Eh, I wouldn't give up on either of Tedenby or Josefson yet. Tedenby has shown he is not fit for the NHL right now, but he could very well be a late bloomer after some serious coaching in the AHL. It's too hard to tell at the moment.
I agree that Josefson's numbers have looked pretty disappointing this year, but I have been more impressed with his play with each passing game. It's also pretty hard to argue that he should be putting up more points when you look at the opportunities he has been given. He's received very limited minutes, and a lot of PK time. I don't know if he's ever been out there on the PP, but his even strength minutes are almost always accompanied by Barch, which speaks for itself.
Aside from getting a bit bigger and stronger, I think his shot is the only part of his game that REALLY needs improvement. To call him a bust is ridiculous. He is simply a role player now. His job isn't to score a lot of points as of lately. I do believe he would be better suited for a third line role, but that isn't going to happen until CBGB gets broken up. It makes me wonder whether a full AHL season would have been good for him, so that he has an opportunity to spend time on improving the aspects of his game that need work: scoring. But regardless, it seems that there will have to be some mixing up of the bottom 6 so that Loktionov gets a fair shot, too.