There’s a good reason why Falun signed Martin Tokos for the coming season. If you ever get the chance to chase away shorthanded, try to score how ho did agains Växjö. Up where “granny keeps the cookies”.
Penalties can get tough when you want to change directions without pulling the ball backwards. Joakim Karlsson didn’t have this problem in 2008. He just lobbed the ball and let the magic happen.
Of course you can shoot. Of course you can deke. But if you are floorball god Ketil Kronberg you can do better stuff. The Norwegian star player of IBK Dalen twists it in.
Yes, we know, there were so many fantastic final matches. But leading 4:0, then falling 4:6 behind, equalizing and finally dethroning the undefeated World Champion in overtime? Come on.
In the late 70’s floorball made it into Switzerland’s popular TV show Sport Panorama. Now we don’t know what to love most. The pants, the stick or the goal celebration.
Last May alleged floorball dwarf Canada hosted the U19 Women’s WFC. And the guys did a fantastic job. The opening game between the home team and Japan filled the Yardmen Arena in Belleville, Ontario, with 3.151 fans. And there was more to come.
Fair enough. Fredrik Malmgren from Åkersberga made one of the tastiest penalty shots of the past season. Cover by backward movement, cool the keeper down and then just send him out of the hall.