Jonas Andersson
Jonas Andersson
Right Wing
(YOH-nuhs AN-duhr-suhn)
Number: 28
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 204
Shoots: Left
Born: Feb 24, 1981
Birthplace: Lidingo, Sweden
Drafted: NSH / 1999 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 2nd (33rd overall)
CAREER NOTES: Played his first season in the KHL with Dynamo Minsk in 2009-10… Ranked fourth on Minsk in assists (13) in 2009-10… Missed 26 games in 2009-10 due to injury… Tied for second among all skaters at the 2010 World Championships in goals (6) and game-winning goals (2) while earning a bronze medal with Sweden… Tied for the Sweden team lead in points (6g) at the 2010 Worlds… Helped Karpat Oulu reach the Finnish Elite League Finals for the second consecutive season in 2008-09… Named to the 2009 SM-Liiga All-Star Team… Tied for second in the Finnish Elite League, and led Karpat, in goals (24) and shorthanded markers (3) in 2008-09… Ranked fourth in the league, and second on the club, in points (57)… Tied for the team lead, and for fourth overall, in 2009 playoff goals (6)… Also ranked third on Karpat, and tied for ninth overall, in 2009 playoff points (10)… Posted two points (1g-1a) in four games during 2009 Champions League play… Won a Finnish Elite League title with Karpat in 2007-08… Split the 2007-08 season between Karpat and HPK Hameenlinna… Tied for fourth on Karpat in playoff scoring (10) and assists (7) in its run to the 2008 title… Played for HPK Hameenlinna (Finland) in 2006-07… Split the 2004-05 season in Sweden with Sodertalje and Brynas… Missed the entire 2003-04 season with a shoulder injury… Made his NHL debut on March 19, 2002 at St. Louis… Appeared in 52 games with Milwaukee during his first pro season (2000-01) as the second-youngest player in the IHL… Played for Sweden at the 2001 World Junior Championships… Named to the 2000 OHL All-Rookie Team, and was the runner-up for the OHL Rookie of the Year Award… Voted the Eastern Conference's Best Skater and Fastest Skater in the 1999-00 OHL Coaches Poll… Led North Bay in goals (31), points (67) and assists (36) in 1999-00 and ranked second in the OHL in overall rookie scoring… Joined Milwaukee (IHL) after the completion of the 1999-00 OHL season.

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