2014 WJC Video: Sebastian Collberg, Sweden

By Chapin Landvogt

Sebastian Collberg - Team Sweden

Photo: Team Sweden forward Sebastian Collberg is stopped by Slovakia goaltender Richard Sabol, but Sweden went on to win the 2014 WJC quarterfinal match, 6-0 (courtesy of LUDVIG THUNMAN/AFP/Getty Images)

While his season with the Frolunda Indians of the SHL hasn't been an offensively productive one, Team Sweden forward Sebastian Collberg is doing at the 2014 World Junior Championship what he has done at previous WJC's, namely generating offense.

In five games at this WJC, Collberg has netted a goal and chipped in four assists while posting a +4 rating for the tournament. All told, in 17 U20 WJC games over the past two years, the Mariestad native has scored nine goals and added nine assists for 18 points. In additon, Collberg took part in the 2012 U18 WJC, where he potted four goals and added five assists for 9 points in six games.

Collberg is a prospect of the Montreal Canadiens. He received a smalll taste of the North American game in 2012-13 when he played in two games for the Canadiens' AHL farm club, the Hamilton Bulldogs. He registered no points in those two games.

After Sweden's 6-0 win over Slovakia in the quarterfinals, Collberg spoke with Hockey's Future for this HF video.

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