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The Triple Gold Club


The following 22 players form an elite group that has won the IIHF World Championship, the Olympic gold and the Stanley Cup.

As part of this year's Olympic Winter Games, the 22 members of the Triple Gold Club will be formally inducted in a ceremony on February 22. More than 400 people are expected to attend the ceremony, which will be held at the Molson Canadian Hockey House, located next to the Canada Hockey Place arena in Vancouver.

Each player will receive a customized TGC jersey, a Tissot watch with his name engraved and a unique TGC membership pin.

1. Tomas Jonsson
b. Falun, Swe., 4/12/60
SC 1982, 1983  (N.Y. Islanders)
WC 1991 (Sweden)
OG 1994 (Sweden)

TGC member as of February 27, 1994, Olympic final win vs. Canada
2. Mats Naslund
b.Timra, Swe. 10/31/59
SC 1986 (Montreal)
WC 1991 (Sweden)
OG 1994 (Sweden)


TGC member as of February 27, 1994, Olympic final win vs. Canada
3. Hakan Loob
b. Roma, Swe. 7/3/60
WC 1987, 1991 (Sweden)
SC 1989 (Calgary)
OG 1994 (Sweden)


TGC member as of February 27, 1994, Olympic final win vs. Canada
4. Valeri Kamensky
b. Voskresensk, USSR 4/18/66
WC 1986, 1989, 1990 (USSR)
OG 1988 (USSR)
SC 1996 (Colorado)

TGC member as of June 10, 1996, Stanley Cup win vs. Florida
5. Alexei Gusarov
b. Leningrad, USSR 7/8/64
WC 1986, 1989, 1990 (USSR)
OG 1988 (USSR)
SC 1996 (
Colorado))

TGC member as of June 10, 1996, Stanley Cup win vs. Florida
6. Peter Forsberg
b. Ornskoldsvik, Swe. 7/20/73
WC 1992, 1998 (Sweden)
OG 1994, 2006 (Sweden)
SC 1996, '01 (
Colorado)


TGC member as of June 10, 1996, Stanley Cup win vs. Florida
7. Slava Fetisov
b. Moscow, USSR 4/20/58
WC 1978, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1989, 1990 (USSR)
OG 1984, 1988 (USSR)
SC 1997, 1998 (Detroit)

TGC member as of June 7, 1997, Stanley Cup win vs. Philadelphia
8. Igor Larionov
b. Voskresensk, USSR 12/3/60
WC 1982, 1983, 1986, 1989 (USSR)
OG 1984, 1988 (USSR)
SC 1997, 1998, 2002 (Detroit)
TGC member as of June 7, 1997, Stanley Cup win vs. Philadelphia
9. Alexander Mogilny
b. Khabarovsk, USSR 2/18/69
OG 1988 (USSR)
WC 1989 (USSR)
SC 2000 (New Jersey)


TGC member as of June 10, 2000, Stanley Cup win vs. Dallas
10. Vladimir Malakhov
b. Ekaterinburg, USSR 8/30/68
WC 1990 (USSR)
OG 1992 (Russia)
SC 2000 (New Jersey)

TGC member as of June 10, 2000, Stanley Cup win vs. Dallas
11. Rob Blake
b. Simcoe, Ontario, Can. 12/10/69
WC 1994, 1997 (Canada)
SC 2001 (
Colorado)
OG 2002 (Canada)

TGC member as of February 24, 2002, Olympic final win vs. United States
12. Joe Sakic
b. Burnaby, British Columbia, Can. 7/7/69
WC 1994 (Canada)
SC 1996, 2001 (
Colorado)
OG 2002 (Canada)

TGC member as of February 24, 2002, Olympic final win vs. United States
13. Brendan Shanahan
b. Mimico, Ontario, Can. 1/23/69
WC 1994 (Canada)
SC 1997, 1998, 2002 (Detroit)
OG 2002 (Canada)

TGC member as of February 24, 2002, Olympic final win vs. United States
14. Scott Niedermayer
b. Edmonton, Alberta, Can. 8/31/73
SC 1995, 2000, 2003 (New Jersey), 2007 (Anaheim)
OG 2002 (Canada)
WC 2004 (Canada)

TGC member as of May 9, 2004, World Championship final win vs. Sweden
15. Jaromir Jagr
b. Kladno, Czech. 2/15/72
SC 1991, 1992 (Pittsburgh)
OG 1998 (Czech Republic)
WC 2005 (Czech Republic)


TGC member as of May 15, 2005, World Championship final win vs. Canada
16. Jiri Slegr
b. Jihlava, Czech. 5/30/71
OG 1998 (Czech Republic)
SC 2002 (Detroit)
WC 2005 (Czech Republic)


TGC member as of May 15, 2005, World Championship final win vs. Canada
17. Nicklas Lidstrom
b. Vasteras, Swe. 4/28/70
WC 1991 (Sweden)
SC 1997, 1998, 2002, 2008 (Detroit)
OG 2006 (Sweden)

TGC member as of February 26, 2006, Olympic final win vs. Finland
18. Fredrik Modin
b. Sundsvall, Swe. 10/8/74
WC 1998 (Sweden)
SC 2004 (Tampa Bay)
OG 2006 (Sweden)


TGC member as of February 26, 2006, Olympic final win vs. Finland
19. Chris Pronger
b. Dryden, Ontario, Can. 10/10/74
WC 1997 (Canada)
OG 2002 (Canada)
SC 2007 (Anaheim)

TGC member as of June 6, 2007, Stanley Cup win vs. Ottawa
20. Niklas Kronwall
b. Stockholm, Swe. 1/12/81
OG 2006 (Sweden)
WC 2006 (Sweden)
SC 2008 (Detroit)

TGC member as of June 4, 2008, Stanley Cup win vs. Pittsburgh
21. Henrik Zetterberg
b. Njurunda, Swe. 10/9/80
OG 2006 (Sweden)
WC 2006 (Sweden)
SC 2008 (Detroit)


TGC member as of June 4, 2008, Stanley Cup win vs. Pittsburgh
22. Mikael Samuelsson
b. Mariefred, Swe. 12/23/76
OG 2006 (Sweden)
WC 2006 (Sweden)
SC 2008 (Detroit)

TGC member as of June 4, 2008, Stanley Cup win vs. Pittsburgh

There are 44 active players who have won two of the three titles.

Need Olympic gold:
Finland -- Jere Lehtinen
Canada -- Eric Staal
Slovakia -- Miroslav Satan

Need Stanley Cup:
Calgary -- Jarome Iginla
Los Angeles -- Ryan Smyth
Minnesota -- Owen Nolan
Montreal -- Jaroslav Spacek
Phoenix -- Robert Lang
St. Louis -- Eric Brewer and Paul Kariya
Tampa Bay -- Mattias Ohlund

Need World Championship gold:
Colorado -- Adam Foote and Milan Hejduk
Columbus -- Samuel Pahlsson
New Jersey -- Martin Brodeur
Ottawa -- Alexei Kovalev