Nov 24, 2012, 2:30 PM EDT
Tobias Enstrom is going back to Sweden.
In just five games with Red Bull, Enstrom has but one goal and no assists. His departure from Salzburg is curious as that team has a few locked out players on their roster. Boston’s Johnny Boychuk and New Jersey’s David Clarkson are there and Columbus’ Derick Brassard recently signed there.
In Orebro, he’ll be playing with his brother, Thomas, as well as Maple Leafs defenseman Carl Gunnarsson. You can go home again after all, especially when you’re locked out of playing in the NHL.
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