Swedish hockey news site hockey.expressen.se is reporting Stefan Ridderwall might be going from Djurgarden to Timra. Ridderwall's contract is up at the end of the year, and he has had a bounce back performance after a mediocre season last year.
I don't know how Ridderwall fits into the Islanders plans anymore, he seems to be the forgotten goalie prospect. He's still only 22 (Just turned 22 today). He's definitely resurrected his career this season, and at this point in his career he's probably a step up over Lawson and Munroe in Bridgeport for next year. But at the same time he's gone way down the Islanders pecking order in goal behind Koskinen, Nilsson and Poulin. Thoughts anyone?