Andreas Lilja Multimedia Files

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Andreas Lilja skates through the neutral zone during pre-game warmups.
Ty Conklin leads Kris Draper, Kirk Maltby, Tomas Holmstrom, Andreas Lilja, Dan Cleary and Mikael Samuelsson out of the visitor's dugout at Wrigley Field prior to the Winter Classic.
Andreas Lilja stands along the boards during pre-game warmups before the Winter Classic.
Tomas Holmstrom and Andreas Lilja head to the ice for pre-game warmups before the Winter Classic.
Chris Osgood dives to make a paddle stop in the closing seconds of a 4-3 game with Andreas Lilja defending and Toronto's Alexei Ponikarovsky and Nik Antropov on the doorstep.
Andreas Lilja rides along during the 2008 Stanley Cup parade.
Andreas Lilja lifts his arms in celebration at the 2008 Stanley Cup parade.
Andreas Lilja points to a group of fans at the 2008 Stanley Cup parade.
Andreas Lilja, Brian Rafalski, and Darren McCarty stand along the boards in the corner while Pavel Datsyuk skates through the faceoff circle.
Andreas Lilja stretches along the boards during pre-game warmups.
Andreas Lilja stands at the blue line during practice.
Andreas Lilja and Niklas Kronwall stand along the boards during practice.
Dominik Hasek makes a save while Andreas Lilja holds up Alexander Radulov on his way to the net.
Andreas Lilja, Niklas Kronwall, Jonathan Ericsson and Brad Stuart sit on the defensive end of the Detroit bench before the start of the game.
Andreas Lilja, Henrik Zetterberg, Valtteri Filppula and Dan Cleary warm up along the boards.
Dan Cleary, Dallas Drake, Kris Draper, Niklas Kronwall and Andreas Lilja line up on the blue line before the singing of "The Star-Spangled Banner."
Andreas Lilja squares off with Chicago's Patrick Sharp.1:23
Andreas Lilja, Jason Williams, Jiri Hudler, Henrik Zetterberg and Brett Lebda celebrate a goal by Williams against the Los Angeles Kings.
The San Jose Sharks slip the puck through the pads of Joey MacDonald before it bounces off the post.  Chris Chelios and Andreas Lilja guard the edge of the crease.
Detroit's "Swedish Five" stand at the blue line for the national anthems before a playoff game.

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