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Nicklas Lidström (born April 28, 1970, in Västerås, Sweden) is a professional Ice Hockey defenceman in the NHL, playing for the Detroit Red Wings.
Lidstrom has played all of his 12 seasons for Detroit. He has won 3 Stanley Cups ( 1997, 1998, 2002). He was drafted in 1989 by Detroit. His best season was 1999-00 when he had 73 points.
Achievements 1992- NHL All-Rookie Team 1996- Played in NHL All-Star Game 1998- NHL First All-Star Team 1998- Played in NHL All-Star Game 1999- NHL First All-Star Team 1999- Played in NHL All-Star Game 2000- NHL First All-Star Team 2000- Played in NHL All-Star Game 2001- NHL First All-Star Team 2001- James Norris Memorial Trophy 2001- Played in NHL All-Star Game 2002- NHL First All-Star Team 2002- James Norris Memorial Trophy 2002- Conn Smythe Trophy 2002- Played in NHL All-Star Game 2003- NHL First All-Star Team 2003- James Norris Memorial Trophy 2003- Played in NHL All-Star Game
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Legends of Hockey -- NHL Player Search -- Player -- Nicklas Lidstrom (920 words)
Lidstrom's 1991 debut season in the NHL was a remarkable one.
Lidstrom was a reliable defenseman and a brilliant rusher, and his powerful shots from the blue line often took goalies by surprise.
Lidstrom duplicated his Norris win the in 2003-03 and for the sixth time in his career was name to the NHLs First All-Star Team.
LetsGoWings.com > Players > Nicklas Lidstrom 5 (763 words)
In 1995-96, Nicklas finished second on the team in defence scoring for the third straight year (67 points to Coffey's 74) and participated in his first mid-season All-Star Game.
In 1998-99, Nicklas finished tied for second in league scoring amongst defencemen with 57 points and led the Red Wings to a Central Division title.
Nicklas played in his third All-Star Game, was a First Team All-Star and was a runner-up to both the Norris and Lady Byng trophies.
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