official. He’s moving on to the NHL. The 42nd pick overall a year ago by the
New Jersey Devils, Commodore put his signature to a three year deal on
Friday (7/14). The two time WCHA All-Academic team member will be scheduled
for rookie training camp August 1st.
return to Wisconsin rather than join the Atlanta Thrashers. Heatley decided
during a visit to Atlanta to return to college rather than turn pro,
Thrashers spokesman Tom Hughes said. The 19-year-old left winger paid his
own way but did visit Thrashers facilities and meet with team officials,
Hughes said. Heatley does not have an agent, thereby keeping his NCAA
eligibility. The Thrashers will retain his rights should he join the NHL
next year. Heatley scored 28 goals and assisted on 28 others during his
freshman year. He was the rookie of the year in the Western Collegiate