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'''Ulf Gösta Nilsson''' (born May 11, 1950, in [[Nynäshamn]], [[Sweden]]) is a former professional [[ice hockey]] player who played for the [[Winnipeg Jets]], the [[New York Rangers]], the [[Springfield Indians]] and the [[Tulsa Oilers]]. Part of the first major wave of Europeans to star in North American hockey, he was a major star in the [[World Hockey Association|WHA]] from 1974 to 1978. He scored at least 114 points in each of his four seasons in the upstart league, finishing third or fourth among overall scorers every time. He led the WHA with 85 assists in 1976–77, and tied [[Marc Tardif]] for the lead the next season with 89. Along with countryman [[Anders Hedberg]], he played a starring role as the Jets won [[Avco Cup]] titles in 1976 and 1978. In the 1976 playoffs, he scored 26 points in just 13 games.
 
'''Ulf Gösta Nilsson''' (born May 11, 1950, in [[Nynäshamn]], [[Sweden]]) is a former professional [[ice hockey]] player who played for the [[Winnipeg Jets]], the [[New York Rangers]], the [[Springfield Indians]] and the [[Tulsa Oilers]]. Part of the first major wave of Europeans to star in North American hockey, he was a major star in the [[World Hockey Association|WHA]] from 1974 to 1978. He scored at least 114 points in each of his four seasons in the upstart league, finishing third or fourth among overall scorers every time. He led the WHA with 85 assists in 1976–77, and tied [[Marc Tardif]] for the lead the next season with 89. Along with countryman [[Anders Hedberg]], he played a starring role as the Jets won [[Avco Cup]] titles in 1976 and 1978. In the 1976 playoffs, he scored 26 points in just 13 games.
   
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