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Henrik Zetterberg

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1980 (39 years old)

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Njurunda, Sweden

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5 ft 11 in

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13 st 12 lb

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Henrik Zetterbergborn 9 October 1980 is a Swedish former professional ice hockey forward under contract with the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League (NHL).

Along with winning the Stanley Cup in 2008, Zetterberg won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the Most Valuable Player of the 2008 Stanley Cup playoffs. He won gold medals in the 2006 Ice Hockey World Championships and 2006 Winter Olympics, as part of the first team to ever win both tournaments in the same year, also making him a member of the Triple Gold Club.
On September 14, 2018, Red Wings general manager Ken Holland announced that due to a degenerative back condition, Zetterberg would be unable to continue on with his NHL career. However, due to Zetterberg having 3 years left on his contract at the time of the announcement, he is not fully retired.


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