Jonas Höglund

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Jonas Höglund
Born (1972-08-29) August 29, 1972 (age 41)
Karlstad, SWE
Height 6 ft 4 in (193 cm)
Weight 214 lb (97 kg; 15 st 4 lb)
Position Right Wing
Shot Right
Played for NHL
Calgary Flames
Montreal Canadiens
Toronto Maple Leafs
NLA
HC Davos
HC Lugano
Swe-1
Malmö Redhawks
SEL
Färjestads BK
National team  Sweden
NHL Draft 222th overall, 1992
Calgary Flames
Playing career 1988–2010

Kent Jonas Lennart Höglund (born August 29, 1972) is a retired Swedish professional ice hockey player.

Career[edit]

Höglund was drafted by the Calgary Flames in the 1992 NHL Entry Draft in the 10th round as the 222nd pick overall. He then also played Färjestads BK and played with them until 1996 when he joined Calgary Flames. In February 1998 the Flames traded Höglund and Zarley Zalapski to the Montreal Canadiens for Valeri Bure and a draft pick.

In July 1999, Höglund joined the Toronto Maple Leafs as a free agent. He played with the Leafs for four seasons. During his tenure with the Leafs, he often played on a line with countryman Mats Sundin, along with Mikael Renberg, which were also one of the lines in Tre Kronor. While Höglund's lack of scoring touch often frustrated fans, his hard work was consistently rewarded with first line ice time by head coach Pat Quinn. In September 2003, he signed a contract with the Florida Panthers in the National Hockey League (NHL). After failing to make the Panthers' roster, he left and played the 2003–04 season with the Swiss club HC Davos. After one year with Davos, Höglund went back to Sweden and Färjestads BK.

International[edit]

He has played for the Swedish national team in the World Championship in 1997, 2003, 2004 and 2005. In 1997, 2003 and 2004 he and the Swedish national team finished in second place. All three times Canada won gold.

Career statistics[edit]

Jonas Höglund
Medal record
Men's ice hockey
World Championships
Silver 2004 Sweden
Silver 2003 Sweden
Silver 1997 Sweden
    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1988–89 Färjestads BK Elitserien 1 0 0 0 0
1989–90 Färjestads BK Elitserien 2 0 0 0 0
1990–91 Färjestads BK Elitserien 40 5 5 10 4
1991–92 Färjestads BK Elitserien 40 14 11 25 6
1992–93 Färjestads BK Elitserien 40 13 13 26 14
1993–94 Färjestads BK Elitserien 22 7 2 9 10
1994–95 Färjestads BK Elitserien 40 14 12 26 16 4 3 2 5 0
1995–96 Färjestads BK Elitserien 40 32 11 43 18 8 2 1 3 6
1996–97 Calgary Flames NHL 68 19 16 35 12
1997–98 Calgary Flames NHL 50 6 8 14 16
1997–98 Montreal Canadiens NHL 28 6 5 11 6 10 2 0 2 0
1998–99 Montreal Canadiens NHL 74 8 10 18 16
1999–00 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 82 29 27 56 10 12 2 4 6 2
2000–01 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 82 23 26 49 14 10 0 0 0 4
2001–02 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 82 13 34 47 26 20 4 6 10 2
2002–03 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 79 13 19 32 12 7 0 1 1 8
2003–04 HC Davos NLA 34 24 19 43 20 1 0 0 0 0
2004–05 Färjestads BK Elitserien 49 15 17 32 24 15 4 7 11 8
2005–06 Färjestads BK Elitserien 49 10 14 24 24 15 5 9 14 10
2006–07 Färjestads BK Elitserien 55 20 12 32 18 9 4 5 9 10
2007–08 Färjestads BK Elitserien 36 2 2 9 32
2007–08 HC Lugano NLA 10 6 2 8 4
2008–09 Södertälje SK Elitserien 7 2 2 4 2
2008–09 Malmö Redhawks Swe-1 35 24 12 36 16
2009–10 Skåre BK Swe-2 7 4 5 9 0
Elitserien totals 422 134 106 240 168 51 18 24 42 34
SwissA totals 44 30 21 51 24 1 0 0 0 0
NHL totals 545 117 145 262 112 59 8 11 19 8

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