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Henrik Zetterberg
NUMBER: 40 BIRTHDATE: October 9, 1980  (AGE 33)
HEIGHT: 5' 11" BIRTHPLACE: Njurunda, Sweden
WEIGHT: 197 DRAFTED: DET / 1999 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 7th   (210th overall)
AwardsSeasons
NHL Foundation Player Award 2012-2013
Conn Smythe Trophy 2007-2008
CAREER: In the 5th season of a 12-year contract...2008 Stanley Cup champion...Named 36th captain in DET history, 1/15/13...2013 NHL Foundation Award...2008 Conn Smythe Trophy...2008 NHL Second All-Star Team...2006 Olympic gold and WC gold...2003 NHL All-Rookie Team...Four-time Olympian.
 
2013-14: Led DET with a +19 rating and finished T3rd in points (48) despite playing only 45 games...Had at least one shot on goal in all but two of his appearances (1/20 vs. STL and 2/8 at TB)...Recorded a season-high 3 points on 5 occasions...Recorded his 700th NHL point, 11/24 at BUF...Multi-point games: 14...Man Games Lost: 37
 
OTHER: Hosts guests from local children's hospitals at DRW home games in his Zetterberg Foundation Suite... Serves as the team spokesperson for the annual smoke detector collection, helping families in need across Metro Detroit...Scored the Stanley Cup-clinching goal in 2008...Has 5 career hat tricks and 178 multipoint games.
Swedish Elite League Rookie of the Year (2001) NHL All-Rookie Team (2003) NHL Second All-Star Team (2008) Conn Smythe Trophy (2008) NHL Foundation Player Award (2013) Signed as a free agent by Timra (Sweden), September 20, 2004. Signed as a free agent by Zug (Swiss), October 8, 2012.
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I'm just excited about the opportunity. I've been on the ice earlier than usual and in the weight room, pushing around a little more weights than usual. Every day I go into a workout with a smile on my face and ready to go. When you do have a little more responsibility, you want to take your lunch pail and get ready to work.

— Brian Elliott to Jeremy Rutherford of the Post-Dispatch on being the Blues' No. 1 goalie