Ulf Ivar Erik "Uffe" Sterner (born 11 February 1941) is a Swedish retired ice hockey forward. He played in nine IIHF World Championships for Sweden, where the team won seven medals: one gold, five silver, and one bronze. He was also a member of the silver medal team at the 1964 Winter Olympics. Sterner played for Forshaga IF from 1956–61, Västra Frölunda IF from 1961–64, and for the New York Rangers in 1964–65, before returning to Sweden to play for Rögle BK and Färjestads BK. He finished his career in England with the London Lions in 1973–74. On 27 January 1965, he became the first European-trained player to play in the National Hockey League (NHL).

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  • Ulf Ivar Erik Sterner (* 11. Februar 1941 in Deje) ist ein ehemaliger schwedischer Eishockeyspieler (Linksaußen), der 1965 für die New York Rangers als erster in Europa ausgebildeter Spieler in der National Hockey League spielte. (de)
  • Ulf SternerFichier:Ulf Sterner signed.jpg Temple de la renommée du hockey suédois : 2012 Ulf Erik Ivar « Uffe » Sterner, né le 11 février 1941 à Deje, est un hockeyeur suédois qui a joué attaquant entre 1956 et 1990. (fr)
  • Ulf Ivar Erik "Uffe" Sterner (born 11 February 1941) is a Swedish retired ice hockey forward. He played in nine IIHF World Championships for Sweden, where the team won seven medals: one gold, five silver, and one bronze. He was also a member of the silver medal team at the 1964 Winter Olympics. Sterner played for Forshaga IF from 1956–61, Västra Frölunda IF from 1961–64, and for the New York Rangers in 1964–65, before returning to Sweden to play for Rögle BK and Färjestads BK. He finished his career in England with the London Lions in 1973–74. On 27 January 1965, he became the first European-trained player to play in the National Hockey League (NHL). (en)
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  • Ulf Ivar Erik Sterner (* 11. Februar 1941 in Deje) ist ein ehemaliger schwedischer Eishockeyspieler (Linksaußen), der 1965 für die New York Rangers als erster in Europa ausgebildeter Spieler in der National Hockey League spielte. (de)
  • Ulf SternerFichier:Ulf Sterner signed.jpg Temple de la renommée du hockey suédois : 2012 Ulf Erik Ivar « Uffe » Sterner, né le 11 février 1941 à Deje, est un hockeyeur suédois qui a joué attaquant entre 1956 et 1990. (fr)
  • Ulf Ivar Erik "Uffe" Sterner (born 11 February 1941) is a Swedish retired ice hockey forward. He played in nine IIHF World Championships for Sweden, where the team won seven medals: one gold, five silver, and one bronze. He was also a member of the silver medal team at the 1964 Winter Olympics. Sterner played for Forshaga IF from 1956–61, Västra Frölunda IF from 1961–64, and for the New York Rangers in 1964–65, before returning to Sweden to play for Rögle BK and Färjestads BK. He finished his career in England with the London Lions in 1973–74. On 27 January 1965, he became the first European-trained player to play in the National Hockey League (NHL). (en)
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