2014 WJC Video: Nick Sorensen, Sweden

By Chapin Landvogt

Nick Sorensen - Quebec Remparts

Photo: Quebec Remparts forward and Anaheim Ducks prospect Nick Sorensen is one of 11 returning players from Sweden’s 2013 World Junior roster taking part in this year’s event (courtesy of Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images)

Injuries the past couple of seasons have limited Sweden forward Nick Sorensen's time on the ice. But, the Anaheim Ducks prospect has managed to stay healthy this season, and is taking part in his second consecutive U20 World Junior Championship.

Sorensen plays for the Quebec Remparts of the QMJHL. In 20 games for that club this season, he has scored 13 goals and added 14 assists for 27 points. He appeared in just 54 games total the previous two seasons, however, producing 56 points in those 54 contests.

Sweden is currently undefeated at the 2014 WJC, with Sorensen doing his part to contribute to their success so far at this year's tournament. The Denmark-born Sorensen has netted two goals and added two assists in the four wins that Sweden has registered during the preliminary round.

Sorensen spoke with the media following Sweden's win over Norway, a conversation that is captured in this Hockey's Future video.

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