Erika Holst
Swedish ice hockey player
Erika Holst
Erika Holst is a Swedish ice hockey player. She is a member of the Sweden women's national ice hockey team. She won a silver medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics and a bronze medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics.
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USA leads way in Vierumäki - IIHF
Google News - over 5 years
With Pernilla Winberg, Elin Holmlöv and Erika Holst, who played her 300th national team game, the Swedes had also some of the best European scorers. Canada is preparing another attempt to claim the first worlds gold since 2007 on home ice in Winnipeg,
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Living hockey - IIHF
Google News - over 5 years
VIERUMÄKI, Finland – In 1984, when Tre Kronor went to the final in the Canada Cup, Erika Holst, 5, was watching the games at home in Varberg, Sweden, and decided that she'd be just like centre Bengt-Åke Gustafsson. She joined her first team playing
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Holst 300-jubilerade med seger - Dagens Nyheter
Google News - over 5 years
Ishockeyforwarden Erika Holst spelade sin 300:e landskamp och firade det med att göra mål i Sveriges 8–2-seger mot Japan i tolvnationsturneringen i Vierumäki, Finland. Holst, 32, inledde med att bli utvisad efter blott en halvminut – men hann även med
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Landslagsstjärnor gästade Wildcats - Dagbladet
Google News - over 5 years
I helgen har de tränat, umgåtts och haft teoripass med landslagsspelarna Erika Holst och Erica Udén Johansson. – Givande för dem att höra hur hennes liv ser ut, säger Håkan Sundkvist, arrangör. Håkan Sundkvist heter initiativtagaren till Wildcats
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A-O-R bowls over GCLL Majors in Game 1 - Juneau Empire
Google News - over 5 years
Erika Holst drew a walk in seven plate appearances, Amanda Bicknell had a stolen base, Sam Good drew a walk in seven at-bats and stole a base, and Hultberg scored two runs. Nunaka Valley completed a three-game sweep of the GCLL Juniors softball
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Softball Majors control own destiny in Western Regional - Juneau Empire
Google News - over 5 years
Back left to right: Alondra Echiverri, Erika Holst, Amanda Bicknell, Makayla Harp, Quincy Bates and Sydney Mill. By Shaun T. Cox The Gastineau Channel Little League Majors softball All-Stars are 2-1 in Pool B of the Western Regional Tournament in San
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Local art mystery solved - The State Journal-Register
Google News - almost 6 years
“We've had it probably since the early 20th century,” said Erika Holst, curator of collections for the association. She believes the painting came from Eliza Condell, who was Ninian Edwards' great-granddaughter and the granddaughter of Benjamin and
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IIHF introduces mentoring program for women's hockey - Globe and Mail
Google News - almost 6 years
Other key names among the mentors include retired US Olympic gold medalists Katie King and AJ Mleczko, and Swedish Olympic medalists Erika Holst, Kim Martin and their former coach Peter Elander. “More things have been done from the body of women's
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A hockey mentor of their own - Globe and Mail
Google News - almost 6 years
Russia made the bronze-medal game at the recent worlds, France plans to centralize its team, the Czechs are starting a big ad campaign to improve the visibility of their players, and Sweden has hired Erika Holst, its most famous female player,
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U.S. Women Reach Gold Medal Hockey Game
NYTimes - about 7 years
It took four years, but the United States women's hockey team finally avenged a semifinal defeat they suffered against Sweden at the 2006 Turin Games by trouncing the Swedes, 9-1, in a semifinal Monday at Canada Hockey Place. Yet the victorious Americans were thinking only of their next game, the gold medal final Thursday, when they are expected to
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2006 OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES; Competition Catches Up to U.S. Women
NYTimes - about 11 years
The puck was on Angela Ruggiero's stick, and the game was in her hands. She was staring at an open net. Sweden, on the strength of Kim Martin's play in the goal, had forced a shootout in the first Olympic semifinal Friday at the Palasport Olimpico. That was surprising enough; the Swedes had never beaten the Americans in women's hockey. What
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HOCKEY; Minnesota-Duluth Makes It Three Straight
NYTimes - almost 14 years
Nora Tallus owed her Minnesota-Duluth teammates something. Though none of the four minor penalties she took in tonight's N.C.A.A. women's national championship game resulted in a Harvard goal, Tallus, a sophomore left wing, felt she needed to make up for her time in the penalty box. And so did her coach, Shannon Miller. ''When she took those
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From Nothing, A Great Team Rises; Duluth Women's Hockey Program Surges to Prominence in Its First Year
NYTimes - about 17 years
Shannon Miller was asleep last Wednesday night when the phone rang. It was 2:15 a.m. Must be Finland. Miller, the former Olympic and Canadian national women's hockey coach, leaned over, picked up the phone and switched on the light. The scene has become the norm for Miller over the past 18 months, while she has been recruiting a dazzling array of
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HOCKEY: WORLD JUNIORS; Hall Leads Americans To Victory
NYTimes - about 17 years
UNITED STATES 1, SLOVAKIA 0 The United States team, featuring 10 National Hockey League draftees, beat Slovakia by 1-0 yesterday for its first victory in the world junior ice hockey championships in Stockholm. Adam Hall of Michigan State scored in the 14th minute on an assist by Andy Hilbert. The victory in Skelleftea, Sweden, kept the Americans
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Erika Holst
    TWENTIES
  • 2006
    Age 26
    Holst came out as a lesbian in 2006, along with fellow hockey player Ylva Lindberg.
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    She won a silver medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics and a bronze medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics.
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  • 2002
    Age 22
    She play with the Segeltorps IF in the Riksserien (Sweden league elite). She has represented Sweden in nine Women's World Ice Hockey Championships. In ice hockey at the 2002 Winter Olympics, Holst led the Swedish team with five points in five games.
    More Details Hide Details This marked the second Olympics in which she was the team leader in scoring. Four years later, in the win over the United States in the semifinal game in Turin, Holst had one assist.
  • 2001
    Age 21
    Holst played for the Minnesota–Duluth Bulldogs women's ice hockey program. She was part of the Bulldogs team that won the inaugural NCCA women's championship in 2001, 2002 and 2003.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1979
    Born
    Born in 1979.
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