Markus Nslund is a retired Swedish ice hockey player with an estimated net worth of $33 million. Markus Naslund joined the regional team based in Angermanland when he was 14 years old. The team won at TVpucken championship in 1988. Markus played for one season with all the rnskldsviks SK where he appeared in 14 games, and scored 7 goals and 13 points. The following season, he became a part of J20 SuperElit’s Modo Hockey. Through the off-season, Markus was chosen as the 16th overall pick from the Pittsburgh Penguins during the 1991 NHL Entry Draft. After encountering conflicts in going to NHL, Markus joined the Penguins in the 1993-94 season. Naslund confessed he experienced fights while with the team. Naslund was traded to the Vancouver Canucks and spent 12 years with the team. In 2000, Markus was named as the team captain for the Canucks. Also, Markus was hailed as a five-time Cyclone Taylor Award and six-time Cyrus H. McLean Trophy receiver. After his stint with the team, he signed a two-year contract with New York Rangers. Markus declared his retirement on May 4, 2009 and returned to play for Elitserien along along with his buddy, Pete Forsberg throughout the rest of 2009-2010 season. Markus Sten Nslund was born on July 30, 1973 inrnskldsvik, Sweden.