With his 2 goals in Sweden’s 9-1 win against Norway, Kim Nilsson is now, together with Emelie Lindström, Sweden’s all-time top scorer at 181 points.
Monday evening’s game between the Scandinavian neighbors ended up as expected, with the Swedes coming out on top by a margin. ”A bit like just another day at work”, Falun’s Enström said after the game.
Kim Nilsson, who didn’t find a point in the premiere against Finland, scored twice in the following game. The 2nd goal, 8-0 with roughly 5 minutes to go of the game, was a historical one as he’s now the all-time top scorer for Sweden together with Emelie Lindström, who retired from elite floorball at the age of 28, back in 2015.
Already at WFC 2016, Nilsson became the men’s all-time top goalscorer as he scored his 81st goal vs the Czech Republic.