Spent the 2007-08 season with HV71 Jonkoping of the Swedish Elite League, where he tallied 33 points (16g/17a) and 137 penalty minutes in 52 games…Finished third on the team in penalty minutes, fifth in goals and sixth in points… Appeared in all 17 playoff games for Jonkoping, which capture the league title…Played for Team Sweden at the 2008 IIHF World Championship in Halifax/Quebec City, recording five points (0g/5a) in seven games.
2006-07: Appeared in 55 games with Farjestads BK (SEL), notching 24 points (9g/15a) with a team-high 148 penalty minutes…Posted one assist in two games at the European Champions Cup. 2005-06: Recorded 23 points (8g/15a) in 46 games with Farjestads BK…Logged a team-high 123 penalty minutes…Skated in 18 playoff games, registering 10 points (3g/7a) with 55 penalty minutes to help Farjestads capture the Swedish Championship. 2004-05: Notched 36 points (16g/20a) with 94 penalty minutes in 46 games with Lulea HF (SEL)…Shared the team lead in both goals and points while ranking second in assists. 2003-04: Appeared in 50 games during his fourth season with Lulea HF and totaled 15 points (6g/9a) with 112 penalty minutes…Added two points (1g/1a) in five playoff games. 2002-03: Recorded 15 points (8g/7a) in 50 contests with Lulea HF. 2001-02: Tallied five assists in 50 games during his first full season with Lulea HF. 2000-01: Appeared in 27 games with the Baton Rouge Kingfish (ECHL) and totaled 12 points (4g/8a)…Also scored one goal in 18 games for Lulea HF upon returning to Sweden.
Played for Team Sweden at the 2008 IIHF World Championship in Halifax/Quebec City, recording five points (0g/5a) in seven games.
In addition to his ice hockey career, Ledin is also an accomplished InLine player…He won a gold medal with Team Sweden at the 2007 IIHF Men’s InLine Hockey World Championship in Landshut and Passau, Germany…Recorded nine points (3g/6a) in six games while serving as an alternate captain…Was also an alternate captain for Sweden at the 2001 IIHF Men’s InLine Hockey World Championship in Ellenton, Florida, where he led his team in goals (8), assists (14) and points (22) in just six games…Represented Sweden at the 2000 IIHF Men’s InLine Hockey World Championship in the Czech Republic, totaling 17 points (8g/9a) in six games.
Per and his wife, Petra, have three children, Filippa (6), Fabian (4) and Felix (2)…Name is pronounced Pair lay-DEEN