Carl Soderberg

#34 C / Colorado Avalanche / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 216 lb Age: 30 College: None

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    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

      Avalanche's Carl Soderberg: Scores and assists in win

      Soderberg netted a power-play goal and an assist in Monday's win over the Jets. Soderberg has been skating on the power play all season, but the tally was just his first of the year with the man advantage. With 12 points through 21 games, the 30-year-old is on pace to post his third consecutive 40-point campaign, though he's struggled to find the back of the net as much as in the past two seasons.

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      Avalanche's Carl Soderberg: Helps out in win over Flyers

      Soderberg notched two assists -- one on the power play -- in Tuesday's 4-0 victory over Philadelphia. After he missed the scoresheet for three straight games, this effort is a welcome sight for Soderberg owners, who haven't seen his hoped-for Colorado breakout materialize yet. He's still skating big minutes, including plenty of power-play time, so Soderberg's going to get every chance to get his season on track.

    • Avs' Soderberg Could Center Second Line

      News: Carl Soderberg is expected to center Gabriel Landeskog and Nathan MacKinnon on the Avs' second line during the upcoming season, reports.
      Analysis: Carl Soderberg was the Avs' most high-profile acquisition of the offseason, with the team acquiring the soon-to-be unrestricted free agent on June 25 and signing him to a lucrative five-year extension before he could reach the open market. The amount of money committed to Soderberg along with the departure of Ryan O'Reilly should open up a fruitful role for the Swedish pivot, as he's have the luxury of skating next to two of the league's last four Calder Trophy winners. If that line arrangement indeed materializes, Soderberg -- who averaged 46 points during his two seasons with the Bruins -- could make a run at 60 points.
    • Avs Sign Soderberg To Five-Year Deal

      News: The Avalanche signed Carl Soderberg to a five-year, $23.75 million contract Friday, reports.
      Analysis: The move comes one day after the Avs acquired Carl Soderberg -- who was set to become an unrestricted free agent -- in a trade that sent a sixth-round draft pick to the Bruins. Soderberg, who turns 30 in October, recorded 13 goals and 44 points in 82 games for Boston this season, but with the Bruins dealing with salary-cap issues, the team wasn't in the market to re-sign him. The 6-foot-3 pivot brings good offensive instincts to the table and will boost the Avs' depth down the middle, with the addition of Soderberg possibility hinting that fellow center Ryan O'Reilly may be on the move.
    • Colorado Acquires Soderberg

      News: Colorado acquired Carl Soderberg from the Bruins in exchange for a sixth-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft on Thursday.
      Analysis: The Bruins had already made it quite clear that, due to their tough salary cap situation, Carl Soderberg was unlikely to return to the team next season. Soderberg is set to become an unrestricted free agent on July 1, so the Avs' essentially traded a sixth-round pick for the chance to be the first team to enter contract negotiations with the 29-year-old center. Soderberg is likely in for a nice payday, as he's been a key contributor for the Bruins in a bottom-six role over the past two seasons. Ryan Spooner will likely fill the vacancy at center in the Bruins' lineup in 2015-16, while Soderberg's acquisition by the Avalanche likely foreshadows a trade of Ryan O'Reilly.
    • Soderberg Not Likely To Remain With Bruins

      News: GM Don Sweeney confirmed that Carl Soderberg is not likely to be back with the Bruins next season, reports. "In a perfect world, we would be able to retain Carl," Sweeney noted. "It's highly unlikely at this point in time that that will be happening, relative to our overall situation."
      Analysis: With the Bruins facing a tough situation in regard to their salary cap, it looks like Ryan Spooner has a good chance to emerge as the team's third-line center in Carl Soderberg's place, while Joonas Kemppainen (who played in Finland last season) was also brought in by the team to add depth up front in anticipation of the departure of Soderberg.
    • Bruins Won't Re-Sign Soderberg

      News: The Bruins do not plan to make a contract offer to Carl Soderberg, whose deal with the team is set to expire next month, the Boston Globe reports.
      Analysis: The 29-year-old, who recorded 13 goals and 44 points in 82 games last season, figures to be in for a nice payday as one of the better centers on the free agent market. Given the Bruins' salary cap issues, the team is set to move on and Carl Soderberg's expected departure paves the way for Ryan Spooner to work as the team's third line center this coming season.
    • Soderberg Expresses Desire To Stay With Bruns

      News: Carl Soderberg, who is on track to become an unrestricted free agent, said he would like to remain with the Bruins.
      Analysis: With regard to his anticipated contract negotiations with the Bruins, Carl Soderberg said, "Hopefully we can find a solution together." Soderberg is coming off a 2014-15 season in which he notched 13 goals and 44 points while playing in all 82 of the Bruins' games. Despite Soderberg's stated desire to stay with the team, given the Bruins' current salary-cap situation, it's unclear, whether the two sides will be able find a common financial ground this offseason.
    • Soderberg Keys Bruins' Comeback Win

      News: Carl Soderberg started Thursday's comeback against Detroit with a power-play goal, then added an assist on the game-tying goal in what turned out to be a 3-2 victory.
      Analysis: That's a four-game point streak now for Carl Soderberg, who's rolled up two goals and four assists over that stretch. His power-play production is well down from last year's 16 points (he's got eight on the man advantage this year) despite nearly identical average ice time, but Soderberg's taken on a bigger role in general this season. If he can continue his current offensive flurry, he's got a chance to match or surpass last year's totals of 16 goals and 32 assists -- he's just one helper shy, but three goals short.
    • Bruins' Soderberg Sets Up Game-Winner

      News: Carl Soderberg set up David Pastrnak's winning goal in Sunday's 2-1 overtime win over the Hurricanes.
      Analysis: Carl Soderberg, who dished the puck off to Pastrnak who converted a one-timer at the 4:23 mark of overtime Sunday, now has three points in his last two games, upping his overall scoring line to 12/29/41 in 76 games for the B's this season.
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