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Johan Franzen

Johan Marcus Gunnar Franzén is a former Swedish professional ice hockey winger who last played for the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League. His career ended at the start of the 2015-16 season with post-concussion syndrome. Franzén was the Stanley Cup champion with the Red Wings in 2008. He was first drafted by the Red Wings in the third, 97th final round, of the 2004 NHL Draft.

About Johan Franzen

NHL winger nicknamed The Mule for his fortitude. He helped the Detroit Red Wings win a Stanley Cup Championship in 2008.

Johan Franzen before fame

He began playing in the Swedish hockey leagues in 1997, and signed with the Red Wings in 2004.

Achievement of Johan Franzen

He set the Detroit franchise record for most playoff goals in a series (9) and tied another for most playoff goals in a year (13).

Johan Franzen family life

He grew up in Vetlanda, Sweden.

Associations of Johan Franzen

Steve Yzerman, the longtime Red Wing team captain, gave him his famous nickname.

Top Facts You Did Not Know About Johan Franzen

Foreigners playing Swedish ice hockey. Swedish expatriate athletes in the United States. Detroit Red Wings Draft Choose. Swedish Olympic ice hockey player. Ice hockey players at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games

Latest information about Johan Franzen updated on August 02 2021.