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Kent-Erik Andersson

Born:May 24, 1951Draft:Undrafted
Hometown:Örebro, SwedenPosition:Right Wing
Known For:World Championship Silver MedalShoots/Catches:Right
National Team:SwedenCurrent Status:Retired

Kent-Erik Andersson (born 24 May 1951) is a former Swedish professional ice hockey right winger who played for the Minnesota North Stars and New York Rangers for seven seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL).

In his native Sweden, he played for Färjestads BK, and in his last game, he won the Swedish Championship in 1986. After that season, he was forced to retire due to an eye injury. He also played for the Swedish National team, and in 1977 he got a silver medal at the World Championship.

Kent-Erik Andersson Statistics

Achievements

  • Elitserien Best Player – Guldpucken (1977)
  • Elitserien SM Silver Medal (1977)
  • World Championship Silver Medal (1977)
  • Elitserien Champion (1986)

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