A speedy forward with a combination of size and skill who also has a nose for the net.
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June 2022 – Sodergran began the 2021-22 season with the Reign before he was loaned to Eisenbaren Berlin of the DEL. There, he put up four points across seven games and added two points through five playoff games en route to helping Berlin capture back-to-back DEL championships. Sodergran has signed with MoDo Hockey of the second-tier Swedish league, HockeyAllsvenskan, indicating Sodergran is finished with the Kings organization and North America for now as he tries to rejuvenate his professional career. Sean Crocker
March 2020 – Sodergran showed a lot of raw skill and potential while playing in his native Sweden before signing a three-year entry-level deal with the Kings before the start of the 2019-2020 season. The young Swede has played exclusively with the Kings AHL affiliate and has not had the same success as he did back home only tallying seven points in 48 games thus far. He can score goals and is a great energy type player however, he struggles with finding consistency in his play. It wouldn’t be a surprise to see the 20-year-old winger put the pieces together next season and hit stride after transitioning to North America. Julian Mongillo