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Six Questions with Oscar Moller

by Melody Huskey / Los Angeles Kings
Oscar Moller captained the Swedish team to a second straight silver medal at the 2009 World Junior Championships. caught up with Kings forward Oscar Moller to ask six questions about what he does during the off-season.

After making the transition from junior hockey to the NHL at the beginning of the 2008-09 season, Moller scored 15 points (7-8=15) in 40 games with the Kings. Moller scored his first NHL goal against Colorado on Oct. 20, 2008, in just his fifth NHL game. Injured while representing Sweden as their team captain at the 2009 World Junior Championships in December, Moller missed 12 games with a broken clavicle, returning to the Kings lineup on Feb. 12, 2009.
What was the first thing you did after the season ended?
Moller: I slept in when I got home. Where are you living during the summer?
Moller: I have been living at home in Sweden all summer. How do you keep in shape during the offseason?  Describe a typical workout.
Moller: I do one workout in the morning, and one workout in the afternoon. I also do some stickhandling and shooting. What is your favorite summer activity?
Moller: Meeting and catching up with my friends from back home. What was your favorite moment of the 2008-09 season?
Moller: Scoring my first NHL goal! ( Highlight | Kings 2008-09 Schedule and Results). What are you most looking forward to for next season?
Moller: Getting back with all the guys on the ice.....and making the playoffs. 

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