Thomas Sjögren

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Thomas Sjögren
Born (1968-06-08) June 8, 1968 (age 49)
Gothenburg, Sweden
Height 5 ft 10 in (178 cm)
Weight 185 lb (84 kg; 13 st 3 lb)
Position Winger
Shot Right
NHL Draft 168th overall, 1987
Washington Capitals
Playing career 19832005

Thomas Peter Sjögren (born June 8, 1968) is a retired Swedish professional ice hockey player. He scored six goals and nine assists at the 1988 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. He is currently an assistant coach for Södertälje SK in Elitserien. [1]

Ice hockey team sport played on ice using sticks, skates, and a puck

Ice hockey is a contact team sport played on ice, usually in a rink, in which two teams of skaters use their sticks to shoot a vulcanized rubber puck into their opponent's net to score points. The sport is known to be fast-paced and physical, with teams usually consisting of six players each: one goaltender, and five players who skate up and down the ice trying to take the puck and score a goal against the opposing team.

1988 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships 1988 edition of the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships

The 1988 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships was the 12th edition of the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships and was held in Moscow, Soviet Union. Canada and the Soviet Union won the gold and silver medals respectively as the two nations redeemed themselves following their mutual disqualification in the 1987 tournament as a result of the Punch-up in Piestany. Finland won the bronze medal.

Södertälje SK sports club in Södertälje, Sweden

Södertälje Sportklubb, also known as Södertälje SK and often referred to as SSK, is a Swedish professional ice hockey club playing in HockeyAllsvenskan, the second highest level of pro hockey in Sweden. Södertälje were charter members of Elitserien when the league was founded in 1975 and have since played 24 seasons in the league. Södertälje SK's fan club is known as the "SSK Support".

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Career statistics

Regular season Playoffs
Season TeamLeague GP G A Pts PIM GPGAPtsPIM
1983–84 Tegs SK Div. 1 10000
1984–85 Tegs SK Div. 1 2823103314
1985–86 Tegs SK Div. 1 2915102524
1986–87 Västra Frölunda HC Div. 1 2523103310 21230
1987–88 Västra Frölunda HC Div. 1 3636276342 1066128
1988–89 Södertälje SK SEL 4023194222 51016
1989–90 Södertälje SK SEL 33781514 20110
1990–91 Baltimore Skipjacks AHL 7229245334 20110
1991–92 Västra Frölunda HC SEL 398162416 30110
1992–93 Västra Frölunda HC SEL 221181934
1992–93 Västra Frölunda HC Div. 1 1814173114 32462
1993–94 Västra Frölunda HC SEL 3521103118 41122
1994–95 Västra Frölunda HC SEL 22210126
1994–95 Västra Frölunda HC Div. 1 75496 55496
1995–96 JYP SM-liiga 4822254732
1996–97 JYP SM-liiga 4031205124 41120
1997–98 Eisbären Berlin DEL 562321448
1998–99 Luleå HF SEL 4828124018 95386
1999–00 Berlin Capitals DEL 5020315120 73142
2000–01 Berlin Capitals DEL 5416284445 40000
2001–02 AIK SEL 479192836
2001–02 AIK SA 83478
2002–03 Malmö Redhawks SEL 133472
2002–03 Milano Vipers Serie A 158162412 84260
2003–04 Jokerit SM-liiga 201236
2003–04 Milano Vipers Serie A 21613194
2004–05 Borås HC Div. 1 145101522 80444

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References

  1. Jansson, Hans (2008-12-10). "Brithén byter bås". Dagens Nyheter (in Swedish). Retrieved 2008-12-11.