From CSS: A skilled forward with excellent speed… has quick feet and can beat defenders one-on-one… handles the puck well in traffic and passes the puck well forehand and backhand… sees the ice well and is effective on the power-play… battles hard along the boards… competed for Team Sweden at the 2007 World Junior Championships.
A less pedestrian assessment from Hockeybuzz.com:
Meanwhile, pint-sized Linus Omark (listed generously at 5-foot-9 but seemingly closer to about 5-foot-7) put on a dazzling display of stickhandling and creativity at the WJC. There were several games where the right winger looked more dangerous than team captain Nicklas Bäckström and fearlessly skated into the high traffic areas. The drawback with Omark, obviously, is his size. Even in Elitserien, he sometimes gets manhandled but never gives up on the play. While his Elitserien stats seem pedestrian (eight goals, 17 points in 50 games), he accomplished these numbers in limited ice time. He had one goal in four playoff tilts, as LHF got swept in the first round of the Swedish playoffs.And here's something that should make Jes Golbez happy — for the 127th pick, the Oilers have picked up Slovakian Milan Kytnar. Clearly, the Oilers are targeting players that had breakout WJC performances, either because they're good players to begin with or, more disturbingly, Oilers' staff are so lazy they did all of their scouting watching the WJC on TV. (Bonus: Kytnar wants to play Junior in North America, and apparently speaks English).
Central Scouting Report: A hard working two-way center… has good hands and a quick stick on face-offs… has good on-ice awareness and a good shot... able to play very physical… needs to improve his first step quickness… captained Team Slovakia at the 2007 Under-18 World Championships and was second in scoring with seven points (2-5-7)… also played 53 games with Piestany in the Slovakia Under-18 league, totaling 91 points (37-54-91) in 2006-07.