They've refreshed those stats since I last looked at it.
Anyhow if you adjust that for population size:
92,185 / 9,971,638 = 0.93%
97,941 / 10,099,265 = 0.97%
In 2018 deaths that would be 92,185 vs 96,724 or 4539 excess deaths
If we generously assume that all those excess deaths are covid deaths and not caused by lack of medical treatment for other conditions that would imply about ~60% of the official swedish covid death count (~10,000) is deaths that would have happened anyway. That's the worst case the number is likely much higher.