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| 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
182 lb (83 kg)
|Teams|| Södertälje SK (Elitserien|
Vancouver Canucks (NHL)
Fredericton Express (AHL)
Quebec Nordiques (NHL)
EHC Kloten (NLA)
|Olympics||1988 Calgary, Canada (bronze)|
|World Championships|| 1981 2nd place|
1985 6th place
1986 2nd place
1987 1st place
1989 4th place
1990 2nd place
|Born|| December 11th 1960,|
|NHL Draft||free agent|
|Pro Career||1976 – 1998|
Young brother of former Swedish athlete Kenth Eldebrink, Anders began his career in 1976 with Södertälje SK at the young age of 16. In 1981, the skilled defenceman signed with the Vancouver Canucks and tried his luck in the NHL. His North American stay wasn't particularly successful, as he didn't play a full season; he only took part in 38 games with Vancouver in 1981-82 and split time between Vancouver, the Quebec Nordiques and the AHL's Fredericton Express the next season, before he choose to go back home with Södertälje.
The move turned out to be an excellent one for Eldebrink, who won the Elitserien championship in 1985 and was named league MVP in 1988 and 1989; additionally, he won the Guldpucken in 1985.
Anders left Södertälje in 1990 to join EHC Kloten of the NLA, with whom he won thrice the NLA Championship, in 1993, 1994 and 1995. The next season, he returned to Södertälje, with which he ended his playing career in 1998.