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Mathias Johansson (ice hockey)

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Position  Centre
Name  Mathias Johansson
Career start  1990
Playing career  1990–2010
Weight  91 kg

Italy team  SV Renon (it)
Height  1.87 m
Shot  Left
Role  Ice hockey player
Current team  Leksands IF
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Born  February 22, 1974 (age 41) Oskarshamn, SWE (1974-02-22)
NHL Draft  54th overall, 1992 Calgary Flames
Similar People  Swedish National Men's Ice, Linda Pritchard, Titti Sjoblom, Bob Hansson, Maria Johansson

Mathias Evert Johansson (born February 22, 1974 in Oskarshamn, Sweden) is a former Swedish ice hockey forward.


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Johansson represented Sweden in the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, United States. He has also represented Sweden in the Ice Hockey World Championship three times (2001, 2002 and 2003). He has played one season (2002/03) in the NHL, during which he played 46 games with the Calgary Flames and 12 games the Pittsburgh Penguins. During the rest of his career he has played with the Swedish team Färjestads BK but in April 2008 he was forced to leave the club, after a bad season, Färjestad did not offered him a new contract. In May 2008 he signed a three-year contract with Allsvenskan side Malmö Redhawks.

International play

Played for Sweden in:

  • 1991 European Junior Championships (4th place)
  • 1992 European Junior Championships (silver medal)
  • 1994 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships (silver medal)
  • 2001 Ice Hockey World Championships (bronze medal)
  • 2002 Winter Olympics (5th place)
  • 2002 Ice Hockey World Championships (bronze medal)
  • 2003 Ice Hockey World Championships (silver medal)
  • 2006 Ice Hockey World Championships (gold medal)
  • Awards and titles

  • 1997, 1998, 2002 and 2006: winner of the Elitserien with Färjestads BK
  • 2010: winner of the Italian Cup of ice hockey with Renon
  • References

    Mathias Johansson (ice hockey) Wikipedia

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