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| 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
209 lb (95 kg)
|Teams|| New York Islanders (1995–1996)|
Pittsburgh Penguins (1996–1998)
Ottawa Senators (1998–1999)
Calgary Flames (1999)
Tampa Bay Lightning (1999–2000)
New York Rangers (2001–2002)
Nashville Predators (2002–2004)
SKA Saint Petersburg 2007–2008
Leksands IF 2009
|Born|| May 19 1973,|
|NHL Draft|| 136th overall, 1991|
New York Islanders
|Pro Career||1991 – 2009|
Andreas Johansson (born May 19, 1973) is a Swedish former professional ice hockey player. Johansson played professionally in the Swedish National League A, the National Hockey League, and in the Russian Superleague. He returned to Sweden in 2009 where he finished his career. He was an assistant coach for Modo Hockey in the 2010–11 season.
Johansson began his pro career with Färjestads BK in Sweden. He was drafted 136th overall by the New York Islanders in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft and played in the NHL for the Islanders (1995–96), Pittsburgh Penguins (1996–98), Ottawa Senators (1998–99), Tampa Bay Lightning (1999), Calgary Flames (1999–2000), New York Rangers (2001–02), and Nashville Predators (2002–04). In the 2000–01 season he played with the Swiss club SC Bern and after the 2003–04 season he went back to Switzerland where he signed with Genève-Servette HC and played with them for two seasons. In 2006/07 he returned to Färjestad. In 2007, he signed with Russian Super League team SKA Saint Petersburg. He played there for one season, but was contracted for two seasons (he did not play in the second season). Johansson then signed with Leksands IF of the HockeyAllsvenskan in 2009. However, he only played one game with Leksand before announcing his retirement due to injury.
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