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Börje Salming

Swedish ice hockey player (1951–2022)

Börje Salming is ...

Dead

Born 17 April 1951 in Kiruna Municipality
Died 24 November 2022 in Nacka
Age 71 years, 7 months
Cause amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Sex or gender male
Country of citizenship Sweden
Manner of death natural causes
Sibling Stig Salming
Child Bianca Salming
Occupation ice hockey player and businessperson
Height 1.85m (6'1")
Weight 95kg (209.4lbs)
Country for sport Sweden
Awards Hockey Hall of Fame
Sport ice hockey
Participant in 1972 World Ice Hockey Championships Group A, 1973 World Ice Hockey Championships Group A, 1976 Canada Cup, 1981 Canada Cup, 1989 World Ice Hockey Championships Group A, 1991 Canada Cup and ice hockey at the 1992 Winter Olympics – men's tournament
Member of sports team Kiruna AIF, Brynäs IF, Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings, AIK IF, Sweden men's national junior ice hockey team and Sweden men's national ice hockey team
Shooting handedness left-handed shot
Medical condition amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

About Börje Salming

Börje Salming born on 17 April 1951 in Kiruna Municipality. He is a citizen of Sweden. He represents Sweden for sport. He died on 24 November 2022 in Nacka from an amyotrophic lateral sclerosis at age 71 years, 7 months.

He was a Swedish ice hockey player (1951–2022).

He has one child Bianca Salming. He has one sibling Stig Salming.

Börje Salming has worked as an ice hockey player and businessperson. He has has won Hockey Hall of Fame. He played for Kiruna AIF, Brynäs IF, Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings, AIK IF, Sweden men's national junior ice hockey team and Sweden men's national ice hockey team. He has participated in 1972 World Ice Hockey Championships Group A, 1973 World Ice Hockey Championships Group A, 1976 Canada Cup, 1981 Canada Cup, 1989 World Ice Hockey Championships Group A, 1991 Canada Cup and ice hockey at the 1992 Winter Olympics – men's tournament. He has (had) the following medical conditions: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

His height is 1.85m (6 ft, 0 in).

He is also known as Anders Börje Salming.