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Notable NHL players in Elitserien 96


Don Johnson

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AIK

  • Dick Tarnstrom (NY Islanders, Pittsburgh, Edmonton, Columbus)
  • Niclas Havelid (Anaheim, Atlanta, New Jersey)

Brynas

  • Fredrik Modin (Toronto, Tampa Bay, Columbus, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Calgary)
  • Andreas Dackell (Ottawa, Montreal)
  • Brian Rafalski (New Jersey, Detroit)

Djurgardens

  • Espen Knutsen (Anaheim, Columbus)

Farjestad

  • Jonas Hoglund (Calgary, Montreal, Toronto)
  • Hakan Loob (Calgary)
  • Magnus Arvedsson (Ottawa, Vancouver)

Frolunda

  • Christian Ruuttu (Buffalo, Chicago, Vancouver)
  • PJ Axelsson (Boston)
  • Par Djoos (Detroit, NY Rangers)

HV71

  • None

 

Leksand

  • Johan Hedberg (Pittsburgh, Vancouver, Dallas, Atlanta, New Jersey)
  • Per-Erik "Pelle" Eklund (Philadelphia)
  • Tomas Jonsson (NY Islanders, Edmonton)

Lulea

  • Jarmo Myllys (Minnesota, San Jose)
  • Thomas Holmstrom (Detroit)
  • Mattias Ohlund (Vancouver, Tampa Bay)

Malmo

  • Andreas Lilja (Los Angeles, Florida, Detroit, Anaheim, Philadelphia)

MoDo

  • Per Svartvadet (Atlanta)
  • Mattias Timander (Boston, Columbus, NY Islanders, Philadelphia)
  • Frantisek Kaberle (Los Angeles, Atlanta, Carolina)
  • Samuel Pahlsson (Boston, Anaheim, Chicago, Columbus, Vancouver)

Rogle

  • None

Vasteras

  • None

 

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On 6/2/2024 at 11:12 AM, Don Johnson said:

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Clearly you didn't mean to forget about the last active player to have been featured in the game in one Magnus Eliasson. Who after one season with Huskvarna/Vätterstads IF, who coincidentally was the previous season's champion, went on to a meandering career which ultimately took him to his final team in Lidingö where he hung them up after the 1999/2000 season.

Only to take them back off the hook in 2011/12 to play in five games for a newer Lidingö team, in the Swedish 4th Division, netting two and adding a helper and six PIMs before retiring again.

Only to unretire again just this past season of 2023/24 at the age of 55 to again lace them up for five games as his Lidingö Islanders were by now, relegated to Div 5, this time getting on a score sheet with one minor penalty.

Who knows if his skates will again be called upon next season, or left hanging in the garage for another extended rest, but... just a though, if ol' Magnus doesn't mind dusting them off now and then, and he and Lidingö can work together on this, in just six years, he could lace them up one more time and get into the history books alongside none other than Mr. Gordie Howe as the only players to have played professional hockey in six different decades.

Assuming Jagr doesn't do it too.

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