Niklas Hagman

Niklas Hagman ( born December 5, 1979 in Espoo ) is a Finnish professional ice hockey player who at Ässät Pori in the SM- liiga playing on the position of the left winger since July 2013. His father Matti was also a professional hockey player.

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Niklas Hagman comes from the offspring of HIFK Helsinki, played for since 1995 in the Junior SM- liiga. In the 1997/98 season he celebrated his debut in the SM- liiga and also achieve his first goal as a professional. In the following season he went for both the HIFK, as well as for the Espoo Blues to the ice. He then moved to Oulu Kärpät in the Mestis and was able to achieve promotion to the SM- liiga with Oulu.

Hagman was drafted in the same year at the NHL Entry Draft in 1999 by the Florida Panthers in the third round as the 70th, where he completed a total of 233 games. He scored 28 goals and prepared another 46 before. In the strike season of 2004 /05 Hagman played for HC Davos, where he had a great share in the profits of the Swiss championship. He then moved to the Dallas Stars, in which he stood until 2008 under contract. In the summer of 2008, he joined the Toronto Maple Leafs, where he was under contract until end of January 2010, before he was sent to a transfer of business to the Calgary Flames.

In November 2011, the Calgary Flames it relied on the Waiverliste, from the Anaheim Ducks chose the Finnish striker. In July 2012, he moved to ten years in the National Hockey League in the Continental Hockey League and signed a contract with Lokomotiv Yaroslavl.


Niklas Hagman represented his country as a member of the Finnish national team in several World Championships, Olympic Games and the World Cup of Hockey 2004.

Awards and achievements

  • 2003 NHL Young Stars Game
  • 2004 Spengler Cup win with the HC Davos
  • 2005 Swiss Champion with HC Davos


  • 2004 Silver medal at the World Cup of Hockey
  • 2006 Silver medal at the Olympic Winter Games
  • 2010 bronze medal at the Winter Olympics

Career Stats


Represented Finland at:

  • U20 Junior World Cup 1998
  • U20 Junior World Championship 1999
  • 2002 Winter Olympics
  • World Cup 2002
  • 2003 World Cup
  • World Cup 2004
  • World Cup of Hockey 2004
  • World Championship 2005
  • 2006 Winter Olympics
  • World Cup 2009
  • 2010 Winter Olympics

( Key to Career statistics: Sp or GP = Games Played, T or G = goals scored, V or A = achieved assists; Pts or Pts = scored points scorer, SM or PIM = received penalty minutes, / - = Plus / Minus balance sheet; PP = scored majority gates; SH = scored shorthanded goals, GW = achieved victory gates; Play-downs/Relegation 1 )