|International Played at the European Junior Championships in 1988 and 1989 ... Member of Team Sweden at the 1990 World Juniors ... Member of Swedish Team at 1991 World Championship leading the team in goals (seven) and points(12) as Sweden won the gold medal ... Struck gold again with Sweden at 1992 World Championship ... Led team in points (eight), second in tournament in assists (six) ... Selected to the First All-Star Team ... Tournament scoring leader with 14 points (five goals and nine assists) at the 1994 World Championship ... Won bronze medal ... Led the Swedish team in scoring in the 1996 World Cup of Hockey ... Scored three goals in four games at the 1998 Nagano Olympics ... Helped Sweden win gold at the 1998 World Hockey Championship scoring five goals and six assists to tie him with Peter Forsberg for team lead, and named to the tournament First All-Star team at centre ... Played two games for Sweden at the 2001 World Championship helping them earn a bronze medal ... Led all players in tournament scoring at the 2002 Olympics with five goals and four assists and was named to the tournament All-Star team despite missing out on a medal ... Was a leader on the silver medal team at the 2003 World Championship ... Played for Sweden at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey.
Career Quebec's first choice, first overall, at the 1989 NHL Entry Draft ... First European ever selected #1 in the NHL draft ... Childhood hockey hero was Kent Nilsson ... Scored in his first NHL game on October 4, 1990 ... Had a career-best seven-point game (five goals, two assists) versus Hartford on March 5, 1992 ... Had a point in each of Quebec's first 30 games to start the 1992-93 season (21 goals, 25 assists) ... Went on to enjoy career highs that year in goals (47), assists (67) and points (114)... Finished 11th in NHL scoring ... One of only two Quebec players to play all 84 games in 1993-94 ... Placed second in club goal-scoring in three of his four seasons in Quebec ... Has led Toronto in scoring every years since being traded to the Maple Leafs in 1994 ... His 94 points in 1996-97 ranked seventh in the NHL ... Named the Leafs captain prior to 1997-98 season ... First European player to wear the "C" in Toronto ... Named to the NHL Second All-Star team as a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2002 and 2004.