|New Jersey Devils|
|Written by Ryan Goddard|
February 2013 – In a surprising recall, Tedenby has seen four games and has produced an assist before being sent back to Albany. He has only produced 17 points in 30 AHL games, a rate that is not as strong as a few other Devils’ prospects. New Jersey will try anything to get Tedenby going, as a former first round pick who went from 22 points in 58 games in 2010-11 to barely deserving a scoring roll in the AHL. Jason Banks
April 2012 – It's been a tough start to Tedenby's NHL career as he's been unable to produce offensively with any type of consistency. Tedenby possesses high-end skill and blazing speed but it's apparent it may be a longer road to NHL success than first expected. Tedenby has been an elite scorer almost everywhere he's played and he has a willingess to go to the dirty areas not seen from other players with similar stature. Tedenby has incredible acceleration and his vision and ability to stick-handle in a crowd are second-to-none.
While his arrival may be pushed back don't give up on this top-end prospect - he's far too skilled to simply disappear.
Here is a jaw dropping highlight of Tedenby.
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|Last Updated on Friday, 08 February 2013 10:35|