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Mattias Ohlund
Mattias Ohlund
Defenseman  - TBL
((OH-luhnd, mat-TEE-uhs))
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 233
Shoots: Left
Born: Sep 9, 1976  (Age 38)
Birthplace: Pitea, Sweden
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Drafted: VAN / 1994 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (13th overall)
2013-14 SEASON: Did not play due to knee surgery.

CAREER
2012-13 SEASON: Did not play due to knee surgery…2011-12: Did not play due to knee surgery…2010-11: Was 2nd on the team with 135 hits and 136 blocked shots...Finished 3rd on the team with 70 penalty minutes...Recorded his 250th career assist on 1/9 at NJD...Played in his 900th career game 3/22 vs. NYI…Of his 5 assists on the season, 3 of them came during a 6-game span from 12/4 to 12/18…Recorded a season-high plus-3 rating on 2 occasions…2011 Playoffs: Appeared in his 1st postseason since the 2009 Stanley Cup Playoffs with VAN...Had 1g-1a-2p in the ECQF...Had 0g-0a-0p in the ECSF...Registered 0g-1a-1p in the ECF…Was 3rd among all playoff skaters with 49 blocked shots and finished 3rd on the team with 39 hits...Concluded the playoffs 4th on the Lightning with a plus-5 rating...2009-10: Served as alternate captain…Ranked 9th on the team in assists and was tied for 10th in points with 13…Led the team in ice time with 22:49 and ranked 1st on the Bolts with 29.6 shifts per game…Tied for 1st on the team with 116 blocked shots and was tied for 3rd on Tampa Bay with 112 hits…Recorded 2 season-high 2-game point streaks from 10/8 to 10/10 (0-3-3) and from 3/2 to 3/4 (0-2-2)…Registered 2 multi-point games on 10/10 (0-2-2) and on 1/2 (0-2-2)…Missed 15 games due to injury…2008-09: Played in 82 games for Vancouver, recording 6 goals and 25 points with a plus-14 rating…Marked the 2nd time in his career he played in all 82 games…Was 2nd among VAN defensemen in plus-minus rating, tied for 3rd in points with 25 and was 3rd in goals and average time on ice with 21:34…Led VAN in shifts per game with 27.2 and blocked shots with 152, while ranking 4th in hits with 109…Tied his career high with 2 goals and also had a plus-1 rating on 4/7 vs. CGY…Registered a season high 3-game point streak from 2/7 to 2/12/09, recording a goal and 3 points…Logged a season high 27:27 in ice time with a plus-1 rating on 1/4 vs. DAL …Tied his career highs for assists and points in a game with 3, including a season high plus-4 rating on 11/19 at NYR... 2009 Playoffs: Played in 10 playoff games with the Canucks, recording a goal and 3 points with a plus-5 rating…Led the team in plus/minus and ranked 3rd in average ice time with 23:53…2007-08: Logged the Canucks highest time on ice per game with an average of 23:46…Underwent season-ending knee surgery on 3/13…Scored his 84th career goal to become the Canucks all-time goals leader among defensemen on 12/15 at EDM...2006-07: Led all Canucks skaters in average time on ice per game (24:47)… Finished the season with 6 career overtime goals, placing him in a 2-way tie for 4th place with the most overtime goals scored by a Canuck defenseman all-time…2007 Playoffs: Made 12 Playoff appearances, recording 7 points (2-5-7) and 12 penalty minutes…Became the 3rd-highest scoring defenseman in franchise playoff history earning his 19th and 20th career playoff points on 4/11 vs. DAL...2005-06: Led all Canucks defensemen in goals scored with 13 and recorded a total of 33 points (13-20-33), and 92 penalty minutes…Led the team in blocked shots with 170 and ice-time per game with an average of 25:40…2003-04: Played an entire 82-game season for the 1st time in his NHL career, finishing with 34 points including a career high 14 goals…Led all Canucks skaters with an average of 25:47 of ice-time per game…Scored his 4th goal in 5 games, and logged over 25 minutes of ice time on 3/6 at CBJ…Tied for a club record with Geoff Courtnall, scoring his 5th career overtime goal on 11/18 vs. MTL…2002-03: Set a new career high with 27 assists in only 59 games played…Finished the season with 29 points and a team-leading 25:23 in average ice time per game…2001-02: Finished the season with a career-high 36 points at the time…Notched 3 assists, a new single-game career high on 10/11 at DAL...2000-01: Led all Canucks with an average ice time of 25 minutes…Returned to the line-up after missing 17 games following eye surgery and was named 1st star, scoring the game-winner on 11/28 vs. ANA ..1999-00: Led the Canucks in ice time with an average of 27:41 per game, that average also ranked 5th in the NHL…Led the NHL with an average of 33.2 shifts per game…Missed the 1st 38 games with an eye injury suffered in the preseason on 9/21 at OTT...1998-99: Recorded his 1st career 3-point game 3/27 vs. MTL…Finished 7th in the NHL with an average ice time of 26:07 per game…1st on the team with 154 blocked shots… Picked up 14 points in his 1st 14 games (4-10-14)…1997-98: Finished 2nd in Calder trophy voting to Sergei Samsonov ... Finished 1st in NHL rookie scoring among defensemen (30 points)...Finished 1st in the League in rookie assists among defensemen (23)...Finished 5th overall in rookie scoring…Finished 1st among rookies in shots (172)...Recorded 1st goal and 1st assist on 10/9 vs. TOR...Played 1st NHL game 10/3 against ANA in Japan...Tied Lumme for 1st among Canuck defensemen in scoring…International Career: Represented Sweden at the 2010 Winter Olympics, registering a goal and 2 penalty minutes in 4 games…Won the Gold Medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics, recording 2 points in 6 games…Represented Sweden at the 2004 World Cup, recording a goal in 4 games played…Registered 2 points in 4 games for Sweden at the 2002 Winter Olympics…Won the Bronze Medal with Sweden at the 2001 World Championships, recording 2 goals and 5 points in 9 games…Played in 4 games during the 1998 Winter Olympics, notching 1 assist…Won the Gold Medal at the 1998 World Championships…Won the Silver Medal with Sweden at the 1997 World Championships, recording 2 goals and 3 points in 11 games…Participated in the 1996 (silver), 1995 (bronze) and 1994 (silver) World Junior Championships.