The one-eyed Swede could be making his postseason debut Saturday night.
Swedish forward Carl Soderberg skated with the Bruins fourth line in place of Kaspars Daugavins at practice Friday morning, and it appears likely he'll getting the call alongside Rich Peverley and Shawn Thornton for Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
One person who doesn't care for the move is Michael Felger, who joined Gary Tanguay and Glenn Ordway on UNO Sports Tonight Friday.
"No, not particularly," said Felger when asked if he's excited to see Soderberg play, "but I will be excited not to have to watch Kaspars Daugavins."
Felger would prefer the Bruins skate an extra defenseman rather than have 12 forwards on the roster and have Soderberg play limited minutes, especially considering how inexperienced the Swedish forward is.
"Let's see what Soderberg has," Felger said. "He's only played those seven NHL games, he's used to a bigger sheet, a more non-contact game. I can't imagine he'd be ready for this but Daugavins wasn't bringing you anything anyway I would still consider running seven D out there over one of these forwards."
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