Klingberg on his way to AHL Chicago

Now that his Swedish Elite League season is over, Thrashers prospect Carl Klingberg will join AHL Chicago for the remainder of the season. The second-round pick of the Thrashers in 2009 split time this season between Frolunda and Timra. The forward felt he was not getting enough playing time with Frolunda so he asked for, and was granted, a loan to Timra.

He should joining the Wolves in the next week.

* The Wolves  loaned Thrashers forward prospect Andrew Kozek to AHL Hersey Monday. In return, the Capitals loaned defenseman Josh Godfrey to Chicago.

* Not much to report from Thrashers practice Monday. All healthy players were on the ice.

A slight tweak in the line combinations again with Anthony Stewart rejoining Evander Kane and Nik Antropov on the second line.





* Thrashers practice at 10 a.m. Tuesday before departing for Wednesday’s game in Carolina.

8 comments Add your comment


March 7th, 2011
4:12 pm


March 7th, 2011
4:13 pm

Bring the kid to NHL!!! let’s the kid get some big league experience……..


March 7th, 2011
5:01 pm

Finally Burmy has “someone with skill” to actually play along side him !!!

Thomas magnum

March 7th, 2011
5:15 pm

Hell yes! Can’t wait to see how Carl does in Chicago! I just hope they actually use him.


March 7th, 2011
5:33 pm

Beat the Canes.

Blow this "team" up

March 7th, 2011
5:33 pm

How and why does one “loan” someone?


March 7th, 2011
6:48 pm

Blow this “team” up, a loan is said to occur when a team controls a player’s rights, but permits him to play elsewhere. Chicago has “loaned” Cristobal Huet to a European league this season, for example. Huet is still property of the Chicago Blackhawks. Chicago has the ability to trade the player, since they own his contract. They have the right to “loan” him out, again, next season, if they wish. They have the right to buy him out, also.

Alan R.

March 7th, 2011
7:44 pm

Another loan took place today, and I didn’t see anything on it anywhere until I went looking for it.


The Thrashers have loaned Akim Aliu’s services to the Peoria Rivermen,

This will be something to keep an eye on. The Rivermen play the Wolves twice this week, and I can’t imagine the Rivermen wouldn’t cut him loose against his former team.