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Fredrik Modin
Fredrik Modin
Left Wing
(moh-DEEN)
Number: 33
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 220
Shoots: Left
Born: Oct 8, 1974
Birthplace: Sundsvall, Sweden
Hometown: Sundsvall
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Acquired: Acquired by Columbus with G Fredrik Norrena from Tampa Bay in exchange for G Marc Denis on June 30, 2006.
Drafted: TOR / 1994 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 3rd (64th overall)
2008-09: Registered 9-16-25, 28 penalty minutes and was +2 in 50 games with Columbus… Scored a pair of power play goals… Missed six games Oct. 21-Nov. 1 due to injury… Played the 800th game of his NHL career Jan. 10 vs. Minnesota… Missed one game Jan. 27 due to injury… Missed eight games Feb. 16-Mar. 3 due to injury… Missed the regular season’s final 17 games due to injury… PLAYOFFS: Tallied 1-0-1 in four playoff games… Scored a goal in Game 4 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals vs. Detroit on Apr. 23… Games lost to injury: 32… Multi-point (goal) games: 3 (0)… Most Points: 2 (2x) – Jan. 3 at St. Louis, most recent… Most Goals: 1 (9x) – Feb. 10 vs. Colorado, most recent… Most Assists: 2 – Oct. 17 vs. Nashville… Most PIM: 2 (14x) – Feb. 14 at Carolina, most recent… Most Shots: 6 (2x) – Nov. 18 vs. Edmonton, most recent.

CAREER: Is a member of the Triple Gold Club, which comprises the 22 players who have won the three most prestigious championships in world hockey: Olympic gold, Stanley Cup and World Championship gold… 2007-08: Recorded 6-6-12, 20 penalty minutes and was +1 in 23 games with Columbus… Added two power play goals and one game-winning goal… Tallied the 200th assist of his career Oct. 5 vs. Anaheim… Missed six games Oct. 17-27 due to a groin injury… Missed 35 games Nov. 4-Jan. 17 due to a back injury suffered Nov. 1 at Anaheim… Returned for five games and scored two goals… Missed six games Jan. 31-Feb. 10 due to a hamstring injury suffered Jan. 29 vs. Phoenix… Missed four games Mar. 2-9 due to a groin injury suffered Mar. 1 (prognosis)… Missed one game Mar. 18 due to an illness… Played the 100th game of his Blue Jackets career Mar. 16 vs. Detroit… Missed the season’s final seven games due to a concussion suffered Mar. 22 vs. Detroit… 2006-07: Tallied 22-20-42 and 50 penalty minutes in 79 games in his first season with Columbus… Ranked second in goals, game-winning goals (4) and shots (220) while ranking third (tied) in points and fourth in shooting percentage (10.0)… Recorded his third-straight 20-goal season and fifth overall… Scored his first point as a Blue Jacket with an assist on Jaroslav Balastik’s goal Oct. 7 at Chicago... Scored first goal with Columbus Oct. 21 at Pittsburgh (Marc-Andre Fleury)... Tied a club single-game record with a career-high 10 shots Nov. 24 at Philadelphia... Played his 700th career NHL game and had a goal Jan. 5 at Anaheim… Scored his 200th NHL goal Mar. 15 at Anaheim… Netted his 20th goal of the season and his 400th career point Mar. 25 vs. St. Louis… 2005-06: Tallied 31-23-54, 56 penalty minutes and was +5 in 77 games with Tampa Bay… Set a career high in penalty minutes… Tied for second on the club in goals and shooting percentage (14.0), was fifth in points, seventh in assists and penalty minutes and was second in plus/minus rating… Had 12 power play goals, one shorthanded goal and four game-winning goals… Tallied 30 goals for the second time in his career… Recorded his third career hat trick Jan. 28 at Philadelphia (Antero Niittymaki)… Tallied 2-1-3 in eight games to help Sweden earn the gold medal at the 2006 Olympic Games… 2004-05: Collected 12-24-36 and 58 penalty minutes in 43 games with Timra IK (Sweden)… Scored 4-4-8 for Team Sweden at World Cup of Hockey… Was named First Team all-tournament… Led Sweden in goals and points… 2003-04: Notched 29-28-57, 32 penalty minutes and was +31 in 82 games with Tampa Bay… Set career highs in games played, assists, points and plus/minus rating... Ranked fourth in the NHL in plus/minus rating… Had 17 multi-point games and eclipsed the 20-goal mark for the first time since 2000-01… Netted his second career hat trick Jan. 3 vs. Philadelphia (Robert Esche)… Tallied 0-2-2 Nov. 11 vs. Carolina for his 50th career multi-point game... Recorded 8-11-19 with 10 penalty minutes in 23 playoff games to help Lightning win the Stanley Cup championship… Set career highs in playoff games played, goals, assists, points, plus-minus rating (+7), power play goals (3), game-winning goals (2), shots (50), shooting percentage (16.0), and ice time (20:46)… Finished fourth on the club in assists, third in points, and first (tied) in plus-minus (eighth in NHL)… Scored the game-winning goal in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals vs. Philadelphia on May 22… 2002-03: Tallied 17-23-40, 43 penalty minutes and was +7 in 76 games with Tampa Bay… Assisted on Dave Andreychuk’s 249th (Nov. 11 vs. Phoenix) and 250th (Nov. 15 vs. San Jose) career power-play goals, which tied and broke Phil Esposito’s NHL career record... Scored first career shorthanded goal Jan. 28 at Philadelphia (Roman Cechmanek)... Skated in 500th career NHL game Mar. 31 at Boston… Had 2-0-2 with 18 penalty minutes in 11 playoff games… Was second on the club in penalty minutes and third in shots (27)… Recorded first career playoff goal in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals vs. Washington on Apr. 12 (Olaf Kolzig)… 2001-02: Netted 14-17-31, 27 penalty minutes and was “even” in 54 games with Tampa Bay… Missed 26 games due to a wrist injury… Second on club in game-winning goals (4) and ice-time among forwards (19:05)... 2000-01: Had 32-24-56 and 48 penalty minutes in 76 games with Tampa Bay… Led team in goals, power-play goals (8), shots (217) and shooting percentage (14.8)… Tied for team lead in game-winning goals (4) and was second in points… Was named to his first All-Star Game and recorded 0-4-4, which tied the second highest assist total in All-Star history… Won NHL’s Hardest Shot Competition at All-Star Game (102.1 mph)… Collected first career hat-trick Oct. 22 at NY Rangers (Mike Richter)… Tied career-long goal scoring streak with six goals in four games Oct. 15-22… Had 3-2-5 and 10 penalty minutes in nine games for Sweden at the World Championships in Germany… 1999-00: Netted 22-26-48 and 18 penalty minutes in 80 games with Tampa Bay… Ranked first (tied) on the team in games played, was second on the club in goals, points and assists (tied)… Ranked first on the team in game-winning goals (5) and shots (167)… Scored 3-1-4 and four penalty minutes in seven games for Sweden at the World Championships… 1998-99: Recorded 16-15-31, 35 penalty minutes and was +14 in 67 games with Toronto… Added six penalty minutes in eight playoff games… 1997-98: Had 16-16-32 and 32 penalty minutes in 74 games with Toronto… Ranked third on the team in game-winning goals (4) and tied for fourth in goals… Recorded 3-3-6 and two penalty minutes in five games at the World Championships for Sweden… 1996-97: Had 6-7-13 and 24 penalty minutes in 76 games of his rookie season with Toronto… Made his NHL debut Oct. 5 vs. Anaheim… Recorded his first NHL point/assist Oct. 22 vs. San Jose… Scored first NHL goal Nov. 7 at Ottawa… Recorded 2-0-2 for his first multi-point game Dec. 23 vs. Pittsburgh… 1995-96: Tallied 4-8-12 and 22 penalty minutes in 22 games for Brynas Gavle (Sweden)… Tied for second on the club in penalty minutes and assists… Tallied 1-1-2 and four penalty minutes for Sweden at the World Championships… 1994-95: Registered 9-10-19 and 33 penalty minutes in 38 games for Brynas Gavle (Sweden)… Ranked third on the team in goals and fifth in points… 1993-94: Had 16-15-31 and 36 penalty minutes in 30 games with Sundsvall (Sweden-2)… Helped Sweden win a silver medal at the World Junior Championships… Had 2-2-4 with two penalty minutes in seven games.

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