Dennis Johnsen 
Reaches double digit assists
March 13, 2019
Svenskeren ended Sunday's win over 100T with a 1/1/10 KDA as Sejuani.
Svenskeren helped C9 take down 100 Thieves with a supportive effort on Sejuani. The jungler was involved in 11 of 13 kills, ending with the second highest kill participation on the team. His one kill was the team-low, but Svenskeren paced C9 with his 10 assists in the win.
Low involvement
March 8, 2019
Svenskeren ended Sunday's win over TSM with a 2/3/1 KDA as Kindred.
Svenskeren wasn't at his best but did enough to help C9 come from behind to pick up the win. The jungler was involved in only three of ten kills, ending with the team-low kill participation. His one assist was the team-low, while his two kills tied for the team-high in the win.
Unkillable on Sejuani
February 26, 2019
Svenskeren ended Sunday's win over CLG with a 1/0/8 KDA as Sejuani.
Svenskeren helped C9 take down CLG in a battle of veteran franchises on Sunday. The jungler was involved in nine of 13 kills, ending with the third highest kill participation on the team. He finished with only one kill, but his eight assists were the second highest total on the team.
Team-low in kill participation
February 21, 2019
Svenskeren ended Sunday's win over Optic with a 2/2/5 KDA as Nocturne.
Svenskeren lacked major impact, but did enough to help C9 take down Optic. The jungler was involved in only seven of 16 kills, ending with the team-low in kill participation. His two kills and five assists were both the second lowest totals on the team, as Sven needed help from his teammates in order to pick up the win.
Aggression pays off
January 28, 2019
Svenskeren earned a 3/1/5 KDA on Camille during his team's swift win over 100 on Sunday.
Starting things off on Camille, Svenskeren was able to quickly pick up a pair of kills for his team as well as a dragon. As he began focusing on getting advantages for his team he found huge success, continuing to find openings for his team to widen the gold gap. His persistence in forcing fights and objectives paid off, allowing his team to build an insurmountable lead. As a result he led Cloud 9 to several teamfights in which it decimated 100 Thieves. After winning back-to-back fights the team was able to close out the game in just 26 minutes.
Miserable showing in loss
January 27, 2019
Svenskeren earned a 1/7/4 KDA on Nunu during his team's 36-minute loss to TL on Saturday.
After picking up the first kill of the game, Svenskeren had an abysmal showing on Nunu. Unable to find any sort of objective control in the game, he seemed completely lost on the champion and what he should be doing with it. Without even attempting to gank, he had no pressure for his team, allowing the rest of C9 to fall behind. In teamfights his showing was just as poor, dealing meager damage and failing to lock down any key targets. As a result, TL was able to snowball ahead and claim a convincing 36-minute victory.
Gives away only one death
October 10, 2018
Svenskeren ended Wednesday's loss to RNG with a 0/1/2 KDA as Evelynn.
Svenskeren brought out a somewhat surprising pick by taking Evelynn to the jungle on Wednesday. He was involved in two of three kills, tying for the second-highest kill participation in the loss. His two assists were tied for the team high, while he gave away only one of 11 deaths in the loss.
Unable to recover in series
September 12, 2018
Svenskeren earned a series KDA of 3/11/7 during his two game defeats against Team Liquid.
After Cloud9 found itself down 0-1 in its series against Team Liquid, the team opted to bring in Svenskeren for the remainder of the series. Unfortunately, this was not the correct play as Svenskeren had an unfortunate pair of games that led to his team's demise. Picking Lee Sin in Game 2, Svenskeren simply could not find an impact early on in the game. Unable to find a single neutral objective for his team, he began playing aggressively in an attempt to bring his team into the game. The result was simply a large number of deaths, resulting in his team's 33-minute defeat. Game 3 didn't go better for Svenskeren as he opted for Trundle and did absolutely nothing for his team. Dying anytime he looked for a gank, he could not create anything positive for his team. Despite picking up the first two dragons of the game, it seemed as though his presence was more of a detriment than anything to Cloud9. As a result, Team Liquid was able to take the game and close out the series 3-0.
Comes in clutch when needed most
September 2, 2018
Svenskeren earned a combined KDA of 4/4/9 during Games 4 and 5 of C9's series win over TSM.
After his team felled into a 2-1 hole against Team SoloMid, Svenskeren was subbed in for the remainder of the series. With everything on the line, his performance was filled with pressure, making the difference between Cloud9 advancing to finals or being forced to run through the gauntlet. Picking Graves in both games, Svenskeren did just what his team needed. In Game 4, he stormed into the game, quickly finding a lead for himself and his lanes. Trading objectives back and forth, he allowed TSM to find small glimmers of hope, but he quickly shut them down. After claiming Baron, they tied the series 2-2. With the series to a final Game 5, Svenskeren once again used calculated aggression to dominate. Though he found himself trading kills over, his impact was enough to set up his lanes for success. With his impact resulting in complete control of the map, he allowed Cloud9 to secure a 24-minute victory to close out the series 3-2.
Monumental return
August 12, 2018
Svenskeren went 4/0/4 as Cloud9 took down Team Liquid on Sunday.
Many questioned Cloud9's decision to sub in Svenskeren and Goldenglue on Sunday, but the both of them immediately silenced their critics. Going with a bold Lee Sin pick, Svenskeren demonstrated his prowess on the champion, tag-teaming with Goldenglue's Syndra to find numerous early kills and take over the game. Svenskeren started out 4/0/0 before switching over to assists, claiming his team's first four kills and ending with eight out of 10 kill participations.
Falters on the frontline
July 15, 2018
0/7/8 was Svenskeren's scoreline at the end of Cloud9's loss to CLG on Sunday.
Svenskeren's Gragas had a rough go of it on Sunday, to say the very least. He couldn't manage to find a single early kill, assist, or dragon, and transitioned poorly into the late game. He was consistently caught out too far forward and killed without accomplishing much of anything, the most salient example of which came at the very end of the game with a whiffed Body Slam-Flash combo. He did land one solid Explosive Cask to get Cloud9 a pick and a Baron but quickly threw away the advantage when his death forced C9 to give up their siege.
Contributions aren't enough
July 1, 2018
Svenskeren went 4/4/7 in Cloud9's win over TSM on Saturday.
On Trundle in this series, Sveneskeren owned the majority of this game, taking control of the jungle with ease. This led to map control and a key Baron in the early portions of the game. Unfortunately, this all fell apart when he couldn't take down Grig before he stole the Baron away in the late game. With Grig and mithy sneaking into the Pit, Sven needed to either kill the Baron or kill Grig before he could take the objective. He tried to kill Grig but couldn't do so before the Baron was dead. That one play gave TSM all the momentum and they swiftly won the game.
Falls short in loss to Golden Guardians
June 24, 2018
Svenskeren managed a paltry 1/5/4 KDA in Cloud9's loss to Golden Guardians on Saturday.
Playing on Evelynn, Svenskeren had very little impact on this game. While he managed to do some scouting for Goldenglue in the mid game, he simply died far too often to actually contribute to the game in a discernable manner. Cloud9 looked able to counter the funnel strategy from Golden Guardians early on, but before long, they simply fell apart in the late game fights once Deftly grew into a late game beast.
Ultimate proves crucial
June 18, 2018
Svenskeren ended Cloud9's win over OpTic Gaming with a 1/1/5 KDA on Sunday.
Svenskeren's Nocturne was active as soon as he hit level 6, despite not securing a kill with his first Paranoia. Instead, he managed to burn both of the enemy mid laner's Summoner Spells, returning with the next ultimate to find the kill. Toward the end of the game, Svenskeren's ultimates were particularly impactful, specifically the one that initiated the pick onto Akaadian, securing the Baron for Cloud9.
Fell behind early in loss
June 17, 2018
Svenskeren posted a 1/5/6 KDA on Nocturne in Cloud9's loss to Clutch Gaming on Saturday.
Svenskeren had a rough start on Nocturne, dying early and giving up any sort of hope to win a 1-vs-1 jungler skirmish. However, he made up for some of it as his first gank in the bottom lane produced a kill and assist. It wasn't nearly enough as Cloud9 was behind in gold for nearly the entire match and started to get run over in the late game teamfights. After losing a few teamfights and giving up a Baron kill, there was little that Cloud9's AP-heavy team composition could do to stop Clutch Gaming from knocking down the Nexus.
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