Tim Eriksson

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Tim Eriksson
Tim Eriksson 2012-03-31 01.jpg
Born (1982-02-05) February 5, 1982 (age 41)
Södertälje, Sweden
Height 5 ft 9 in (175 cm)
Weight 165 lb (75 kg; 11 st 11 lb)
Position Left wing
Shot Left
Elitserien team
Former teams
Djurgårdens IF Hockey
Linköpings HC
NHL Draft 206th overall, 2000
Los Angeles Kings
Playing career 20002014

Tim Eriksson (born February 5, 1982) is a professional Swedish ice hockey player. He has played a long time for Linköpings HC, but after the 07/08 season he went to Djurgårdens IF.


Career statistics

Regular season and playoffs

Regular season Playoffs
Season TeamLeagueGP G A Pts PIM GPGAPtsPIM
1998–99 Västra Frölunda HC J20 2978156
1999–2000Västra Frölunda HCJ20361625418261674
2000–01 Hammarby IF J2012130
2000–01 Hammarby IF Allsv 381021311890442
2001–02 Hammarby IFAllsv441030403420110
2002–03 Linköpings HC SEL 4928108
2003–04 Linköpings HCSEL501016263950004
2004–05 Linköpings HCSEL4738111460000
2005–06 Linköpings HCSEL4714132720111348
2006–07 Linköpings HCSEL5410162632132574
2007–08 Linköpings HCSEL5457126164260
2008–09 Djurgårdens IF SEL544151922
2009–10 Djurgårdens IFSEL5571017221605510
2010–11 Djurgårdens IFSEL52510151671010
2011–12 Djurgårdens IFSEL534111510
2012–13 Djurgårdens IFAllsv52414181260440
2013–14 Haninge Anchors HC SWE.4 26133750128211136
SEL totals51564114178189748152326


1999 Sweden WJC18 73472
2000 SwedenWJC18624616
2001 Sweden WJC 70332
2002 SwedenWJC70226
Junior totals275131826

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