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Niklas Wikegård
Niklas Wikegård
Born October 3, 1963(1963-10-03)
Gävle, Sweden

Niklas Wikegård (born October 3, 1963) is a retired Swedish ice hockey coach, currently working as a colour commentator for SVT during hockey games and as a co-host of the show Hockeykväll (English: Hockey Night).[1]

Wikegård was head coach for Djurgårdens IF between 2002 to 2005.[2] He has also coached Väsby IK,[3] Bodens IK,[4] and Swiss team EHC Chur.[5] He also worked as an assistant coach to Stephan Lundh in Djurgården 1996 to 1998,[6] and in Malmö Redhawks 1998 to 2001.

References Edit

  1. Kjell Nilsson. "Ny programledare för Hockeykväll", 2007-08-15. Retrieved on 2009-01-08. (Swedish) 
  2. Fahlman, Johan (2008). "Djurgårdens IF", Alla tiders elitserie (in Swedish). Idrottsförlaget i Västerås AB, 65–66. ISBN 978-91-977326-1-1. 
  3. Fahlman, Johan (2008). "Väsby IK", Alla tiders elitserie (in Swedish). Idrottsförlaget i Västerås AB, 260. ISBN 978-91-977326-1-1. 
  4. Berglund, Niklas. "Tiden går - minnet består", 2007-01-04. Retrieved on 2010-03-12. (Swedish) 
  5. Karlsson, Alf. "Nej, ni räcker inte till Malmö", 2008-03-10. Retrieved on 2010-03-12. (Swedish) 
  6. Tränare (Swedish). Djurgårdens IF Hockey. Retrieved on 2010-01-08.

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