Viktor Stalberg
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Viktor Stalberg


Stockholm Sweden

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6th round (161st overall), 2006


191 lbs.

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Viktor Stahlberg had 27 goals, 26 assists and 89 PIMs playing for the Frölunda Indians in the Swedish Jr. league in 2005-06.

2006-07: Freshman at the University of Vermont.

2007-08: As a sophomore at the University of Vermont (Hockey East), Stalberg played in all 39 games and finished third on team in scoring with 10 goals and 13 assists. His 10 goals and 11 assists for 21 points in 27 Hockey East games ranked first on the team and tied for 15th in the league. He was named an honorable mention Hockey East All-Star and earned a spot on the Hockey East All-Academic Team. He earned Hockey East Player of the Week on Feb. 18 and was named to the Hockey East Weekly Honor Roll on three occasions. His three game-winning goals were tied for the team lead and ranked tied for second among Hockey East players. He was one of only four forwards on the team to finish with a positive plus/minus rating (+1). He ranked second on the team with 95 shpts and posted four multi-point games. He had a career-high three points (1+2) in a 5-4 win over Boston University on Nov. 17. He was named the Hockey East Player of the Week on Feb. 18 and had an assist in a 4-1 win over Northeastern in Game 3 of the Hockey East Quarterfinals on Mar. 16.


Talent Analysis

A big player with great speed. Accelerates really well and reaches full speed very fast. Forechecks successfully and plays with good intensity. A natural sniper with a fine scoring touch. Defense and passing game could use some improvement. Should play even more physical with his large frame.


2012 World Championship: Viktor Stalberg, Sweden

by Chapin Landvogt


Photo: Chicago Blackhawks forward Viktor Stalberg is representing his country at the 2012 World Championship following an early NHL playoff exit (courtesy of

Chris Pondy/Icon SMI)

Chicago Blackhawks forward Viktor Stalberg just completed his second full season in the NHL and put up a career high 22 goals and 43 points in 79 games. For the first time since a U-20 performance in 2005, Stalberg was nominated to represent his native country in international play once the Blackhawks were knocked out of the playoffs. This was a nomination he didn’t hesitate to accept.

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