Henrik Zetterberg, born on October 9, 1980, in Njurunda, Sweden, is a retired Swedish ice hockey forward renowned for his remarkable career with the Detroit Red Wings in the NHL. Zetterberg was known for his two-way play, exceptional vision, and leadership on and off the ice. He won the Stanley Cup with the Red Wings in 2008 and was named captain in 2013, succeeding Nicklas Lidström. In 2014, he was awarded the King Clancy Memorial Trophy for his leadership and humanitarian contributions. Unfortunately, persistent back issues forced him into early retirement in 2018, but his legacy as a Red Wings icon endures.