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Alexander Nylander

Alexander Maximiliam Michael Junior Nylander Altelius (born 2 March 1998 in Calgary, Alberta) is a Canadian-born Swedish ice hockey winger who currently plays with the Mississauga Steelheads in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) as a prospect of the Buffalo Sabres of the National Hockey League (NHL). He was selected 8th overall by the Sabres in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.===Major junior===Nylander was selected 12th overall by the Mississauga Steelheads of the Ontario Hockey League at the 2015 Canadian... read more

Michael Nylander

Michael Nylander (born October 3, 1972) is a retired Swedish professional ice hockey centre. He currently works as an assistant coach with the Mississauga Steelheads of the OHL.== Playing career ==Nylander was drafted by the Hartford Whalers in the third round (59th overall) in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft. In the NHL, he has played for the Hartford Whalers (1992–1994), Calgary Flames (1994–98), Tampa Bay Lightning (1999), Chicago Blackhawks (1999–2002), Washington Capitals (2002–2003), and Boston... read more

William Nylander (ice hockey)

William Andrew Michael Junior Nylander Altelius (born 1 May 1996) is a Canadian-born Swedish professional ice hockey player currently for the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League (NHL). Nylander was selected by the Maple Leafs in the first round (eighth overall) of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.==Playing career==On 14 February 2013, Nylander made his Allsvenskan debut. Playing alongside his father Michael Nylander with Södertälje SK, he earned an assist in his first professional game on... read more

William Nylander (botanist)

William (Wilhem) Nylander (3 January 1822 in Oulu – 29 March 1899 in Paris) was a Finnish botanist and entomologist.Nylander taught at the University of Helsinki for a number of years before later moving to Paris, where he lived until his death in 1899. Nylander pioneered the technique of determining the taxonomy of lichens by the use of chemical reagents, such as tinctures of iodine and hypochlorite, still used by lichenologists to this day.Nylander was also the first to realise the effect of... read more

Nylander

Nylander is a Scandinavian surname. It may refer to: read more

Erik Nylander

Johan Erik Nylander (born 3 April 1981 in Norberg, Sweden) is a Swedish jazz musician (drums), improviser and composer, working in Norway since 2002. He plays in several bands, among them Ola Kvernberg Trio, "Kobert", Kirsti Huke Quartet, Tore Brunborg Trio, "Liarbird", Bjørn Alterhaug Quintet, "Peloton", Juxtaposed, Magic Pocket, "Monoswezi", and his own Erik Nylanders Orkester.== Career ==After completing high school at Domarhagsskolan, Nylander studied on the Jazz program at Trondheim Musikkonservatorium... read more

Peter Nylander

Peter Nylander (born 20 January 1976 in Stockholm, Sweden) is a Swedish professional ice hockey forward. He is the younger brother of Michael Nylander.Nylander has played in his native Elitserien, the Finnish SM-liiga, the Russian league RSL and the KHL. He represented Amur Khabarovsk in Russia from the 2007–08 season until December 2009 and is now back in Sweden playing with Timrå IK for the remainder of 2009–10. (Swedish) In January 2012, he signed for Coventry Blaze of the UK Elite League.==External... read more

Amanda Nylander

Amanda Nylander (born 20 April 1990) is a Swedish figure skater. She placed 15th at the 2005 World Junior Championships and 17th at the 2006 World Championships. Her coach was Marie Olsson. She is the twin sister of Isabelle Nylander, who also competed in figure skating. read more

Isabelle Nylander

Isabelle Nylander (born 20 April 1990 in Stockholm) is a Swedish former competitive figure skater. Coached by Marie Olsson, she competed twice at the World Junior Championships, in 2005 and 2006. She is the twin sister of Amanda Nylander, who also competed in figure skating. read more

Christer Nylander

Christer Nylander (born 1968) is a Swedish Liberal People's Party politician, member of the Riksdag since 2002. read more

Terry Nylander

Terry A. Nylander (born 1 January 1946 in North Battleford, Saskatchewan) was a Progressive Conservative party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was a farmer by career.He represented Saskatchewan's The Battlefords—Meadow Lake electoral district which he won in the 1979 federal election. After serving his only term, the 31st Canadian Parliament, he was defeated in the 1980 federal election by Douglas Anguish of the New Democratic Party.==External links==Category:Members of the House of... read more

Sven Nylander

Sven Olof Nylander (born 1 January 1962 in Varberg) is a retired hurdler from Sweden, who is best known for winning two silver medals at the European Championships during his career (1990 and 1994). He represented his native country in three Summer Olympics (1984, 1992 and 1996), and set his personal best (47.98s) in the men's 400 metres hurdles on 1 August 1996 in Atlanta, Georgia.Nylander finished fourth in four global championships (World Athletics Championships 1983 and 1987 - Olympic Games 1984... read more

Justin A. Nylander

Self-portrait of Justin A. Nylander in 2013.Justin A. Nylander is an American born author and photographer. Justin has also enjoyed a career in the music entertainment industry both behind-the-scenes and as a recording artist.His first book, titled ''Casas to Castles: Florida’s Historic Mediterranean Revival Architecture'' (ISBN 0764334352), was published by Schiffer Books in 2010. ''Casas to Castles'' is a hard cover coffee table book featuring over forty historic homes in the Mediterranean revival... read more

Lecanora gangaleoides

''Lecanora gangaleoides'' is a species of lichen in the family Lecanoraceae. It was described as new to science by William Nylander in 1872. read more

Lecanora stenotropa

''Lecanora stenotropa'' is a species of lichen in the family Lecanoraceae. It was described as new to science in 1872 by Finnish botanist William Nylander. read more

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