VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) -  The agent for Canucks prospect Nicklas Jensen tells News1130 Sports that his client needs to play pro hockey next season if he doesn’t make the Canucks at training camp.

Anton Thun says he has informed the Canucks and the 19-year-old’s junior team, the Oshawa Generals of the OHL.

Thun tells us Jensen, the 29th overall pick in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft from Herning, Denmark will play in Sweden next year if he doesn’t stick at training camp, and that three to four teams in Sweden are interested in his services.

Jensen recorded 25 goals and 33 assists for 58 points in 57 games with Oshawa and led the Generals in scoring in the post-season with one goal and four assists in six playoff games.

After Oshawa lost in the first round, the Canucks assigned Jensen to the Chicago Wolves of the American Hockey League where he had four goals in six regular season games, and two goals in two Calder Cup playoff games.