Åke Andersson (ice hockey)

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Åke Andersson
Medal record
Men's ice hockey
Competitor for  Sweden
World Championships
Gold medal – first place Zürich/Basel 1953 Team
Silver medal – second place Prague 1947 Team
Silver medal – second place Paris 1951 Team
Bronze medal – third place Stockholm 1954 Team
Olympic Games
Bronze medal – third place 1952 Oslo Team

Åke Gustav "Plutten" Andersson (June 8, 1918 in Stockholm, Sweden – May 11, 1982 in Stockholm, Sweden) was a Swedish ice hockey player, bandy player, footballer and football manager. He represented his country at the 1948 Winter Olympics in Saint-Moritz and at the 1952 Winter Olympics in Oslo, finishing fourth in 1948 and winning the bronze medal in the 1952 competition. He played his club hockey for Hammarby IF.[1]

Andersson managed Hammarby Fotboll in 1951.[2]

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