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Kenny Jönsson

Born:Oct. 6, 1974Draft:1993, Toronto Maple Leafs, #12 Overall
Hometown:Ängelholm, SWEPosition:D
Known For:Shoots/Catches:Left
National Team:SwedenCurrent Team:

Kenny Per Anders Jönsson (born October 6, 1974) is a Swedish former professional ice hockey player. He played in the NHL for the Toronto Maple Leafs and the New York Islanders.

Kenny Jönsson Statistics

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Staff History

  • Rögle BK (HockeyAllsvenskan)- Assistant Coach 2010-2012
  • Rögle BK (Elitserian)- Assistant Coach 2012-2013
  • Skåne (TV Pucken)- Assistant Coach 2014-2015
  • Skåne (TV Pucken)- Head Coach 2015-2016
  • Helsingborgs HC (HockeyEttan)- Assistant Coach 2016-2017

Achievements

  • TV-Pucken Gold Medal 1989-1990
  • Division 1 to Elitserien Promotion (Rögle) 1991-1992
  • U18 EJC Silver Medal 1991-1992
  • Elitserien Rookie of the Year 1992-1993
  • U20 WJC All-Star Team 1992-1993
  • U20 WJC Silver Medal 1992-1993
  • Olympic Gold Medal 1993-1994
  • Swedish Junior Hockey Player of the Year (Årets Junior) 1993-1994
  • U20 WJC All-Star Team 1993-1994
  • U20 WJC Best Defenseman 1993-1994
  • U20 WJC Most Assists by Defenseman (5) 1993-1994
  • U20 WJC Most Points by Defenseman (8) 1993-1994
  • U20 WJC Silver Medal 1993-1994
  • World Championship Bronze Medal 1993-1994
  • NHL All-Rookie Team 1994-1995
  • Olympic Best Defenseman 2005-2006
  • Olympic Gold Medal 2005-2006
  • Elitserien Best Player (Guldpucken) 2005-2006
  • World Championship Gold Medal 2005-2006
  • World Championship Top 3 Player on Team 2005-2006
  • HockeyAllsvenskan Most Assists by Defenseman 2007-2008
  • HockeyAllsvenskan Most Points by Defenseman 2007-2008
  • HockeyAllsvenskan to Elitserien Promotion (Rögle) 2007-2008
  • Swedish Gentleman of the Year (Rinkens Riddare) 2007-2008
  • Elitserien All-Star Team 2008-2009
  • World Championship All-Star Team 2008-2009
  • World Championship Best Plus/Minus (+13) 2008-2009
  • World Championship Bronze Medal 2008-2009
  • World Championship Top 3 Player on Team 2008-2009

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