Håkan Loob

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Håkan Per Loob (born 3 July 1960) is a Swedish former professional ice hockey player for Färjestad BK of the Elitserien and the Calgary Flames of the National Hockey League (NHL). He is the head of European Scouting for the Calgary Flames after resigning as president of Hockey Operations for Färjestad. Considered one of the greatest Swedish hockey players of all time, he was inducted into the International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame in 1998 and the Swedish ice hockey Hall of Fame in 2012. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Håkan Loob has received more than 100,432 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Håkan Loob is the 48th most popular hockey player (down from 37th in 2019), the 850th most popular biography from Sweden and the 3rd most popular Swedish Hockey Player.

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Among hockey players, Håkan Loob ranks 48 out of 358Before him are Yuri Krylov, Bobby Clarke, Andrei Khomutov, Saku Koivu, Sergei Fedorov, and Eduard Ivanov. After him are Bert McCaffrey, Vladimir Vikulov, Pavol Demitra, Pavel Datsyuk, Steve Yzerman, and Brett Hull.

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Among people born in 1960, Håkan Loob ranks 395Before him are Didier Van Cauwelaert, Franz Viehböck, Günter Hermann, Tim Mayotte, Pascal Fabre, and Matt Salinger. After him are Luis Gabelo Conejo, Kin Endate, Aziz Bouderbala, Ton Roosendaal, Natalia Bestemianova, and Mirwais.

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Among people born in Sweden, Håkan Loob ranks 850 out of 1,296Before him are Yvonne Ryding (1962), Thomas Enqvist (1974), Malik Bendjelloul (1977), Mats Magnusson (1963), Håkan Hardenberger (1961), and Carolina Klüft (1983). After him are Lars Eriksson (1965), Oscar Dronjak (1972), Roine Stolt (1956), Teddy Lučić (1973), Stefan Holm (1976), and Klas Östergren (1955).


Among hockey players born in Sweden, Håkan Loob ranks 3Before him are Peter Forsberg (1973) and Mats Näslund (1959). After him are Mats Sundin (1971), Tomas Jonsson (1960), Nicklas Lidström (1970), Tommy Salo (1971), Henrik Lundqvist (1982), Henrik Zetterberg (1980), Jörgen Jönsson (1972), Henrik Sedin (1980), and Markus Näslund (1973).