Ice hockey player
| June 14, 1959 (age 56)
Rosersberg, SWE (1959-06-14) |
Djurgardens IF Hockey, Huddinge IK
Karl Håkan Södergren (born June 14, 1959 in Rosersberg, Sweden) is a retired professional ice hockey player, often a recurring color commentator in Viasat's ice hockey broadcast productions.
Håkan Södergren Wikipedia
Södergren played for Djurgårdens IF Hockey in the Swedish elite league Elitserien during his entire professional career, winning the Swedish Championship four times. He finished his active playing career with Huddinge IK in the second tier in the Swedish league structure.
Internationally he played in 162 games with the Swedish national team, winning gold at the 1987 World Ice Hockey Championships and bronze at the 1984 and 1988 Winter Olympics. He was awarded the Stora Grabbars Märke (no. 125) and the Guldpucken (Elitserien Player of the Year) in 1987.
For the 1989 World Ice Hockey Championships Södergren recorded and sang solo in the Swedish national team's fight song "Nu tar vi dom" (Swedish for "let's get them"). He is residing in Oslo, Norway, with his two sons.Elitserien Silver Medal in 1979 and 1985.
Swedish Champion with Djurgårdens IF Hockey in 1983, 1989, 1990 and 1991.
Awarded the Guldpucken (Elitserien Player of the Year) in 1987.
Bronze medal at the Winter Olympics in 1984 and 1988.
Silver medal at the Ice Hockey World Championships in 1986.
Gold medal at the Ice Hockey World Championships in 1987.
Elitserien record for penalty minutes in season 1983–84 (74)
Södergren has played for Sweden in the following competitions:1979 World Junior Championships
1983 World Championships
1984 Winter Olympics (bronze medal)
1985 World Championships
1986 World Championships (silver medal)
1987 World Championships (gold medal)
1987 Canada Cup
1988 Winter Olympics (bronze medal)
1989 World Championships