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Sweden

  • Year of foundation: 1912
  • Colours: yellow, blue
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Swedish Ice Hockey Association
    Box 5204
    Bolidenvägen 22
    12116 Johanneshov
    Sweden
  • Phone: +46 8 449 04 00
  • Fax: +46 8 910 035
  • Email: info@swehockey.se
  • WWW: http://www.swehockey.se/
 

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Season 2016-2017

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Recent gamesseason 2016-2017
Jan. 02 17 | 15:30Sweden - Slovakia8-3
Jan. 04 17 | 19:30Sweden - Canada2-5
Jan. 05 17 | 15:30Sweden - Russia1-2 OT
Current rosterseason 2016-2017
Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GFilip Gustavsson07.06.1998187 cm84 kgleft
GFelix Sandström12.01.1997188 cm87 kgleft
GAdam Werner02.05.1997192 cm76 kgleft
DDavid Bernhardt01.12.1997- cm- kgleft
DLucas Carlsson05.07.1997182 cm78 kgleft
DGabriel Carlsson02.01.1997192 cm85 kgleft
DKristoffer Gunnarsson26.02.1997174 cm73 kgleft
DOliver Kylington19.05.1997185 cm83 kgleft
DJacob Larsson29.04.1997189 cm86 kgleft
FFilip Ahl12.06.1997189 cm89 kgleft
FLias Andersson13.10.1998181 cm90 kgleft
FRasmus Asplund03.12.1997180 cm80 kgleft
FJonathan Dahlén20.12.1997181 cm80 kgleft
RWRasmus Dahlin13.04.2000186 cm75 kgleft
FJoel Eriksson Ek29.01.1997188 cm84 kgleft
FCarl Grundström01.12.1997184 cm88 kgleft
CFredrik Karlström12.01.1998- cm- kgleft
FJens Lööke11.04.1997184 cm84 kgright
CAlexander Nylander02.03.1998184 cm80 kgright
FSebastian Ohlsson04.03.1997174 cm78 kgleft
FElias Pettersson12.11.1998188 cm73 kgleft
FTim Söderlund23.01.1998171 cm71 kgleft
FAndreas Wingerli11.09.1997171 cm76 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Nils-Erik Landén07.07.1966Goalie coach
Adam Almqvist Andersson29.03.1991Video Coach
Jonas Emmoth16.03.1971Other
Anders Johansson03.06.1961Assistant Coach
Henrik Stridh09.04.1969Assistant Coach
Tomas Montén02.11.1977Head Coach

* no longer in the club

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Sweden beats Hungary

Sweden beat Hungary 4-0 in Budapest tonight. Goals by Richard Gynge, John Norman, Emil Pettersson and Pär Lindholm.

(03 Apr 2017)
 

Women’s World Championship coming up

On Friday starts the Women's World Championship in Plymouth, Michigan, United States. Yesterday the U.S. Women's National Team and USA Hockey announced that they've reached an agreement so USA will be represented by their best players at the home championship, trying to defend the gold medals.

In exhibition games yesterday Sweden beat Germany 3-2 and Switzerland beat Russia 4-0.

(29 Mar 2017)
 

USA on top of U18 tournament in Sweden

With the World U18 Championship two months away five of the leading countries got together in a 5-nation tournament in Sundsvall, Sweden. USA finished on top after beating Sweden 5-4 in a shootout game on the last day. if Sweden had won the shootout they would have finished on top. Man of the day for USA was Josh Norris whou tied the game 3 seconds(!) before the end and then got the shootout winner.

Czech Republic finished third, Russia 4th and Finland 5th. Find all results and game stats here.

(13 Feb 2017)
 

Sweden will play in Belarus

Belarus and Sweden will play two friendly games in preparation for World Championship 2017. Both games will be held in Grodno, at the Ice Sports Palace, on on Friday and Saturday, 21 and 22 April 2017

(17 Jan 2017)
 

Rakell will miss World Cup

Sweden's Rickard Rakell is sick and will miss the World Cup. He will be replaced by Patrik Berglund.

(12 Sep 2016)
 

World Cup rosters update

There are some updates in the rosters for upcoming World Cup:

Canada announces two changes: San Jose Sharks forward Logan Couture replaces the captain of the Dallas Stars Jamie Benn, out due the recover after a muscle surgery.
Also defender Duncan Keith will miss the tournament due the rehabilitation on a knee injury: he will replaced by Jay Bouwmeester

In Sweden roster Anaheim Ducks' defenseman Hampus Lindholm will replace injured Detroit Red Wings' defenseman Niklas Kronwall In the net, Jhonas Enroth will replace injured Robin Lehner of the Buffalo Sabres,

(26 Aug 2016)
 

Rakell replaces Steen

Sweden's Alexander Steen is injured and will miss the World Cup of Hockey. He will be replaced by Rickard Rakell.

(19 Aug 2016)
 

Seven more players added to Swedish World Cup roster

The Tre Kronor head coach Rikard Grönborg named today the last seven players on the Swedish World Cup roster:
G: Robin Lehner, Buffalo Sabres
D: Mattias Ekholm, Nashville Predators
F: Carl Hagelin, Pittsburgh Penguins - Patric Hörnqvist, Pittsburgh Penguins - Marcus Krüger, Chicago Blackhawks - Jakob Silfverberg, Anaheim Ducks - Carl Söderberg, Colorado Avalanche

(27 May 2016)
 

Swedish NHL players join the WC team

Forward Andre Burakovsky and defenseman Mattias Ekholm joins the Swedish World Championship squad. Nicklas Bäckström, Johnny  Oduya and Filip Forsberg says no to participating.

Defender John Klingberg might join the team later is the doctors let him.

(13 May 2016)
 

No more William Nylander at WJC

Swedish team doctor PA Bergsten announced today that Swedish star William Nylander who was injured on the first day of the World U20 Championship won't be able to play more in the tournament.

Sweden also lost defenseman Adam Ollas Mattsson to an injury during the quarter final gae against Slovakia. He will be out for 4-6 weeks.

(03 Jan 2016)
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Sweden wins 2017 World Championship

Sweden got a 2-1 shoot-out win over Canada in Sunday's World Championship final in Lanxess Arena, Cologne. Read more»

Groups announced for WC 2018

IIHF has announced the groups for the next World Championship. The 2018 tournament will be played in Denmark with Group A in Copenhagen and Group B in Herning. Read more»

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