Defenseman Ronnie Sundin played one game for the New York Rangers in 1997-98. He was a decent positional blueliner in his own end and could make crisp passes ahead to his forwards.
Born in Ludvika, Sweden, Sundin began his career with secind division club Mora before moving up to the Eliteserien with Vastra Frolunda. The Rangers took him 237th overall in 1996 after a solid year with Vastra and a brief appearance with Sweden at the World Championships. The next year he scored 17 points for Vastra and was a regular on the Swedish team when it claimed the silver medal at the World Championships.
In 1997-98, Sundin decided to give the NHL a try and dressed for one game in New York. He played most of the season with the AHL's Hartford Wolf Pack where he helped the club reach the Calder Cup semifinals. In 1998 Sundin returned to Sweden and resumed his career with Vastra Frolunda.
On the international stage, Sundin is a five-time member of Sweden's World Championship team (1996, 1997, 2002, 2004 and 2005).