- Ekaterinburg (Dynamo-Energia Ekaterinburg)
- See Dynamo-Energia
- Ekberg, Victor (1932- )
International Career : Played for Australia in the 1960 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Harringay Hornets
in the 1950s and Pirates IHC, Melbourne.
- Eklöw, Rudolf (- )
- Honours :
Elected to the IIHF Hall of Fame in 1999
- Eklund, Per-Erik 'Pelle' (1963- )
- Born in Stockholm, Sweden. Forward. Played for his country in 126 games (19 goals). Philadelphia Flyers 8th choice, 167th overall in the NHL draft 1983. In his 9 NHL seasons he scored 120 goals and had 335 assists in 594 games. Held the record of fastest goal in
Stanley Cup, from start of a period other than the first when he scored after 6 seconds in the second period the 25th of April 1989. One of eight Swedish players that have scored three goals in a Stanley Cup game.
International Career : Played for Sweden between 1984 and 1996 (competed in 6 World Championships, the 1984
Olympics and the 1984 Canada
Club Career : Played for IF Brommapojkarna, Stocksunds IF,
AIK 1982-85, Philadelphia Flyers 1985-93, Philadelphia Flyers &
Dallas Stars 1993-94 and Leksands IF 1994- .
Medals : Won World Championship gold in 1991.
Won European Championship gold in 1990.
Won Olympic bronze in 1984.
Won the Swedish Championship in 1984.
Honours : Won the Guldpucken Award
Won the Guldhjälmen Award in 1994-95.
Best pointscorer in the Swedish Play-Offs in 1984.
- Eklund, Thom (1958- )
- Born in Enköping, Sweden. Forward. Played for his country in 148 games (28 goals).
International Career : Played for Sweden
between 1983 and 1990 (including the 1987 Canada
Club Career : Played for Enköpings IS, Västerås IK,
IF Björklöven, Södertälje SK and HC Fassa.
Medals : Won World Championship
gold in 1987.
Won Olympic bronze in 1984 and 1988.
Won the Swedish Championship in 1985.
- Ekroth, Peter (1960- )
- Born in Stockholm, Sweden. Defenceman. Detroit
Red Wings 12th pick (232nd overall) in the 1986 NHL
Club Career : Played for Cornwall
Royals 1977-79, Djurgardens IF
1980-82, Södertälje SK 1982-86, Södertälje
SK 1987-88, Vastra Frolunda 1988-90,
Södertälje SK 1990-92, Oskarshamn Eagles 1994-96,
Oskarshamn Eagles & Ratingen Lions 1996-97,
Kalmar Hockey Club & Cardiff Devils 1997-98 and
Cardiff Rage & Cardiff Devils
1998-99. Coached London Racers 2003- .
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