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| 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
185 lb (84 kg)
| RSL Team|
| SKA St. Petersburg|
AIK Jr. (J20 Superelit)
Djurgårdens IF Jr. (J20 Superelit)
Lukko Rauma (Jr. A SM-Liiga)
Lidingö HC (SWE-1)
Hammarby IF (Allsvenskan)
Malmö IF (Elitserien)
Houston Aeros (AHL)
HV 71 (Elitserien)
Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (RSL)
|Olympics||2006 Turin, Italy (gold)|
|World Championships|| 2003 2nd place|
2006 1st place
|Born|| April 2nd 1979,|
|NHL Draft|| 269th overall, 2002|
|Pro Career||1999 – present|
Mika Hannula (b. April 2, 1979, in Huddinge, Sweden to a Swedish mother and a Finnish father) is a professional left winger who is currently taking a break from hockey. He is however contracted to HV 71.
A hard worker, Hannula was drafted by the Minnesota Wild in the 9th round, 269th overall. He has not yet played in the NHL; he has however spent one season with the Houston Aeros of the AHL, before returning to Sweden.
Mika has worn the Tre Kronor's uniform several times for international competitions: the 2003 World Championships, the 2006 Olympic Games and the 2006 World Championships. During the latter, he has been suspended for the final game versus the Czech National Team for Cross-checking Sidney Crosby of the Canadian National Team to the neck and head area, while he was celebrating the goal he had just scored. On August 2nd 2006, the IIHF's Disciplinary Committee extended his suspension to the first 4 games of the 2007 World Championships to be held in Moscow; he was also fined 5000 euros.