Leif Rohlin was born February 26, 1968 in Vasteras, Sweden. The 2nd choice, 33rd overall of the Vancouver Canucks in the 1988 NHL Entry Draft, Rohlin came to North America in 1988 after spending the last seven years in Sweden as a member of Vasteras IK.
Throughout his career, Rohlin has represented his country on the International scene on three separate occasions. In 1988, he was a member of Sweden's National Junior Team, again in 1994 with Sweden's Olympic Team that took home the Gold at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway, and in 1995 as a member of Sweden's National Team that took home Silver at the 1995 World Championships.
The 6'1", 198 lbs. defenceman known more for his defensive capabilities, broke out offensively during his final year in Sweden, scoring 15 goals and adding 15 assists for 30 points before coming to North America for the 1995-96 season.
In his first season in the NHL, Leif Rohlin played in 56 games with the Canucks, scoring six goals and adding 16 assists for 22 points before joining Team Sweden during the off season for the World Cup tournament.
Rohlin returned to Vancouver's line up for the 1996-97 season before deciding to join HC Ambri-Piotta in Switzerland, where he has spent the past four seasons.
Throughout his career, Rohlin has played in 101 career NHL games, scoring eight goals and adding 24 assists for 32 career points.