|Ole Eskild Dahlstrøm|
|Born||4 March 1970,|
|6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
200 lb (91 kg; 14 st 4 lb)
|NHL Draft||218th overall, 1990|
Minnesota North Stars
Dahlstrøm broke onto the Norwegian hockey scene 1987/88 playing for Furuset. The following season, still as a junior aged player, he ended up on the IIHF Division 1 All Star team when he helped Norway to promotion for the 1990 IIHF World Championship in Switzerland.
He went to Örebro in the Swedish Division One for the 1988/89 season but came back to his native Furuset after only one season in Sweden. He then played three more seasons for Furuset before signing with Storhamar prior to the 1992/93 season. He scored five goals in his first game for Storhamar against Trondheim. In 527 games with Storhamar he scored 249 goals and 351 assists. Storhamar won five Norwegian Cups in that span. His Storhamar tenure was briefly interrupted when Dahlstrøm went to Adler Mannheim of Germany before the 1997/98 season. He also won the DEL championship that year.
|1988–89||Örebro IK||Division 1||19||2||9||11||8||—||—||—||—||—|
Dahlstrøm is now head of player development operations within the Storhamar organisation as well as serving as an expert commentator for the Norwegian TV channel TV2.
- Storhamar Dragons alumni profile (in Norwegian)
- Player profile at Eurohockey.net
- Norwegian born players drafted by NHL teams
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