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Freddy Modin

Freddy Modin  #19

Left Wing
NUMBER: 19 BIRTHDATE: October 8, 1974
HEIGHT: 6' 4" BIRTHPLACE: Sundsvall, Sweden
WEIGHT: 220 DRAFTED: TOR / 1994 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 3rd   (64th overall)
2010-11 HIGHLIGHTS:
scored a goal in his first game as a Thrasher in the season opener vs. WSH on Oct. 8... notched his first multiple-point game of the season (two goals) on Nov. 3 at FLA (was named second star of game) ... contributed with a multiple-point game in a 5-1 win vs. MIN on Nov. 11, which included a shorthanded goal and one assist  ... had his third multiple-point game of the season with two goals at TOR on Dec. 20 ... acquired by the Calgary Flames on Feb.28 in exchange for Calgary's 7th round pick in the 2011 Draft ... made his Flames debut on Mar.4 with 6:26 of ice time ... missed the last 11 games with a back injury as of Apr.6
 
Played in NHL All-Star Game (2001) Traded to Tampa Bay by Toronto for Cory Cross and Tampa Bay's 7th round choice (Ivan Kolozvary) in 2001 Entry Draft, October 1, 1999. Signed as a free agent by Timra (Sweden), October 5, 2004. Traded to Columbus by Tampa Bay with Fredrik Norrena for Marc Denis, June 30, 2006. Missed majority of 2007-08 due to shoulder injury at Anaheim, November 1, 2007. Traded to Los Angeles by Columbus for future considerations, March 3, 2010. Signed as a free agent by Atlanta, September 6, 2010. Traded to Calgary by Atlanta for Calgary's 7th round choice (later traded to San Jose San Jose selected Colin Blackwell) in 2011 Entry Draft, February 28, 2011. Missed majority of 2010-11 due to various injuries. Officially announced his retirement, May 19, 2011.
Quote of the Day

I feel that responsibility, I've felt it for the last two years. We core guys get a lot of minutes, we get a lot of opportunity out there. Our teammates, the organization and fans look to us to be the guys to put the puck in the net and to create momentum out there.

— Jordan Eberle on taking his game and the Edmonton Oilers to the next level