Statistics Sweden 2004-2005

League: World Championship

 
 
Year: Stage: Position:
 
# Player name Pos GP G A P PIM +/-
1.Daniel SedinLW954924
2.Daniel AlfredssonF936966
3.Jonathan HedströmLW9347100
4.Samuel PåhlssonC9257283
5.Mattias NorströmD907724
6.Niklas KronwallLD9336107
7.Henrik SedinC924623
8.Henrik ZetterbergLW924641
9.Jonas HöglundRW924645
10.Jörgen JönssonC923524
11.Mikael SamuelssonRW914545
12.Magnus JohanssonLD914525
13.Peter NordströmLW814523
14.Ronnie SundinLD922461
15.Kenny JönssonD622403
16.Thomas RhodinRD81234-3
17.Magnus KahnbergF72024-3
18.Christian BäckmanRD911260
19.Per-Johan AxelssonF710124
20.Johan FranzénC51010-3
21.Mattias WeinhandlRW80110-5
22.Sanny LindströmD30000-2
Recent transfersShow all transfers»
  1. 21 Apr 2024 |  August Sandell  (F)
     
    Enköpings SKarrowSurahammars IF
  2. 21 Apr 2024 |  Filip Runbjer  (F)
     
    Huddinge IKarrowKalix HF
  3. 21 Apr 2024 |  Lukas Aaw  (D)
     
    Vallentuna BKarrowSollentuna HC
  4. 21 Apr 2024 |  Stefan Klassek  (F)
     
    KAC KlagenfurtarrowHC TWK Innsbruck
  5. 21 Apr 2024 |  Helmer Styf  (F)
     
    MODO HockeyarrowVästervik IK
  6. 21 Apr 2024 |  Victor Kembel  (D)
     
    Alvesta SKarrowBäcken HC
  7. 21 Apr 2024 |  Valther Vannar  (D)
     
    Almtuna ISarrowWings HC Arlanda

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