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Triple Gold Club

More than 15,000 players have tried to win Worlds gold since 1930.
More than 9,000 players have tried to win the Stanley Cup since 1893.
More than 4,000 players have tried to win Olympic gold since 1920.
Only 25 players have won all three.
The Triple Gold Club.
Hockey’s most distinguished membership.


These 25 players form the unique group that has won the IIHF World Championship, the Olympic Ice Hockey tournament, and the Stanley Cup. Players are entered chronologically by date when the final championship of the triple has been achieved. If two or more players complete their triple on the same date, priority is given to the player who was the first to win one of the three titles. If two or more players have identical accomplishments, priority is given to the player who completes the triple at the younger age.

The current 25 Triple Gold Club Members as of 2011 represent four nations: Sweden (9), Canada (8), Russia (6) and the Czech Republic (2).

Legend: OG=Olympic Games; SC=Stanley Cup; WM=World Men’s Championship

 

1. Tomas Jonsson (b. Falun, Sweden, April 12, 1960)
SC 1982, 1983 (New York Islanders)
WM 1991 (Sweden)
OG 1994 (Sweden)
TGC member as of February 27, 1994, Olympic final win vs. Canada

 

2. Mats Naslund (b. Timra, Sweden, October 31, 1959)
SC 1986 (Montreal Canadiens)
WM 1991 (Sweden)
OG 1994 (Sweden)
TGC member as of February 27, 1994, Olympic final win vs. Canada

3. Hakan Loob (b. Roma, Sweden, July 3, 1960)
WM 1987, 1991 (Sweden)
SC 1989 (Calgary Flames)
OG 1994 (Sweden)
TGC member as of February 27, 1994, Olympic final win vs. Canada

4. Valeri Kamensky (b. Voskresensk, Soviet Union, April 18, 1966)
WM 1986, 1989, 1990 (Soviet Union)
OG 1988 (Soviet Union)
SC 1996 (Colorado Avalanche)
TGC member as of June 10, 1996, Stanley Cup win vs. Florida

5. Alexei Gusarov (b. Leningrad, Soviet Union, July 8, 1964)
WM 1986, 1989, 1990 (Soviet Union)
OG 1988 (Soviet Union)
SC 1996 (Colorado Avalanche)
TGC member as of June 10, 1996, Stanley Cup win vs. Florida

6. Peter Forsberg (b. Ornskoldsvik, Sweden, July 20, 1973)
WM 1992, 1998 (Sweden)
OG 1994, 2006 (Sweden)
SC 1996, 2001 (Colorado Avalanche)
TGC member as of June 10, 1996, Stanley Cup win vs. Florida

7. Vyacheslav Fetisov (b. Moscow, Soviet Union, April 20, 1958)
WM 1978, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1989, 1990 (Soviet Union)
OG 1984, 1988 (Soviet Union)
SC 1997, 1998 (Detroit Red Wings)
TGC member as of June 7, 1997, Stanley Cup win vs. Philadelphia

8. Igor Larionov (b. Voskresensk, Soviet Union, December 3, 1960)
WM 1982, 1983, 1986, 1989 (Soviet Union)
OG 1984, 1988 (Soviet Union)
SC 1997, 1998, 2002 (Detroit Red Wings)
TGC member as of June 7, 1997, Stanley Cup win vs. Philadelphia

9. Alexander Mogilny (b. Khabarovsk, Soviet Union, February 18, 1969)
OG 1988 (Soviet Union)
WM 1989 (Soviet Union)
SC 2000 (New Jersey Devils)
TGC member as of June 10, 2000, Stanley Cup win vs. Dallas

10. Vladimir Malakhov (b. Ekaterinburg, Soviet Union, August 30, 1968)
WM 1990 (Soviet Union)
OG 1992 (Russia)
SC 2000 (New Jersey Devils)
TGC member as of June 10, 2000, Stanley Cup win vs. Dallas

11. Rob Blake (b. Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, December 10, 1969)
WM 1994, 1997 (Canada)
SC 2001 (Colorado Avalanche)
OG 2002 (Canada)
TGC member as of February 24, 2002, Olympic final win vs. United States

12. Joe Sakic (b. Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, July 7, 1969)
WM 1994 (Canada)
SC 1996, 2001 (Colorado Avalanche)
OG 2002 (Canada)
TGC member as of February 24, 2002, Olympic final win vs. United States

13. Brendan Shanahan (b. Mimico, Ontario, Canada, January 23, 1969)
WM 1994 (Canada)
SC 1997, 1998, 2002 (Detroit Red Wings)
OG 2002 (Canada)
TGC member as of February 24, 2002, Olympic final win vs. United States

14. Scott Niedermayer (b. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, August 31, 1973)
SC 1995, 2000, 2003 (New Jersey Devils), 2007 (Anaheim Ducks)
OG 2002, 2010 (Canada)
WM 2004 (Canada)
TGC member as of May 9, 2004, World Championship final win vs. Sweden

15. Jaromir Jagr (b. Kladno, Czechoslovakia, February 15, 1972)
SC 1991, 1992 (Pittsburgh Penguins)
OG 1998 (Czech Republic)
WM 2005, 2010 (Czech Republic)
TGC member as of May 15, 2005, World Championship final win vs. Canada

16. Jiri Slegr (b. Jihlava, Czechoslovakia, May 30, 1971)
OG 1998 (Czech Republic)
SC 2002 (Detroit Red Wings)
WM 2005 (Czech Republic)
TGC member as of May 15, 2005, World Championship final win vs. Canada

17. Nicklas Lidstrom (b. Vasteras, Sweden, April 28, 1970)
WM 1991 (Sweden)
SC 1997, 1998, 2002, 2008 (Detroit Red Wings)
OG 2006 (Sweden)
TGC member as of February 26, 2006, Olympic final win vs. Finland

18. Fredrik Modin (b. Sundsvall, Sweden, October 8, 1974)
WM 1998 (Sweden)
SC 2004 (Tampa Bay Lightning)
OG 2006 (Sweden)
TGC member as of February 26, 2006, Olympic final win vs. Finland

19. Chris Pronger (b. Dryden, Ontario, Canada, October 10, 1974)
WM 1997 (Canada)
OG 2002, 2010 (Canada)
SC 2007 (Anaheim Ducks)
TGC member as of June 6, 2007, Stanley Cup win vs. Ottawa

20. Niklas Kronwall (b. Stockholm, Sweden, January 12, 1981)
OG 2006 (Sweden)
WM 2006 (Sweden)
SC 2008 (Detroit)
TGC member as of June 4, 2008, Stanley Cup win vs. Pittsburgh

21. Henrik Zetterberg (b. Njurunda, Sweden, October 9, 1980)
OG 2006 (Sweden)
WM 2006 (Sweden)
SC 2008 (Detroit)
TGC member as of June 4, 2008, Stanley Cup win vs. Pittsburgh

22. Mikael Samuelsson (b. Mariefred, Sweden December 23, 1976)
OG 2006 (Sweden)
WM 2006 (Sweden)
SC 2008 (Detroit)
TGC member as of June 4, 2008, Stanley Cup win vs. Pittsburgh

23. Eric Staal (b. Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, October 29, 1984)
SC 2006 (Carolina)
WM 2007 (Canada)
OG 2010 (Canada)
TGC member as of February 28, 2010, Olympic final win vs. USA

24. Jonathan Toews (b. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, April 29, 1988)
WM 2007 (Canada)
OG 2010, 2014 (Canada)
SC 2010, 2013 (Chicago)
TGC member as of June 9, 2010, Stanley Cup win vs. Philadelphia

25. Patrice Bergeron (b. L'Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec, Canada, July 24, 1985)
WM 2004 (Canada)
OG 2010, 2014 (Canada)
SC 2011 (Boston)
TGC member as of June 15, 2011, Stanley Cup win vs. Vancouver

Triple Gold Club Coaches

1. Mike Babcock (b. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, April 29, 1963)
WM 2004 (Canada)
SC 2008 (Detroit)
OG 2010, 2014 (Canada)
TGC member as of February 28, 2010, Olympic final win vs. USA

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