Former NHL remaining winger who was simply named to five All-Star video games throughout his 20-12 months profession. He led the Vancouver Canucks to several playoff works. He started his youngsters hockey profession in Sweden at age group 15. He was the Vancouver Canucks’ leading scorer from 1999-2004. He fathered two daughters and a child along with his wife Lotta. He was teammates with fellow winger Alexandre Burrows from 2002 to 2008.
|1||Because of Swedish tax laws, decided to forgo playing with MoDo, his former junior team in Sweden, and has returned to Vancouver, for training with other members of the Canucks. If the issues are worked out, he has said that he will join MoDo mid-season. [September 2004]|
|2||Left Vancouver for Sweden in mid-January to play with MODO, his former junior team, for the duration of the lockout. [January 2005]|
|3||Has now said in an interview with the Vancouver Sun over the phone that if the NHL lockout still does not end by the fall, he will not be playing in Sweden or in Europe next season, as he had an unhappy homecoming in January. [May 2005]|
|4||Signed a three year deal that returns him to the Vancouver Canucks worth 18 million. He will be 35 when the deal expires, and has expressed desire to retire in a Canucks uniform. [August 2005]|
|5||Currently back in his hometown of Ornskoldsvik, training with his own personal trainer for the World Cup tournment (August 30th-September 14th) [July 2004]|
|6||(July 3) Agreed to terms with the New York Rangers on a two-year deal worth $8 million.|
|7||Announced his retirement from the NHL after 15 seasons, 12 of which he spent in Vancouver. [May 2009]|
|8||Named to the World Cup roster for Team Sweden, along with teammates Henrik Sedin, Daniel Sedin, and Mattias Ohlund; played alongside best friend Peter Forsberg.|
|9||Håkan Loob was his boyhood idol.|
|10||Declined an invitation to play for Sweden in the 2005 IIHF World Hockey Championships, citing his poor performance in the Swedish Elite League playoffs with MODO, his former junior club.|
|11||1/3 of the 'West Coast Express Line' consisting of Brendan Morrison and Todd Bertuzzi, the Canucks' top line.|
|12||Was named one of the Ten Most Beautiful People in British Columbia (2003).|
|13||Named to the World Cup roster for Team Sweden, along with Canuck teammates, Henrik and Daniel Sedin, and defenseman Mattias Ohlund. Will be playing on Team Sweden alongside best friend Peter Forsberg.|
|14||2003 winner of the Lester B. Pearson Award|
|15||Haken Loob was his boyhood idol.|
|16||Lists Miami and Tampa as his favorite road cities to visit.|
|17||Currently the team captain of the Vancouver Canucks. Became captain on September 15th 2000, in Stockholm, Sweden during the Canucks training camp, following Mark Messier signed back with the New York Rangers.|
|18||Was drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins, 16th overall in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft. Was traded to Vancouver for Alek Stojanov on March 20th, 1996.|
|19||Was born 10 days later than fellow NHLer Peter Forsberg of the Colorado Avalanche, in their village of Ornskoldsvik. Played in the same junior club as Forsberg (MoDo) and is still best friends with him until this day.|
|20||Hobbies include: boating, waterskiing, jetskiing, playing tennis and golf|
|21||Has three children with wife Lotta: Rebecca, Isabella & Alex|
|22||Resides in Ornskoldsvik, Sweden and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.|
|Sudden Death||1995||thanks - as Markus Naslund|
|Hockey Night in Canada||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|TSN Hockey||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|NHL 2005||2004||Video Game||Himself - cover star|
|2003 NHL Awards||2003||TV Special||Himself|
|TV4 sporten special: Markus Näslund||2003||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|NHL 2003||2002||Video Game||Himself|
|Sudden Death||1995||Himself (uncredited)|
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