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Joa Elfsberg

Йоа Елфсберг
  • Position: forward
  • Player status: retired
  • Gender: female
  • Nationality: Sweden
  • Birth date: 30.07.1979 (39 years)
  • Birth place: Valbo, Sweden
  • Height: 177 cm / 5' 10"
  • Weight: 73 kg / 161 lbs
  • Shoots: right
Player national stats
Season Team League GP G A P PIM +/-
2006-07SwedenWorld Women’s Championship521362
2005-06SwedenWomen’s Olympics500060
2001-02SwedenWomen’s Olympics50006-1
2000-01SwedenWorld Women’s Championship51018-4
1999-00SwedenWorld Women’s Championship500025-3
1998-99SwedenWorld Women’s Championship50336
1997-98SwedenWomen’s Olympics501110-4
1996-97SwedenWorld Women’s Championship
1995-96SwedenEuropean Women Championship
Player club stats
Season Team League GP G A P PIM +/-
2010-11Brynäs IFRiksserien2876133414
2009-10Brynäs IFRiksserien219817698
2008-09Brynäs IFRiksserien20741132-8
2007-08Brynäs IFRiksserien14369307
2006-07Brynäs IFSM-Slutspel203303
2005-06Brynäs IFSM-Slutspel53258-2
2004-05Brynäs IFSM-Slutspel521363
2003-04Brynäs IFSM-Slutspel332565
2002-03Brynäs IFSM-Slutspel220250-1
2001-02Brynäs IFSM-Slutspel563984
1996-97Nacka HKSM-Slutspel
1995-96Brynäs IFSM-Slutspel

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