She is joined by two college players.
The Euro Hockey Tour final game will be decided in Tranås and Eksjö in two weeks and is an important upload for Sweden ahead of the B-World Championships in France in April. The Swedish squad contains many well-known names, but also a few concealers.
20-year-old forward Felizia Wikner-Zienkiewicz has scored 13 points in 30 matches for the top HV71 series leader this season. Now she gets the chance in the A-national team for the first time. It also gets sack Paula Bergström, 20, who was raised in Modo but who played college hockey for Long Island University last season, where she scored 15 points in 21 games this winter.Grahm has 26 points on 28 SDHL matches
From the same series, NCAA, is also picked up by University of Minnesota-Duluth goalkeeper Emma Söderberg, also she from Modo originally, who complements Luleå's Sara Grahn between the posts.
A more familiar name is Erika Grahm. The 28-year-old has played over 200 A-national matches but poked herself from the Ladies crown last fall when she did not think she kept the pace. Now, with 26 points on 28 SDHL matches this season, she has difficulty with such arguments and is given in the squad.
Sweden starts the tournament against Russia on February 5 and plays its second group game match against the Czech Republic the following day. The two group winners - Finland, Switzerland and Germany play in the second group - meet in the final, the two play match for third place and the group trials decide to avoid the last place in the tournament.