Team Sweden has invited 30 players to a summer training camp, the Swedish Ice Hockey Association announced Thursday.
The 18 forwards, 12 defenders, and four goaltenders will spend six days in Falun, Sweden, participating in on-ice training, physical tests, and three games. The camp will run from June 26 to July 2. The team has met once already this summer at a camp held in Crete, Greece for all prospective Swedish Olympians, but this is the first team-specific event.
FORWARDS: Anna Borgvist, Olivia Carlsson, Nathalie Ferno, Erika Grahm, Sara Hjalmarsson, Lisa Johansson, Sabina Küller, Maria Lindh, Hanna Moher, Emma Nordin, Melinda Olsson, Hanna Olsson, Fanny Rask, Hanna Sköld, Rebecca Stenberg, Erica Udén Johansson, Pernilla Winberg, Alice Östensson
DEFENDERS: Jessical Adolfsson, Emmy Alasalmi, Johanna Fällman, Josefine Holmgren, Anna Kjellbin, Felicia Linder, Elin Lundberg, Solveig Neunzert, Maja Nyhlén Persson, Emilia Ramboldt, Annie Svedin
GOALTENDERS: Sarah Berglind, Lovisa Berndtsson, Sara Grahn, Lovisa Selander
Eighteen of the 30 players were members of Team Sweden at the 2017 World Championships in Plymouth, Michigan, including 16-year-old Maja Nyhlén Persson and the SDHL’s top three Swedish scorers: Erika Grahm, Lisa Johansson, and Fanny Rask.