Sweden men's national inline hockey team

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Sweden men's national inline hockey team
Medal record
Men's Inline Hockey
World Championships
Gold 2002 - Nürnberg Top Division
Silver 2003 - Nürnberg Top Division
Bronze 2004 - Bad Tolz Top Division
Gold 2005 - Kuopio Top Division
Silver 2006 - Budapest Top Division
Gold 2007 - Landshut Top Division
Gold 2008 - Bratislava Top Division
Gold 2009 - Ingolstadt Top Division
Bronze 2010 - Karlstad Top Division

The Swedish men's national inline hockey team is one of the most successful inline hockey teams in the world. With notable alumni like Henrik Lundqvist the Swedes have won five gold medals as members of the Top Division at the IIHF Inline Hockey World Championships.


2008 World Championship roster[edit]

Goaltenders
# Player Catches Height Weight D.O.B. Birthplace Club
1 Sweden Dennis Karlsson L 1.77 m 78 kg Jun. 11, 1987 Sweden Sweden Ulricehamns IF (D1)
35 Sweden Kristoffer Martin L 1.76 m 83 kg Feb. 17, 1979 Sweden Sweden Göteborgs IK
Defensemen
# Player Shoots Height Weight D.O.B. Birthplace Club
2 Sweden Johan Lilja L 1.87 m 93 kg May 26, 1980 Köping, Sweden Sweden Skå IK (D1)
7 Sweden Daniel BrolinC L 1.81 m 88 kg Jul. 23, 1981 Sweden Sweden Bäcken HC (D3)
18 Sweden Simon Olsson L 1.70 m 69 kg Apr. 23, 1989 Göteborg, Sweden United States Chicago Steel (USHL)
21 Sweden Anders Torgersson L 1.87 m 87 kg Feb. 11, 1984 Sweden France Chamonix HC (FLM)
23 Sweden Ludvig Rantanen R 1.85 m 85 kg Mar. 23, 1988 Sweden Sweden Frölunda HC (J20)
29 Sweden Andreas Svensson L 1.85 m 85 kg Apr. 13, 1980 Karlskrona, Sweden Sweden Olofströms IK (D1)
72 Sweden Martin Thelander L 1.83 m 80 kg May 15, 1981 Karlstad, Sweden Norway Storhamar Dragons (NPL)
Forwards
# Player Shoots Height Weight D.O.B. Birthplace Club
4 Sweden Dave Lindarv L 1.85 m 85 kg Jan. 5, 1988 Sweden Sweden Huddinge IK (SHA)
9 Sweden Fredrik Eriksson L 1.83 m 87 kg Jul. 17, 1983 Örebro, Sweden Sweden Malmö IF Redhawks (SHA)
12 Sweden Carl Berglund L 1.75 m 75 kg Oct. 9, 1989 Sweden Sweden Karlskoga HC (D2)
14 Sweden Dick Axelsson L 1.90 m 84 kg Apr. 25, 1987 Sweden Sweden Djurgårdens IF (SEL)
17 Sweden Jonas Karlsson L 1.80 m 80 kg Feb. 14, 1986 Sweden
20 Sweden Kristian Luukkonen L 1.79 m 81 kg Nov. 3, 1984 Sweden Sweden Kungälvs IK (D1)
24 Sweden Daniel Wessner L 1.84 m 84 kg Jan. 22, 1982 Filipstad, Sweden Norway Sparta Sarpsborg (NPL)
26 Sweden Jonas Olsson L 1.84 m 82 kg Jul. 2, 1985 Sweden
28 Sweden Linus Klasen L 1.75 m 72 kg Feb. 19, 1986 Stockholm, Sweden Sweden Södertälje SK (SEL)

References[edit]

http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/134/IHM1340SWE_33_2_0.pdf