Awards and Trophies

TROPHY CASE

2000-2001 Swedish Elite League Rookie of the Year, Timra Red Eagles

2001 Bronze Medal for Tre Kroner (Sweden) at International Ice Hockey Federation World Championships

2002 Bronze Medal for Tre Kroner (Sweden) at International Ice Hockey Federation World Championships

2001-2002 "Guldpucken" (Golden Puck) Sweden's Best Hockey Player, while playing for Timra of the Swedish Elite League

2002 Selected to Tre Kroner (Swedish National Team) at Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah.

2003 Nominated as one of three finalists for the Calder Trophy, awarded to the NHL's Rookie of the Year, along with Barrett Jackman of the St. Louis Blues and Rick Nash of the Columbus Bluejackets. (Winner: Jackman)

2003 Silver Medal for Tre Kroner (Sweden) at International Ice Hockey Federation World Championships

2003 The Sporting News Rookie Of The Year (Voted on by NHL Players)

2003 NHL ALL-Rookie Team, Lead NHL Rookies with 22 goals and 44 total points.

2003-2004 PRESIDENTS TROPHY, awarded to the team which finishes the regular season with the best record in the NHL.

2004-2005 Swedish Elite League Scoring Champion with 50 points (19 goals, 31 assists) in 50 games. For Timra Red Eagles.

2006 GOLD MEDAL for Tre Kroner (Sweden) at Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy

2005-2006 PRESIDENTS TROPHY, awarded to the team which finishes the regular season with the best record in the NHL.


2006 GOLD MEDAL for Tre Kroner (Sweden) at International Ice Hockey Federation World Championships





October 5th, 2006  Named "Alternate Captain" of the Detroit Red Wings after defenseman Nicklas Lidstrom was promoted to Captain upon Steve Yzerman's retirement. In his first game wearing the "A" on his jersey he scored the only goal for the Red Wings in their opening night, 3-1 loss to the Vancouver Canucks, at the Joe Louis Arena.

2007 Selected to NHL ALL-STAR team (Western Conference). Did not play (Tendonitis of wrist) 

2007 Selected as NHL's "First Star" of the Week (ending February 11th) with 5 goals and 4 assists in 4 games.

2007 Selected as NHL's "First Star" of the Week (ending February 18th) with 4 goals and 4 assists in 3 games.

2007 "Viking Award" Best Swedish Player in NHL for 2006-07 season. (Potential candidates included: *Niklas Lidstrom, *Mats Sundin, Daniel Alfredsson, *Markus Naslund, *Peter Forsberg, Daniel Sedin, Henrik Sedin, Niklas Backstrom, and Henrik Lundqvist.) * = Previous award winner. 

2007 Selected as NHL's "Third Star" of the Week (ending October 14th) with 3 goals and 4 assists in 4 games.

2007 Selected as NHL's "First Star" of the Month" (October) with 10 goals and 12 assists in 13 games.

2007 Selected as Carhartt's "Hardest Working Player" of the Month (October) with 10 goals and 12 assists in 13 games.

2007 Selected as "Free Press Best Athlete in Detroit Sports" over Magglio Ordonez (Tigers) and Chauncey Billups (Pistons).

2008 Voted to start for NHL ALL-STAR team (Western Conference). Did not play (Sore back) 

2008 "Viking Award" Best Swedish Player in NHL for 2007-08 season. (Potential candidates included: *Niklas Lidstrom, *Mats Sundin, Daniel Alfredsson, *Markus Naslund, Daniel Sedin, Henrik Sedin, Niklas Backstrom, and Henrik Lundqvist.) * = Previous award winner. 

2007-2008 PRESIDENTS TROPHY, awarded to the team which finishes the regular season with the best record in the NHL.

2008 Nominated as one of three finalists for Selke Trophy, awarded to NHL's best defensive forward, along with linemate Pavel Datsyuk and John Madden of the New Jersey Devils. (Winner: Datsyuk)

2008 CLARENCE S. CAMPBELL BOWL awarded to the Western Conference Champion Detroit Red Wings. Defeated the Dallas Stars 4 games to 2.

2008  CONN SMYTHE AWARD WINNER awarded to the Most Valuable Player in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

2008 STANLEY CUP CHAMPION awarded t0 the NHL Champion Detroit Red Wings. Defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins 4 games to 2.

2008 IIHF TRIPLE GOLD CLUB awarded to players who have won the Olympic gold, the IIHF World Championship and the Stanley Cup.


2008 Voted to NHL ALL-STAR (SECOND TEAM) as voted on by the representatives of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.

2008 Voted TSN's NHL Player of the Year over Alexander Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals

2009 CLARENCE S. CAMPBELL BOWL awarded to the Western Conference Champion Detroit Red Wings. Defeated the Chicago Blackhawks 4 games to 1.

2009 Selected as NHL's "First Star" of the Week (ending November 15th) with 4 goals and 5 assists in 3 games.

2009 Selected to Tre Kroner (Swedish National Team) at Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia.

2010 Voted "Best Swedish Player in the NHL" by fellow Swedish Olympic teammates.

2010 Selected as NHL's "Second Star" of the Week (ending December 26th) with 3 goals (including OT winner), 4 assists, +4,  in 3 games.

2012
Voted 10th "Nicest Player" in the League by fellow NHL players.

2012
Voted 20th "Best Player" in the League by fellow NHL players.

2012 Named to World Championships All-Star Team

2013
Named CAPTAIN of the Detroit Red Wings

2013 NHL Foundation Player Award NHL player who applies the core values of hockey -- commitment, perseverance and teamwork -- to enrich the lives of people in his community. 

2014 Named CAPTAIN of Tre Kroner (Swedish National Team) at Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

2014 Silver Medal for Tre Kroner (Swedish National Team) at Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

 

 

 

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