Top 20 Hockey celebrities in Denmark

Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Hockey celebrities [Updated March 26, 2023].

1. Jannik Hansen

Jannik Hansen net worth 2020
Jannik Hansen was born on March 15, 1986 in Denmark.
During the 2007 Stanley Cup playoffs, he became the first Danish born-and-raised player ever to score a point in the NHL postseason.

Salary 2020: 555,560 USD (2017)

2. Frans Nielsen

Frans Nielsen net worth 2020
Frans Nielsen was born on April 24, 1984 in Herning, Denmark.
He tallied 47 points in 2011-2012, his first 82-game season in the NHL.

Salary 2020: 3.5 million USD (2016)

3. Lars Eller

Lars Eller net worth 2020
Lars Eller was born on May 8, 1989 in Rodovre, Denmark.
In a January 2012 game against the Winnipeg Jets, he became the first Montreal Canadien to score four goals in a game since Jan Bulis did so in 2006.  

4. Frederik Andersen

Frederik Andersen net worth 2020
Frederik Andersen was born on October 2, 1989 in Denmark.
In March 2010 playing in the Metal Ligaen, he scored an empty net goal, a rare feat for a goalie.

5. Mikkel Bodker

Mikkel Bodker net worth 2020
Mikkel Bodker was born on December 16, 1989 in Denmark.
He was featured on the cover of the Danish and Norwegian versions of the video game "NHL 10".

6. Mikkel Boedker

Mikkel Boedker net worth 2020
Mikkel Boedker was born on December 16, 1989 in Broendby, Denmark.
He was featured on the cover of the video game NHL 10 in Denmark and Norway. During the 2012 NHL Playoffs, he scored two consecutive game-winning, overtime goals in the first round for the Phoenix Coyotes against the defending champion Chicago Blackhawks.

7. Nicklas Jensen

Nicklas Jensen net worth 2020
Nicklas Jensen was born on March 6, 1993 in Denmark.
He was named to Ontario Hockey League All-Rookie Team during the 2010-2011 season.

8. Nikolaj Ehlers

Nikolaj Ehlers net worth 2020
Nikolaj Ehlers was born on February 14, 1996 in Denmark.
He helped his Denmark national ice hockey teams win gold at both the 2013 World U18 Division I Championship and the 2014 World Junior Division I Championship.