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At Hockey Sverige, Carl Hagelin is interviewed and said that his shoulder is doing "better and better" and he isn't having problems working out.

Hagelin said that he and his teammates take it easy when they do their workouts and tend to run drills and then some four on four that isn't very "intense."

He said that he is skating but hasn't taken any contact and is just trying to be safe.

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It was announced today that Carl Hagelin is leaving his Swedish team, SSK, due to the shoulder injury he suffered recently.

The two sides decided to terminate the contract on December 8th and Hagelin had already been ruled out for all of November as a precaution.

In an interview with it.se, club direct Maria Andark said that the team hasn't planned to bring Hagelin back if the lockout extends for the season, but "there is a shred of hope" that it could still happen.

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According to Mattias Ek at Expressen, Carl Hagelin will not return to Sweden to play for SSK due to his shoulder injury.

Hagelin is staying in New York to rehab his shoulder and his contract expires on 12/8

9:19AM: Hagelin and the team decided to end his contract on 12/8 so that Hagelin wouldn't risk hurting his shoulder more.

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According to Aftonbladet, SSK has announced that Carl Hagelin has been ruled out for the month of November due to his shoulder injury.

Hagelin is currently in NY to see doctors and get rehab on his shoulder.

The statement from the team, when translated is "Carl Hagelin has gone to New York in order to receive damage in the shoulder examined, and perform rehab. As it stands now, Hagelin not be current for games in november."

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According to Larry Brooks, Carl Hagelin is in NY while his Swedish team SSK is on a two week break.

Hagelin is in New York for rehab on his shoulder.

Brooks says that Hagelin won't need surgery on his shoulder.

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12:57PM: LT.se reports that Hagelin will be re-examined this week and the extent of his injury is still unknown.

10:48AM:

https://twitter.com/EkExpressen/status/266202717205188608

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At Expressen, Mattias Ek writes that SSK is concerned with how hurt Carl Hagelin's shoulder is and that it may be worse than they originally thought.

Hagelin went to see a shoulder specialist and that the Rangers may get involved as they are worried about Hagelin.

He underwent an MRI on Friday and is waiting for the results.

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12:33PM: Andreas Hanson tweets "?On one side Hagelin tone down the damage as a "precaution". On the other side says Str?mwall that Carl is a "big question mark" to the game. "

11:11AM: Hagelin told sverigesradio that he suffered the first blow to his shoulder on Saturday and then suffered another one yesterday. He added that he didn't practice but it was just as a precaution.

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Carl Hagelin is certainly enjoying his latest stint with former club Sodertalje.

The Rangers winger has five goals and six assists in just seven games for the Allsvenskan club this season. Perhaps more telling though, is the team?s on-ice improvement with the speedy winger in tow. Sodertalje have won six of the seven games Hagelin has played in, a run that has seen them push north toward the playoff spots after a slow start to their 2012-13 campaign.

Hagelin has formed a quick bond with Philadelphia Flyers forward Matt Read, a combination that has proved decisive for Sodertalje this season. One of the biggest plus points to Hagelin?s play thus far has been the manner in which he has scored his goals. He?s hit the empty net, fired home from close range, and tallied on the breakaway. He?s getting involved physically too, winning key board battles and taking the body in open ice.

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Carl Hagelin, Oscar Lindberg and Jesper Fasth have all been named in Sweden?s squad for the upcoming Karjala Cup tournament today. The full international call-ups are a first for both Hagelin and Lindberg.

The Blueshirts trio have made fine starts to their club seasons in Sweden. Hagelin?s seven-game stint in Sodertajle has revitalised the Allsvenskan club, winners of six of those games. Lindberg and Fasth, meanwhile, have proved standouts in strong starts for Elitserien sides Skelleftea and league- leading HV71.

Sweden?s campaign begins against the Czech Republic in Liberec on November 7.

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At the Swedish Newspaper Expressen, Mattias Ek notes that over 6,000 came to see Carl Hagelin's SSK team yesterday and that Hagelin, a Swedish native, is the main reason why.

He? says that Hagelin, being a native of the town and someone who was brought up through the junior system, is part of the reason that he is drawing bigger crowds to SSK games.

He adds, "Carl Hagelin's speed is needed in Madison Square Garden and it is of course a crucial difference in Sweden's second highest league. Hagelin has five goals and six assists in seven games, and it goes well for SSK again."

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In his first game for his hometown team, SSK, Carl Hagelin picked up two assists.

In an interview with hockeysverige, Hagelin said that playing on a bigger ice surface will help his play, "I can clearly become more aggressive when I play. Already in the next game, I hope that that particular piece will be a little better. - The surfaces you get when the rink is bigger makes you you can get wider the zone which should suit my skating pretty good. I noticed this evening that it was possible and use just that quite well."

Highlights, with Hagelin's introduction can be found HERE.

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Tonight Carl Hagelin makes his debut for his hometown team in Sweden.

Hagelin, due to waiver restrictions, was not allowed to play in the AHL this season and he told a Swedish paper that he is happy it worked out that way.

"At first I thought it was the AHL applicable. It was nice that it was not so. You do not want to down there, because you never know if you get stuck. This is for my development too and SSK was the best option."

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According to Katie Strang, Carl Hagelin has a signed deal to play for his home town team in Sweden.

Hagelin played for Sodertalje for two years before coming to North America and playing at the University of Michigan.

FOLLOW this LINK to see a section dedicated to Hagelin playing in Sojertalje.

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Carl Hagelin told Hockeysvergie, a Swedish Hockey website, that he is staying in North America until at least 10/1 and will make a decision on where to play after that.

His former team, Sodertalje has shown interest in bringing Hagelin back.

Hagelin said that there was a chance he could have been put on waivers, to be able to play in the AHL, but the Rangers told him that will not happen.

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According to the NY Times, Carl Hagelin is considering playing for his hometown team of Sodertalje in Sweden.

Hagelin's agent told Jeff Z. Klein "That is Carl?s hometown and the team where he played junior, and there is a chance that he will play there. We?ll see what other options emerge for him, and we?ll see what happens with the labor situation. No decisions have been made, no deals discussed. Just looking at the possibilities for Carl right now.?

His old team previously indicated interest in bringing back Hagelin.

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Before enrolling at the University of Michigan, Carl Hagelin played for the Swedish team S?dert?lje on their under 18 and on their under 20 teams.

The director of S?dert?lje told Swedish Paper Expressen that they would like to see Hagelin, along with other former S?dert?lje players, return there during a lockout.

Hagelin is on a two-way contract and can end up in Hartford according to the report.

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