Ottawa Senators legend Daniel Alfredsson will be among the inductees to the International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame, world hockey's governing body announced on Friday.
A five-time Swedish Olympian and a gold medalist at Torino 2006, Alfredsson will join Dallas Stars and Finland great Jere Lehtinen, long-time French official Philippe Lacarriere, Danish player Jesper Damgaard and Latvian president Kirovs Lipmans.
Alfredsson played 17 seasons for the Senators, taking them to the 2007 Stanley Cup Final, before playing his final NHL season in 2013-14 with the Detroit Red Wings. A six-time All-Star, Alfredsson finished his career with 444 goals and 713 assists in 1,246 games.
On top of his five trips to the Olympics, Alfredsson represented Sweden at seven world championships, winning two silver and two bronze medals, and two World Cups, claiming a bronze in 1996.
The inductions will take place in Copenhagen during the final week of May's world championships.