Patrik Juhlin

Patrik Juhlin

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Patrik Juhlin (born April 24, 1970) is a retired Swedish professional ice hockey forward who won Olympic gold at the 1994 Winter Olympics and was the greatest goal scorer of the winning team with 7 goals in 8 matches. He played parts of two seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) with the Philadelphia Flyers, but spent most of his career in the Swedish Elitserien and Allsvenskan playing for Västerås IK. He also played in the Finnish SM-liiga with Jokerit and the Swiss National League A with SC Bern and HC Davos.

In the United States, Juhlin is best known as 2nd Swede taken in 1989 NHL Draft, the first being Mats Sundin and the third being Nicklas Lidström.


  • Gold medal winner at the Winter Olympics in 1994
  • NLA 2001/02 Top goal scorer


  • Swedish All-Star Team 1994
  • AHL All Star Team (1996–97)

International play

Juhlin played a total of 80 games for the Swedish national team.

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